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BTEC Acting Scheme (Unit B4)
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BTEC Acting Scheme (Unit B4)

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This resource is a full scheme of work for the BTEC First Certificate/ Diploma in Performing Arts Acting Skills and Techniques Unit B4. The scheme of work is easy to follow and fun to teach. Included with this resource are the assignment briefs, teacher feedback form and all resources needed to teach and assess the unit. The unit is split into three assignments: Acting workshops, devised monologue and scripted monologue. These can be taught in any order as the scheme of work is very flexible, we would suggest that the workshops begin the unit as these involve basic acting skills, ready for performance.  It is often difficult to design schemes of work for the BTEC, as the grading criteria are very open to interpretation. With this resource you save yourself the hassle of planning and designing engaging assignments that link with the criteria. The scheme of work is easily adaptable to all levels and is very practical and engaging.


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Author Details - Adele Waites and Elena Kkama


Adele Waites and Elena Kkama have worked together in a school in Birmingham 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: BTEC, Acting, Acting Unit, B4, workshops, professional acting, monologue, scripted, BTEC First, key stage 4, assignment brief, Certificate, Diploma




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