This scheme of work uses the emotive subject of bullying as a backdrop for drama development. Students use their own experiences to develop a number of pieces that examine the problem from different angles including those of teachers, witnesses, victims and bullies themselves. Several lessons draw on the students creative abilities to develop lyrics and artwork as well as their drama skills.
Each lesson plan has clearly stated objectives and learning outcomes. They are structured to include introductory warm up, development and plenary sessions. A home work task is also included.
This scheme of work contains 6 drama lesson plans.
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Additional resources are included in the Appendices
The document is supplied as a ZIP file containing a PDF file, readable on most computers, and 5 MP3 Music files.
Magical drama unit inspired by the legendary Arthurian wizard (Year 7)
Mysterious new neighbours, clashing cultures, alienation and bullying (Year 7)
Introducing new students to a range of drama techniques (Year 7)
Active unit featuring the lost boys, Captain Hook and a ticking crocodile. (Year 7)
Learn mime using the magic of Charlie Chaplin and The Kid (Year 7)
Drama based on the issues and experiences faced by refugees (Year 7)
Spend a night at the haunted house of Miss Screech (Year 7)
Physical drama based on the tales of Pirates and lost treasure (Year 7)
Introducing facial expressions, gestures and body language (Year 7)
The Tortoise and the Hare and the origins of the Olympics (Year 7)
Character development using the traditional Chinese legend (Year 7)
Creating drama using social and economic issues and tensions (Year 7)
Drama scheme set on that fateful night to remember in 1912 (Year 7)
Using bullying issues as a backdrop for drama education (Year 7)
Drama inspired by the tale of a metropolis under siege! (Year 7)
From cave paintings, flags and flashlights to the telephone (Year 7)
Stock characters with Ali Baba and the Forty Thieves (Year 7)