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BTEC Acting Scheme (Unit B4)The Zarg Competition

Knife Crime - A Scheme of Work
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Knife Crime - A Scheme of Work

( Kkama / Waites )
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This scheme of work, for Key Stage 3/4, explores the issue of knife crime through many varied drama techniques.  The scheme is relevant to its intended teenage audience and and is rich in content. The pupils will learn different drama techniques like flash back, flash forward, devil and angel, choral speaking and tableau; whilst also exploring why people carry knives, join gangs etc. The final assessment is differentiated and requires the pupils to complete independent research work that can link to BTEC and GCSE. This scheme of work is incredibly relevant to issues that will be affecting our pupils; it is engaging, stimulating and rich in content. Click here for sample.


Author Details - Adele Waites / Elena Kkama


Adele Waites and Elena Kkama have worked together in a school in Birmingham for since 2007, Adele joined the department as a PGCE student in 2007 and as an NQT in 2008. Elena Kkama is the Head of Faculty of Creative Arts and P.E at the school and has been teaching since 2003. The school did not have a Drama Department before the arrival of Ms Kkama who now heads up a department which has been described by OFSTED as the ‘main strength of the school.’

Adele Waites trained at Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts in 2003 and worked as a professional actress for four years before realising her calling as a drama teacher! Both teachers are very passionate about their subject and have collaborated on many fun and exciting schemes of work, workshops and articles. Most recently they have developed their own drama assessment level descriptors and assessment process.

Tags: Knives, gangs, knife crime, drama techniques, issues, violence, teenage, rap, street,

 


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