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Free drama presentation on group work!

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Help your students succeed in their group work with this free presentation.

A skill selection activity and drag and drop interactive will help you hold a whole class discussion on which characteristics are important for effective group work.

The presentation also asks students how they like to work, and guides your class through a tactful discussion on how they can form an effective group and how they can work together to address any problems within it.

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FREE CONTENT ARCHIVE

Below is an archive of our most popular free drama resources. To download this content all you need to do is click on the links below and you will be prompted to register some additional details with us.

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Free KS3 interactive on 'Blood Brothers'!

Get your KS3 drama students thinking about costume and character in Blood Brothers with our free interactive!

How would your class dress Mickey and Eddie as teenagers at the end of the 1970s? Is it important that their costumes reflect their different social backgrounds? Encourage your students to consider these questions and share their ideas with this creative interactive!

An excellent whole-class activity, students are asked to place the clothes they think suitable for each character in their wardrobe.

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Evaluating Drama work: free presentation!

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Try our free presentation on the benefits of evaluating your work in Drama!

This presentation teaches your students how to contribute effectively to class discussions, and what constitutes constructive feedback.

Interactive activities include rating reasons in terms of their importance; and analysing the most effective ways to evaluate performance.

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It’s all Greek (costume) to me: Free activity on ancient Greek costumes

Encourage your students to think creatively about costume design using our free activity on ancient Greek costumes!

The activity asks students to plan their costumes by dragging items of clothing and accessories onto a male and a female figure.

Fun and engaging, this activity would be a perfect addition to a lesson on costume design or Greek theatre.

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Free activity on stage lighting!

Help your students discover the effect of lighting design with our free interactive activity!

The activity asks students to experiment with gels and gobos to create interesting lighting effects over five actors on the stage; try asking your students to discuss what the different colours could symbolise, or what the various shapes could suggest.

Engaging and vibrant, this activity is a great way to encourage your students to think creatively about how lighting can be used to communicate with an audience.

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