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6th Form Curriculum Guide - Year 12 Drama
Term 1Component 1  
In this component students will develop their creative and exploratory skills to devise an original performance. The starting point for this devising process will be an extract from a performance text and an influential theatre practitioner. In their creative explorations, students will learn how text can be manipulated to communicate meaning to audiences and they will begin the process of interpretation. They will gain an understanding of how a new performance could be developed through the practical exploration of the theatrical style and use of conventions of the chosen practitioner.
Assessment: Assessment overview ● (AO1): Creating and developing ideas to communicate meaning as part of theatre-making process (portfolio) (AO1): Making connections between dramatic theory and practice (portfolio) (AO4): Analysing and evaluating their own work (portfolio) (AO2): Group performance − vocal and physical skills (performers) (AO2): Group performance − use of characterisation and communication to realise artistic intentions (performers)Key Words and Terms
 
Term 2Component 1   
In this component students will develop their creative and exploratory skills to devise an original performance. The starting point for this devising process will be an extract from a performance text and an influential theatre practitioner. In their creative explorations, students will learn how text can be manipulated to communicate meaning to audiences and they will begin the process of interpretation. They will gain an understanding of how a new performance could be developed through the practical exploration of the theatrical style and use of conventions of the chosen practitioner.
Assessment: Assessment overview ● (AO1): Creating and developing ideas to communicate meaning as part of theatre-making process (portfolio) (AO1): Making connections between dramatic theory and practice (portfolio) (AO4): Analysing and evaluating their own work (portfolio) (AO2): Group performance − vocal and physical skills (performers) (AO2): Group performance − use of characterisation and communication to realise artistic intentions (performers)Key Words and Terms
 
Term 3Component 1  
In this component students will develop their creative and exploratory skills to devise an original performance. The starting point for this devising process will be an extract from a performance text and an influential theatre practitioner. In their creative explorations, students will learn how text can be manipulated to communicate meaning to audiences and they will begin the process of interpretation. They will gain an understanding of how a new performance could be developed through the practical exploration of the theatrical style and use of conventions of the chosen practitioner.
Assessment: Assessment overview ● (AO1): Creating and developing ideas to communicate meaning as part of theatre-making process (portfolio) (AO1): Making connections between dramatic theory and practice (portfolio) (AO4): Analysing and evaluating their own work (portfolio) (AO2): Group performance − vocal and physical skills (performers) (AO2): Group performance − use of characterisation and communication to realise artistic intentions (performers)Key Words and Terms
 

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