10DRA

Year 10 Drama

Course Description

Teacher in Charge: Ms D. Moran

This year 10 course is a continuation of building the elements, techniques and conventions of Drama. The skills learnt are taught through the historical focus of Greek mask and Melodrama theatre form. Further creativity is developed through devising and building on improvisations skills. The Drama technologies are introduced to develop students skills in lighting, sound and theatre design. These aspects are linked to the NCEA senior Drama curriculum which is a literacy based subject.

TOPIC

STUDENT OUTCOMES

LEVEL 4-6 - KEY COMPETENCIES

Open script development

Techniques of Drama

Students learn devising and improvisation skills

Focus on managing self, relating to others and thinking.

Greek Mask/Melodrama

Theatre Form

Students study historical aspects of drama through the devices of mask and theatre form

Using language, symbols and text

Participating and contributing

Whole class performance

Melodrama

Students perform a short 25 minute Drama based on one of the chosen theatre forms

Participating and contributing

Thinking

Relating to others

 

Optional Activities

Show quest, Shakespeare Festival/ Vast Dance

Students have the opportunity to work on regional theatre/ performance competitions

Relating to others

Participating and contributing



Pathway

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