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Securing and extending pupils' skills

Find here some approaches to teaching the first aspect of the secondary English substrand 4.1: 'Developing, adapting and responding to dramatic techniques, conventions and styles'. They include the application of drama techniques, activities to develop ...

Developing pupils' skills

Find here some approaches to teaching the second aspect of secondary English substrand 4.2: 'Developing, adapting and responding to dramatic techniques, conventions and styles'. They include a range of lively drama activities to engage pupils in ...

Preparing for reading

These activities can help you prepare students for reading Shakespeare's texts. The activities include the use of research, pictures, games and drama to help students explore Shakespeare at Key Stage 4. This is part of Models of effective consultancy in ...

Developing pupils' skills

Find here some approaches to teaching the first aspect of secondary English substrand 4.2: 'Developing, adapting and responding to dramatic techniques, conventions and styles'. They include a range of lively drama activities to engage pupils in dramatic ...

Drama activity ideas

Subject leaders, consultants and English teachers can use these drama activity ideas to develop pupils' understanding of Shakespeare at Key Stage 3. They can find out how to encourage pupils to create still images, think about locations in the play and ...

Substrand 4.2: Developing, adapting and responding to dramatic techniques, conventions and styles

Read about the skills developed in the secondary Framework substrand 4.2: 'Developing, adapting and responding to dramatic techniques, conventions and styles', a substrand of 'Drama, role-play and performance'. Find the skills you might want to ...

During reading

Subject leaders and teachers can use these activities to guide students' reading of Shakespeare's texts. Introduce activities involving games, drama, acting and speaking, and watch different productions to help students explore Shakespeare at Key Stage ...

Building pupils' skills

Find here some approaches to teaching aspect 1 of secondary English substrand 4.2: 'Developing, adapting and responding to dramatic techniques, conventions and styles'. They include classroom activities that make use of dramatic techniques that explore ...

Glossary of drama-specific terms

This glossary contains explanations of drama-specific terms used in Teaching for progression: Speaking and listening within secondary English.

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Alternative Methods of Recording

A secondary school shows its creative solutions to making sure students with dyslexia have understood lessons, including demonstrating their learning through drama, animation and audio recordings.

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