GCSE Creating and Sustaining a role        SPEAKING AND LISTENING
Learning ObjectivesWe are learning to...- Create and sustain a role in a piece of improvised  drama- Think creatively to c...
The next two lessons... Plan and           Learn and                  practice howdevise our        to use bodiescharacter...
ScenarioA school student is in a meeting to decide if they are to     be excluded from school or not. Present at the      ...
Task Prepare and perform the scene which plays out at the  exclusion meeting You are assessed individually (not as a gro...
Create andSustain a Role
Key Question: what’s the story? What may have happened to get the student into this much trouble?   LO: learning to think...
 Line up against the back wall alphabetical street name order So – Appleton Road is A Young Street is Y
Success CriteriaSkilled discussionwill result in -       1. A clear idea for what has                          happened to...
Question: what may have happened  to get the student in trouble?1             3min             Think                      ...
Numbered-Heads Together1         3min         Think                     3         /notes          time2                    4
Numbered-Heads Together1                    32                    4
Numbered-Heads Together1                    32                    4
Numbered-Heads Together1                    32                    4
Numbered-Heads Together1                    32                    4
Numbered-Heads Together1                    32                    4
Numbered-Heads Together1                    32                    4
Remember By the end of the structure, you ALL have to be  comfortable with being able to explain your group’s  answer On...
Success CriteriaSkilled           1. A clear idea for what hasdiscussion willresult in -                     happened to c...
My CharacterName:Age:Main CharacteristicsWhat do they want to happen to the student?Hidden Secret?
Success CriteriaSkilled work will     1. Clear and relevant ideasshow-                      2. Some detail and development...
My CharacterName: Bobby BananaAge: 103Main CharacteristicsWooden leg and no ears.What do they want to happen to the studen...
My CharacterName: Mr HoggartAge: 25Main CharacteristicsTrendy young teacher – tries to be really friendly with the student...
Now... Practise and improvise your role play – make it up as  you go along Be ready to show a rough draft by the end of ...
Learning intentionWe are learning to...- Understand how to manipulate the ways we use our  voices and bodies to create and...
How will we learn this? Bit of planning and thinking Give ourselves a frame Have a go Assess how we are getting on Im...
Rally Robin How can we act to create a role and stay in role?
Task 1 Create 3 tableaux to show your meeting at the beginning, the middle and the end You have 1 minute per tableaux!
Success CriteriaSkilled role-    1.   Say and do appropriate things for yourplay will-            character               ...
Success CriteriaSkilled role-    1.   Say and do appropriate things for yourplay will-            character               ...
Success CriteriaSkilled role-    1.   Say and do appropriate things for yourplay will-            character               ...
Success CriteriaSkilled role-    1.   Say and do appropriate things for yourplay will-            character               ...
Success CriteriaSkilled role-    1.   Say and do appropriate things for yourplay will-            character               ...
Success CriteriaSkilled role-    1.   Say and do appropriate things for yourplay will-            character               ...
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  1. 1. GCSE Creating and Sustaining a role SPEAKING AND LISTENING
  2. 2. Learning ObjectivesWe are learning to...- Create and sustain a role in a piece of improvised drama- Think creatively to come up with a workable idea for a role-playS4L: Creative Thinking and Team Work
  3. 3. The next two lessons... Plan and Learn and practice howdevise our to use bodiescharacters and voice Perform!
  4. 4. ScenarioA school student is in a meeting to decide if they are to be excluded from school or not. Present at the meeting are: The The Parent Student Headteacher Teacher
  5. 5. Task Prepare and perform the scene which plays out at the exclusion meeting You are assessed individually (not as a group), on how well you can create and sustain a role
  6. 6. Create andSustain a Role
  7. 7. Key Question: what’s the story? What may have happened to get the student into this much trouble? LO: learning to think creatively to come up with engaging ideas
  8. 8.  Line up against the back wall alphabetical street name order So – Appleton Road is A Young Street is Y
  9. 9. Success CriteriaSkilled discussionwill result in - 1. A clear idea for what has happened to cause the meetingExcellent discussionwill result in - 1. An increasingly original and engaging idea – think outside the box 2. An increasingly developed and convincing story, perhaps with an unexpected twist
  10. 10. Question: what may have happened to get the student in trouble?1 3min Think 3 /notes time2 4
  11. 11. Numbered-Heads Together1 3min Think 3 /notes time2 4
  12. 12. Numbered-Heads Together1 32 4
  13. 13. Numbered-Heads Together1 32 4
  14. 14. Numbered-Heads Together1 32 4
  15. 15. Numbered-Heads Together1 32 4
  16. 16. Numbered-Heads Together1 32 4
  17. 17. Numbered-Heads Together1 32 4
  18. 18. Remember By the end of the structure, you ALL have to be comfortable with being able to explain your group’s answer Only sit down when you can all do this ANYONE might be called upon!
  19. 19. Success CriteriaSkilled 1. A clear idea for what hasdiscussion willresult in - happened to cause the meetingExcellent 1. An increasingly original anddiscussion will engaging idea – think outsideresult in - the box 2. An increasingly developed and convincing story, perhaps with an unexpected twist
  20. 20. My CharacterName:Age:Main CharacteristicsWhat do they want to happen to the student?Hidden Secret?
  21. 21. Success CriteriaSkilled work will 1. Clear and relevant ideasshow- 2. Some detail and development in the character – beyond surface detailsExcellent work willshow- 1. Increasingly original and creative thinking 2. Increasing detail and development in the character 3. A sense of narrative originality or twist
  22. 22. My CharacterName: Bobby BananaAge: 103Main CharacteristicsWooden leg and no ears.What do they want to happen to the student?Get expelled.Hidden Secret?Used to be a pirate
  23. 23. My CharacterName: Mr HoggartAge: 25Main CharacteristicsTrendy young teacher – tries to be really friendly with the studentsWhat do they want to happen to the student?Want him to stay at the school – knows that the student is innocent because witnessedthe incident and saw that the student was provoked.Hidden Secret?- He knows that the headteacher is trying to get rid of the student, because the studenthas seen the head cheating the school’s exam results.
  24. 24. Now... Practise and improvise your role play – make it up as you go along Be ready to show a rough draft by the end of this lesson
  25. 25. Learning intentionWe are learning to...- Understand how to manipulate the ways we use our voices and bodies to create and sustain characters
  26. 26. How will we learn this? Bit of planning and thinking Give ourselves a frame Have a go Assess how we are getting on Improve our work
  27. 27. Rally Robin How can we act to create a role and stay in role?
  28. 28. Task 1 Create 3 tableaux to show your meeting at the beginning, the middle and the end You have 1 minute per tableaux!
  29. 29. Success CriteriaSkilled role- 1. Say and do appropriate things for yourplay will- character 2. Stay in role throughout 3. Explore a story which is clear and relevant to the taskExcellent role- 1. Show increasing subtlety in the way thatplay will- voice and body are used 2. Stay in role even when not speaking 3. Show imagination, creativity and flair, using techniques such as flashback / narrator’s voice / mime 4. Explore a complex narrative, including twists and a clear resolution
  30. 30. Success CriteriaSkilled role- 1. Say and do appropriate things for yourplay will- character 2. Stay in role throughout 3. Explore a story which is clear and relevant to the taskExcellent role- 1. Show increasing subtlety in the way thatplay will- voice and body are used 2. Stay in role even when not speaking 3. Show imagination, creativity and flair, using techniques such as flashback / narrator’s voice / mime 4. Explore a complex narrative, including twists and a clear resolution
  31. 31. Success CriteriaSkilled role- 1. Say and do appropriate things for yourplay will- character 2. Stay in role throughout 3. Explore a story which is clear and relevant to the taskExcellent role- 1. Show increasing subtlety in the way thatplay will- voice and body are used 2. Stay in role even when not speaking 3. Show imagination, creativity and flair, using techniques such as flashback / narrator’s voice / mime 4. Explore a complex narrative, including twists and a clear resolution
  32. 32. Success CriteriaSkilled role- 1. Say and do appropriate things for yourplay will- character 2. Stay in role throughout 3. Explore a story which is clear and relevant to the taskExcellent role- 1. Show increasing subtlety in the way thatplay will- voice and body are used 2. Stay in role even when not speaking 3. Show imagination, creativity and flair, using techniques such as flashback / narrator’s voice / mime 4. Explore a complex narrative, including twists and a clear resolution
  33. 33. Success CriteriaSkilled role- 1. Say and do appropriate things for yourplay will- character 2. Stay in role throughout 3. Explore a story which is clear and relevant to the taskExcellent role- 1. Show increasing subtlety in the way thatplay will- voice and body are used 2. Stay in role even when not speaking 3. Show imagination, creativity and flair, using techniques such as flashback / narrator’s voice / mime 4. Explore a complex narrative, including twists and a clear resolution
  34. 34. Success CriteriaSkilled role- 1. Say and do appropriate things for yourplay will- character 2. Stay in role throughout 3. Explore a story which is clear and relevant to the taskExcellent role- 1. Show increasing subtlety in the way thatplay will- voice and body are used 2. Stay in role even when not speaking 3. Show imagination, creativity and flair, using techniques such as flashback / narrator’s voice / mime 4. Explore a complex narrative, including twists and a clear resolution

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