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Year 10

Course Description

Learners will explore and develop physical theatre forms and techniques, applying them in a performance to an aud

Creating
Be able to develop effective and appropriate body language for different characters.
be able to manipulate their physicality to express different emotions, concepts and ideas.
Performing
Be able to use physical theatre skills to develop a role/character in rehearsal
Be able to perform role/character using physical theatre skills
Responding
Identify and employ the concept of status and tension within other people performances and their performances.

understands the variety of influences that have impacted upon drama and theatre performance styles, structures an
techniques

recognises the function of drama and theatre in reflecting social and cultural aspects of human experience

Year 11
Course Description
This unit explores a genre of theatre that has gained importance and popularity in recent theatre history. Verbatim t
involves the creation of theatre that is drawn from word-for-word interviews with real people.
Creating
use the creative process and a variety of sources and forms, both individually and collaboratively, to design and deve
drama works;
use the elements and conventions of drama effectively in creating individual and ensemble drama works, including w
based on a variety of global sources;
Performing
use a variety of presentation techniques and technological tools to enhance the impact of drama works and commu
specific audiences and purposes.
demonstrates effective performance skills.
Responding
use the critical analysis process to reflect on and evaluate their own and others drama works;
identify knowledge and skills they have acquired through drama activities, and ways in which they can apply this lea
personal, social, and career contexts

demonstrate an understanding of safe, ethical, and responsible personal and interpersonal practices in drama activi

Year 12
Course Description
This unit explores a genre of theatre that has gained importance and popularity in recent theatre history. Verbatim t
involves the creation of theatre that is drawn from word-for-word interviews with real people.

Creating
use the creative process and a variety of sources and forms, both individually and collaboratively, to design and deve
drama works;

use the elements and conventions of drama effectively in creating individual and ensemble drama works, including w
based on a variety of global sources;
Performing
use a variety of presentation techniques and technological tools to enhance the impact of drama works and commu
specific audiences and purposes.
demonstrates effective performance skills.
Responding
use the critical analysis process to reflect on and evaluate their own and others drama works;
identify knowledge and skills they have acquired through drama activities, and ways in which they can apply this lea
personal, social, and career contexts

demonstrate an understanding of safe, ethical, and responsible personal and interpersonal practices in drama activi
e forms and techniques, applying them in a performance to an audience.

y language for different characters.


different emotions, concepts and ideas.

role/character in rehearsal
theatre skills

nsion within other people performances and their performances.

mpacted upon drama and theatre performance styles, structures and

reflecting social and cultural aspects of human experience

ned importance and popularity in recent theatre history. Verbatim theatre


m word-for-word interviews with real people.

and forms, both individually and collaboratively, to design and develop


ctively in creating individual and ensemble drama works, including works

hnological tools to enhance the impact of drama works and communicate for

evaluate their own and others drama works;


through drama activities, and ways in which they can apply this learning in

nd responsible personal and interpersonal practices in drama activities.


ned importance and popularity in recent theatre history. Verbatim theatre
m word-for-word interviews with real people.

and forms, both individually and collaboratively, to design and develop

ctively in creating individual and ensemble drama works, including works

hnological tools to enhance the impact of drama works and communicate for

evaluate their own and others drama works;


through drama activities, and ways in which they can apply this learning in

nd responsible personal and interpersonal practices in drama activities.


Year 10
Creating
Learns to research, create and work with a scenario
Explores the role of the director
Performing

explores and uses aspects of dramatic forms, performance styles, theatrical conventions and technologies to create
meaning.
experiments with performance spaces and production elements appropriate to purpose and audience
Responding

responds to, reflects on and evaluates elements of drama, dramatic forms, performance styles, dramatic techniques
theatrical conventions
recognises the function of drama and theatre in reflecting social and cultural aspects of human experience

experience and appreciate dramatic and theatrical performances

Year 11
Creating

Explores how different communications are needed for different audiences


Using different dramatic techniques to tell one story

Performing
Demonstrates acting skills in an own short film
Uses video as media to deliver story, messages or ideas

Responding
Critically evaluates individual and group work

responds to, reflects on and evaluates elements of drama, dramatic forms, performance styles, dramatic techniques
theatrical conventions

recognises the function of drama and theatre in reflecting social and cultural aspects of human experience

Year 12
Creating
Be able to develop effective and appropriate body language for different characters.
be able to manipulate their physicality to express different emotions, concepts and ideas.
Performing
Be able to use physical theatre skills to develop a role/character in rehearsal
Be able to perform role/character using physical theatre skills
Responding
Identify and employ the concept of status and tension within other people performances and their performances.
understands the variety of influences that have impacted upon drama and theatre performance styles, structures an
techniques

recognises the function of drama and theatre in reflecting social and cultural aspects of human experience
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formance styles, theatrical conventions and technologies to create dramatic

uction elements appropriate to purpose and audience

of drama, dramatic forms, performance styles, dramatic techniques and

reflecting social and cultural aspects of human experience

al performances

ed for different audiences


ory

r ideas

of drama, dramatic forms, performance styles, dramatic techniques and

reflecting social and cultural aspects of human experience

y language for different characters.


different emotions, concepts and ideas.

role/character in rehearsal
theatre skills
nsion within other people performances and their performances.
mpacted upon drama and theatre performance styles, structures and

reflecting social and cultural aspects of human experience