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Welcome to GCSE Drama. Learning Objective: To get to know the group. To define drama. Name game!. In this game we are going to find out some information about other people in the class and test our memory skills. Expectations. What are your expectations of drama at GCSE?.

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welcome to gcse drama

Welcome to GCSE Drama

Learning Objective:

To get to know the group.

To define drama.

name game
Name game!
  • In this game we are going to find out some information about other people in the class and test our memory skills.
expectations
Expectations
  • What are your expectations of drama at GCSE?
so what is drama
So... What is drama?
  • Look at the definitions of drama written by different people involved in the world of drama.
  • Do you agree with any of them?
  • What would you write as your own definition of drama?
the forms of drama
The Forms of Drama
  • How many different types of drama can you think of?
warm up
Warm Up
  • When walking around the drama space make sure that every space in the room is filled.
  • Four commands:
    • Go
    • Stop
    • Jump
    • Clap
working as a group
Working as a group
  • Walk around the space filling every gap.
  • You must all then stop at the same time and freeze.
  • Then you must all start moving again at the same time.
  • There are no group leaders and no signals in this activity, you must feel the group dynamics.
don t think just do
Don’t think, Just do!
  • During this activity try not to think too much and just react to what is said.
  • A letter of the alphabet will be called out and you must make an object beginning with that letter with your body. (No animals!)
  • Repeat the activity in a group with words instead of letters.
a b exercise
A/B exercise
  • In pairs label yourselves A and B.
  • After each exercise swap pairs to work with somebody you have not worked with and re label yourselves A and B.
scenario 1
Scenario 1
  • A is a timid and kindly pirate persuading B to walk the plank.
scenario 2
Scenario 2
  • A describes without using hands how a typewriter works. B asks questions.
scenario 3
Scenario 3
  • A is a taxi driver trying to get a drunken B out of their taxi.
scenario 4
Scenario 4
  • A reads B’s palm and tells the future.
scenario 5
Scenario 5
  • A describes how to make a hamburger to B in an American accent.
scenario 6
Scenario 6
  • A is tries to teach B how to waltz.
scenario 7
Scenario 7
  • A is a doctor trying to persuade B not to be afraid of umbrellas.
scenario 8
Scenario 8
  • A gives the longest and most fantastic explanation to B why s/he was late coming home from work.
scenario 9
Scenario 9
  • A mimes a story. B then must tell the story that A showed him/her using words.
scenario 10
Scenario 10
  • A tries to persuade B to be the first person to try his/her time machine.
next lesson
Next lesson
  • We will look at:
    • What the GCSE Drama course is all about.
    • What makes a good actor.