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Aims of the lesson. To explore the Controlled Assessment task To analyse the performance techniques used to create the character of Mickey in the play To practise writing a PEEL paragraph.

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Aims of the lesson

Aims of the lesson

To explore the Controlled Assessment task

To analyse the performance techniques used to create the character of Mickey in the play

To practise writing a PEEL paragraph


Explore the ways in which an important character is developed in the drama. Use evidence to support your points.


What do we mean by performance techniques
What do we mean by performance techniques? developed in the drama. Use evidence to support your points.


Mickey
Mickey! developed in the drama. Use evidence to support your points.

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Explore the ways in which an important character is developed in the drama. Use evidence to support your points.

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Explore the ways in which an important character is developed in the drama. Use evidence to support your points.

Did my partner:

  • Name a relevant device?

  • Use relevant quotations?

  • Comment on how the quote develops the character?

  • Talk about the affect on the audience?

  • Answer the question?

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Self assessment
Self Assessment developed in the drama. Use evidence to support your points.


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