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A brilliant script for a musical production of Oliver Twist. This script is perfect for either a Christmas performance or end of year show and would work with children in years 5 and 6 or KS3. It comes complete with stage directions, cast list and ideas for set.
12 lessons teaching each scene of Twelfth Night, with a 13th lesson on context.
Explore and create by bringing together visual vocabulary and literacy skills in the classroom with this visually stunning and relevant book of poetry focussed on the ups and downs of growing up. This collection of poetry addresses common childhood topics from that first kiss to the loss of a loved pet, all handled in a sensitive way and served up with gentle humour.The back story behind each poem is discussed and the words brought to life with dynamic full colour cartoon style illustrations.
This chart can chronologically track a pupil's behaviour from the start of the lesson to the end. It uses positive language to encourage the pupil to actively notice their behaviour and track where they are succeeding and where they need to reflect on their choices.
This original Nativity has been written to be performed by mid to upper stage primary, but it could be adapted to suit younger ages. All of the songs included well known carols and Christmas songs, so the music is easily available as it is all in the public domain. The work is fully copyrighted.
These were made intended for use drama warm-ups or class activities, but may be found useful in other subjects. The documents is a PDF listing a range of activities/games for drama lessons and how to play them.
Flashcards for Drama Improvisation Activities. These were made intended for drama warm-ups or class activities but may be found useful in other subjects. There are two main types of cards - scenario and one-line starters, as well as add-on cards which make the character the student is playing more interesting and more difficult. This pack contains a teachers guide (detailing two activities you can use the cards for) as well as four packs of cards, which are on a PDF document for easy print-out.
These resources form the basis of an assembly on earthquakes. My class performed the assembly at the end of a topic/project unit on earthquakes. It gave the children an opportunity to show the learning and teaching that had taken place throughout the topic.
A ppt that focuses on the key characters in the play.
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