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Joyriding - A Scheme of Work
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Joyriding - A Scheme of Work

( Kkama / Waites )
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"Just wanted to say - I have been using the Joyriding scheme that I bought from your site for my final 7 weeks with my most 'difficult' yr 9 class. Wow - it is amazing - I've had a group of boys - who usually refuse to engage in the lesson - working really hard and performing to the class week on week!!! It is amazing!! They have been really hooked by the subject matter and have really enjoyed the tasks. I would highly recommend it"

- Drama Teacher, Devon


About the Resource

This scheme of work explores the issue of joyriding using a story about two teenagers who become involved in a joyriding incident. It uses a variety of drama strategies to explore the issue. The assessment lesson involves pupils creating a whole class court case based on the incident explored throughout the scheme; this gives the students the chance to explore characters and their dilemmas in full detail. The learning that takes place is rich and engaging as the pupils' performance skills are honed and the potential for cross-curricular learning with the ensuing court case is huge. Links can be found to History, Citizenship, English and Law. The scheme includes assessment focuses and can be linked to most Drama assessment levels, including the ones produced by the authors of this scheme - see foot of page. Most resources and a homework project are included.

For a sample of the scheme, click here.


About the Authors

Adele Waites and Elena Kkama have work together in a school in Birmingham., Adele joined the department as a PGCE student in 2007 and as an NQT in 2008. Elena Kkama is the Assistant Head of Teaching and Learning at the school and has been teaching since 2003. Adele Waites is the Head of the Drama 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 works, workshops and articles. Most recently they have developed their own drama assessment level descriptors and assessment process (see below).

Tags: Joyriding, issues, KS3 scheme, boys, performance skills, court room, court case, dilemma, role, role play



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