At the moment I am experimenting
with the programme "Director 7" in order to produce a multimedia
role-playing game which we intend to run for Year 12 in July. The
project is entitled Santa
Grovano Island Simulation.
- Schemes of work that can be incorporated into
a Lower School Drama Syllabus, as well as a collection of lesson
sequences that can be used by English teachers to support textwork
and provide speaking and listening
- Schemes of work that can be used for students
working with improvisation as their coursework component in a
G.C.S.E. exam, as well as lesson ideas for working with texts and
ideas for English G.C.S.E. speaking and listening
- I am currently teaching the U.L.E.A.B. Drama
Advanced level syllabus but these ideas and schemes of work could
also be useful to Theatre Studies students. There is also a list
of textbooks that are useful for reference in preparing an
Advanced Level course.
- A list of playtexts that I have used both in
the classroom and for performance as well as a collection of
scripts devised by my A' Level students which might be useful for
groups seeking inspiration. They can also be used for analysing
how a performance might be structured . There are also details of
masks and costumes.
- I currently work in a Technology College in
Sheffield and have the opportunity to experiment with the use of a
wide variety of equipment and media both in the classroom and in
performance. Save a lot of time and money by reading these
comments and add any experiences/hints of your own.
- O.K, a little self indulgent but these photos
are accompanied by comments and notes which should stimulate
discussion about style and form. By all means, feel free to send
me your own with accompanying notes, so that we can build an
impressive resource of otherwise unseen work.
- A description of how I came to be involved in
ICT. Worth reading if you'd like to know more about the ethos
behind the site.
- An opportunity to read a few thoughts and
comments about some of the challenges facing us as practitioners
and you can e-mail in your own comments to share good practice or