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Year 10 Drama

Week 1 Week 2 Week 3

Updated: 22/03/13
ASSESSMENTS BRIEF SUMMARY: Drama Terminology and Drama Theory Covered

TOPIC Team Building, Drama games as a means to 'Get to know eachother"

History of Theatre Sports Improvisational Theatre /Thank God You're Here Improvisation Techniques/Elements of Drama/Practical tasks Improvisation Techniques Pick Teams/Create poster/Rehersal/Practice of theatresport games
Assessment Week Introduction to Stanislavski- History of Method Acting/Realistic Theatre/Techniques and Conventions

10 Commandments Building Charatcers, collaberative storytelling, circle of possibilities Tension, Focus, Place, space, time, character Start Slowly and clearly, Name Everythng, Say "yes, and", Yield, DO rather than talk, Make statements, let yourself be changed, Poster, Team Name,Chant,Costume Theatre Sports 10%

TERM 1 - TheatreSports

Week 4 Week 5 Week 6 Week 7 Week 8 Week 9 Week 10 Week 11

Inner Truth, Concentration, Relaxation, Concentration and Observation, Action onstage, Importane of specifics

The life and Work of Stanisvski,Workshoppping and Exercises Workshoppping and Exercises/Rehearsal
Assessment Week

Stanislavski/Log Book- 15%

Week 1

Assessment Week

Stanislavski/Log Book- 15%

TERM 2: Duologues and Small Film Screen

Week 2 Week 3 Week 4 Week 5 Week 6 Week 7 Week 8 Week 9 Week 10

Introduction to Duologue Structure Exploration of various duologue scripts Small Screen Film- Film techniques and conventions How to Storyboard/Purpose/what it includes Film Making/Developing/Duologue rehearsal Film Making/Developing Film Editing Assessment Week Watch back Duologue Films as a class-personal evaluation/ Peer feedback

Narrative form, props, gestures, eye contact, language and voice Actor audience relation,The ways in which levels, physical proximity and groupings affect dramatic meaning Shots, Composition, Framing, lighting, BIG CU, CMS,CU, HAS,LS,MCU,MLS,MS,PAN,VLS,WS,ZOOM,ETC

Breaking down you script, evaluating each shot, creating a shortlist, constructing storyboard panels, descrip

Effects, Slow Pro/IpAd Applications

Film/Storyboard/Duologue Performance 20%

Week 1 Week 2 Week 3

TERM 3 - Playbuilding

Week 4 Week 5 Week 6 Week 7 Week 8 Week 9 Week 10

(5% - Melody, 5% Accomp, 5% as a duet)

Week 1 Week 2 Week 3 Week 4



Week 5 Week 6 Week 7 Week 8 Week 9 Week 10 Week 11

ASSESSMENT TASK Making/Performance/Appreciation- TheatreSports- 10%/ Stanislavski 10% Making.Performance/Appreciation- Film Making-20%/Half Yearly Exam-5% Making/Performing/Appreciating- Playbuilding Task-25% Performing/Appreciating-'Dags' Performance- 15%. Yearly Exam 5%



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1 2 3 CLASS 10 Drama 1. A student who is absent for an exam must sit for the exam during their next class. 2. Assessment tasks must be submitted by the due date. 3. Late assessment tasks will receive ZERO. TEACHER VARGAS 4. A student must make a genuine attempt at all assessment tasks

5. A student who fails to complete an assessment task will receive an N-awar

6. A student who receives TWO N-award warning letters may receive a N-dete Report Writer VARGAS

Devised by Thwaites / Hsiao / Calder / In