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YEAR

12 DRAMA
TOPIC:
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Fairvale High School -Drama


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Stage 6- Year 12 Drama

INDIVIDUAL PROJECT
12

DURATION:
TERM:

UNIT TERM 3 INDIVIDUAL PROJECT



36 weeks
1-3 Taught concurrently with other units

A student:
H1.2 Uses performance skills to interpret and perform scripted and other material
H1.3 used knowledge and experience of dramatic and theatrical forms, styles and theories to inform and enhance individual and group devised works.
H1.5 Demonstrates directorial skills
H1.7 demonstrates skills in using the elements of production
H1.9 values innovation and originality in group and individual work
H2.1 demonstrates highly developed performance skills
H2.4 appreciate the dynamics of drama as a performing art
H3.2 analyses, synthesises and organises knowledge, information and opinion in coherent, informed oral and written responses
H3.3 Demonstrates understanding of the actor-audience relationship in various dramatic and theatrical styles and movements
H3.5 appreciates the role of the audience in various dramatic and theatrical styles and movements
CONTENT:
Students learn about:
Students learn to:
The diversity of the art of dramatic and theatrical performance
The role of the director, design team, actor, stage manager etc.
Initiate and present a project in an area of interest developed during study in
Production elements knowledge and understanding about and skills in
the preliminary course
critically studying
Specialise and develop concepts and use innovation
The place and function of drama and theatre in communities and societies
Describe their intentions and the approach they intend to take in realising the
past and present
project
A variety of forms and styles used in drama and theatre
Use skills appropriate to the area in which they are working, whether it is
based on critical reviews of performances, dramaturgy, direction, design,
performance, scriptwriting or drama on video.

Manipulate theatrical elements and conventions to achieve their aims


Plan, evaluate and structure their work into a refined presentation that
meets the criteria of each project
Chart the process of their project in a logbook
Reflect upon, record, interpret and synthesise research, edit preliminary
sketches or drafts, adapt work to specifications or time or length and to
submit work in a prescribed form
Negotiate with the teacher on their preferred option

YEAR 12 DRAMA

Fairvale High School -Drama


Register & Sequence Chart
Stage 6- Year 12 Drama

UNIT TERM 3 INDIVIDUAL PROJECT


TEACHING, LEARNING AND ASSESSMENT ACTIVITIES


PERFORMING


Individual Project Performances are
examined by visiting examiners
The process of development of the IP
will be assessed by teachers as part of
the school assessment
Much of the work is competed outside
class times, so the teacher must assume
both a supervisory and advisory role
It is in the students best interest to work
within the parameters of the IP chosen
Specifications are details in documents
given to students
Assessment task 1- IP Progress and
logbook submission (half yearly
examination period)
Assessment task 2-IP complete/Logbook
complete (Trial examination period)

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MAKING
The IP will take one of the following forms:

Critical Analysis
Design
Performance
Scriptwriting
Video Drama

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APPRECIATING


Rationale- For each IP students are required to
present a 300- word rational clearly explaining the
intention of the project and the approach that has
been taken
For the IP: Critical Analysis (Directors Folio), Design
and Video Drama, The rational will be an exploration
of the directorial concept, which provides a
coherent vision of the play or video drama
In the other project areas, Critical Analysis (Portfolio
of Theatre Criticism) and Critical Analysis (Applied
Research Report), Performance and Scriptwriting,
the rationale will be an explanation of the overall
intention of the work. This includes the approach
taken and the reasons leading to eventual decisions.

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YEAR 12 DRAMA

Fairvale High School -Drama


Register & Sequence Chart
Stage 6- Year 12 Drama

UNIT TERM 3 INDIVIDUAL PROJECT



EVIDENCE OF LEARNING:
Students will complete an IP, including a Rationale and Logbook that reflect their interests and talents in Drama

FEEDBACK:
Oral and written feedback from teachers for IP and logbook
Peer Evaluation of IPs
Annotation in logbook and on Assessment Tasks
Student self-evaluation of their progress- Through reflections, the Rationale and oral presentations

YEAR 12 DRAMA
TOPIC:
YEAR:
OUTCOMES:

Fairvale High School -Drama


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Stage 6- Year 12 Drama

AUSTRALIAN DRAMA AND THEATRE


(CORE COMPONENT)
12

DURATION:
TERM:

UNIT TERM 3 INDIVIDUAL PROJECT



36 weeks
1

A student:
H1.1 Uses acting skills to adopt and sustain a variety of characters and roles
H1.2 Uses performance skills to interpret and perform scripted and other material
H1.3 used knowledge and experience of dramatic and theatrical forms, styles and theories to inform and enhance individual and group devised works.
H1.5 Demonstrates directorial skills
H1.7 demonstrates skills in using the elements of production
H1.9 values innovation and originality in group and individual work
H2.3 Demonstrates directorial skills for theatre and other media
H2.4 appreciate the dynamics of drama as a performing art
H3.1 Critically applies understanding of cultural, historical and political contexts that have influenced specific drama and theatre practitioners, styles and movements
H3.2 analyses, synthesises and organises knowledge, information and opinion in coherent, informed oral and written responses
H3.3 Demonstrates understanding of the actor-audience relationship in various dramatic and theatrical styles and movements
H3.4 appreciates and values drama and theatre as significant cultural expressions of issues and concerns in Australian and other societies.
H3.5 appreciates the role of the audience in various dramatic and theatrical styles and movements
CONTENT:
Students learn about:
Students learn to:
The themes and issues the historical, social and cultural and political
contexts of Realism
Relate to aspects of drama and theatre in Australian societies and cultures,

Dramatic and theatrical structures, forms styles and conventions


past and present
Aspects of drama and theatre in Australian societies and cultures, past and
Incorporate a specific perspective on Australian Drama and Theatre
present
Experience the texts both experientially and theoretically through workshops
Presenting and performing using relevant acting techniques
and presentations
characterisation, performance styles and spaces
Focus on relevant acting techniques, characterisation, performance styles
and spaces, themes, issues and historical and social perspectives
Have clarity in their written expression and style

Gain practical experience of Realism through workshops


Analyse, interpret and synthesise their research through discussion and
debate, and through structuring their opinions in written responses

YEAR 12 DRAMA

UNIT TERM 3 INDIVIDUAL PROJECT


Fairvale High School -Drama


Register & Sequence Chart
Stage 6- Year 12 Drama

TEACHING, LEARNING AND ASSESSMENT ACTIVITIES


PERFORMING

Knowledge and understanding of the


topic and texts shown through
performances that employ the relevant
dramatic and theatrical concepts
coherent with Realism
Workshopped scene work- especially of
scenes of conflict
Assessment Task- Performance and
production elements

Registration

MAKING

Practical workshops
Improvised scenes from extracts of the text s
Hot seating characters

Registration

APPRECIATING

Discussion of key points and themes


Reading and summarising from a collection of
resources
Viewing the texts on stage or on film
Printing questions and comments from both texts
Comprehension questions
Essays/Extended responses written from a dramatic
perspective


EVIDENCE OF LEARNING:
Knowledge and understanding of the topic and texts used to answer the examination questions
Organised, coherent written responses containing supporting evidence written with clarity.
Understanding of dramatic and theatrical concepts demonstrated through performance and discussion

Registration

YEAR 12 DRAMA

Fairvale High School -Drama


Register & Sequence Chart
Stage 6- Year 12 Drama

FEEDBACK:
Oral and written feedback from teachers
Side coaching of scene work
Annotation in logbook and on Assessment Tasks
Self evaluation of performance work and the work of peers

UNIT TERM 3 INDIVIDUAL PROJECT