Cookies Educational Resources - Drama
Feed Cookies straight into the classroom with the free Award-Winning Drama Education Resource Packs.
Key Stage 3<br> The Free [KS3 resource pack](https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1SHp9PsGkJRIlOPNkYZWuVs-qRxfbYl0j?usp=sharing) which is ready to share directly with your students, consists of:
- Teacher’s Powerpoint (shared via Google Slides) with relevant resources and notes, including details on the students’ at-home verbatim project and classroom activities to do at school
- Student Powerpoint (shared via Google Slides) with step-by-step instructions for activities to complete
- An interview guide sheet for students, to inform their interviews for the verbatim project
Please note the full film is not used in the Key Stage 3 resources due to sensitive content. For Key Stage 3 the film has been edited to a 17 minute version following one storyline.
These resources have been created by Education Consultant Susie Ferguson and the Masterclass Team. <br>
Key Stages 4 & 5<br> Broken down into three easily digestible sections, the GCSE & A Level Drama resource pack offers over 30 extensive theatre-based, written and creative activities for three AQA GCSE and two A-Level Drama modules.
Section 1: Live Theatre Performance Covers the AQA GCSE Drama 1C: Understanding Drama and AQA A-Level Drama component 1: Drama and Theatre.
- Unit A - Plot and character development
- Unit B - Acting
- Unit C - Sound
- Unit D - Set and Design
Section 2: Devising Covers the AQA GCSE Drama 2A & B
- Unit A - Reviewing Stimuli
- Unit B - Develop your story
- Unit C - Setting your scene
- Unit D - Documenting your devised work
Section 3 - Monologues, Duologues and Group Work Covers the AQA GCSE Drama 3: Texts in Practice and AQA A-Level Drama component 3: Making Theatre (Practical).
- Unit A - Exploring monologues
- Unit B - Developing duologue
- Unit C - Conducting a chorus
- Unit D - Group performance
These resource packs have been adapted for online/home learning -click here for the Google Slides. The online lesson plans are shared via Google Slides, with step-by-step instructions for activities that students can complete independently at home.
In addition to the above sections, a further two resources have been written and curated by Education Consultant Susie Ferguson.
Interviews & Workshops
We have a number of interviews with the Creative Team available below, which may be of interest when highlighting the different roles available to young people in theatre. <br>