SL 15: develop drama techniques to explore in role a variety of situations and texts or respond to stimuli;
SL 16: work collaboratively to devise and present scripted and unscripted pieces, which maintain the attention of an audience;
SL 17: extend their spoken repertoire by experimenting with language in different roles and dramatic contexts;
SL 18: develop drama techniques and strategies for anticipating, visualising and problem-solving in different learning contexts;
SL 19: reflect on and evaluate their own presentations and those of others.
- use and control the elements of drama, particularly voice and the body in space
- use voice, gesture and movement to convey meaning to an audience, making disciplined use of the conventions of performance
- make creative and symbolic use of the elements of drama – time, space, presence, light, sound and objects
- use a critical and specialist vocabulary for discussing drama- e.g. gesture, symbol, tension, rhythm and pace, contrast etc.
4: keep tense usage consistent, and manage changes of tense so that meaning is clear (also 13,16,17,18)
R6: adopt active reading approaches to engage with and make sense of texts (also 3,8,9,12,18)
W6: portray character, directly and indirectly, through description, dialogue and action (also 5,8,14,15,18)
SL2: recount a story, anecdote or experience, and consider how this differs from written narrative (also 3, 10,11,12,13,14)