Harry Potter and the Cursed Child: Scheme of Work for KS3

Harry Potter and the Cursed Child: Scheme of Work for KS3

The perfect introduction to Drama!

Give KS3 students their first tantalising taste of Drama and theatre via J K Rowling’s Harry Potter universe.

Across eight progressive lessons, your new witches and wizards will join their Hogwarts houses, stage duels with their enemies and transform into iconic characters – developing essential Drama skills along the way!

  • Detailed plans, including starters, class activities, plenaries and homeworks – pick up and teach
  • Ready-made student worksheets and handouts – no preparation needed
  • Supporting PowerPoints with teacher notes – perfect for visual learners and whole-class engagement

Drama skills developed and applied include: working with others, rehearsal techniques, character profiling, costume, voice (pace, pause, pitch and tone), physicality (movement), stage mapping, interpreting stage directions, scene blocking, devising, set design, performing monologues, line learning… and more

‘I felt that this resource provided students with the opportunity to learn various skills within drama with a template that they are familiar with – Harry Potter. […] I liked how each lesson had a clear outcome for what needed to be achieved. I can see this being really easy to follow in the classroom. I also liked how it develops many drama-specific skills that don’t just relate to performing, e.g. script writing. […] It encourages team work and good peer evaluation skills. I liked how the students were separated into houses as this would encourage those who know people to work with new people and it would be good for those year 7s who don’t know anyone!’ – E Halls, HoD and Peer Reviewer

Includes photocopiable master with site licence; electronic copies available. Orders are normally dispatched in 2-5 working days.

Price is £44
Click here for full details and to order.

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