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Linking to Speaking and listening

These strands and substrands of Speaking and listening link to studying Shakespeare. Find out the benefits of using them in planning, to help pupils develop their discussion and presentation skills when responding to Shakespeare. This is part of ...

Summary

The crucial thing that made a difference was taking the pupils off site and using drama activities. This is part of a user-generated case study: Reluctant writers project.

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Highlights: lesson helping pupils develop skill of using persuasive techniques

Short video of lesson to help pupils develop their skill in using persuasive techniques. Pupils are given a class activity with a clear objective, purpose, time limit and outcome to practice persuading others. By letting pupils act out ideas, drama is used to teach speaking and listening in this class. It is a way of developing speaking and listening; and provides a context for effective speaking and listening activities. This video clip is from a DVD (Ref 00023-2007DVD-EN), which supports…

The National Strategies Last update: 2011

AF3 teaching ideas

Topic 1: Deepening understanding of ideas and issues in drama

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Aboriginal performance art

This Creative Generation success story describes a performance arts project where an Aboriginal artist and performer visited a school and stimulated and inspired exceptionally talented pupils to create their own drama performance.

The National Strategies Last update: 2011

Learning and teaching – Working towards level 8 or GCSE grade B/A in AF3 (Speaking + listening)

Topic 1: Deepening understanding of ideas and issues in drama

The National Strategies Last update: 2011

Sample long-term plan

Subject leaders, consultants and teachers can use this sample English department plan with an existing long-term plan to emphasise Shakespeare as a key part of the English curriculum. This is part of 'Models of effective consultancy' in Enjoying ...

Sample approach

Use this sample approach to help you form your own ideas on how to teach Shakespeare in the classroom. Find out how teachers working with pupils in Years 1 to 6 at Leighton Primary School in Crewe approach Shakespeare through role play, drama and art. ...

Summary

There were several crucial things that made a difference. One includes defining the skills required to allow pupils to communicate their own thoughts about Shakespeare's plays in an appropriate way. This a part of a user-generated case study: Targeting ...

School B: Why study Shakespeare? – Medium-term plan

This medium-term plan is based on a five week Shakespeare unit for Year 7 pupils. It is part of the School B exemplification within the Framework for secondary English.

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