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is able to make his or her own contribution within the group;

accepts fellow learners;


selects a project, plans it in group and takes the necessary action;

MUSIC (3.5, 3.6)

sings and/or plays and instrument in a group with appropriate rhythm, pitch and dynamics in any genre of music;

combines a number of melorhythm instruments (drums, marimba) to create textural blend

DRAMA (3.3, 3.4)

shows a developing level of confidence and ability to focus in drama exercises based on concentration, sensory perception and spatial awareness;

adopts and maintains a role, and is able to answer questions in role using appropriate language and gesture;


demonstrates partner skills such as copying, leading, following and mirroring movement;

works with various partners experimenting with “question and answer” and “meeting and parting” movement phrases.


Phase overview

Theatre is an experience, not only for those who take part in it, but for those who observe it. It requires our personal presence, and it changes from moment to moment as we encounter a series of shifting impressions and stimuli.

The transitory nature of theatre – a quality it shares with all performing arts – sets it apart in a significant way from literature and visual arts. Theatre is spontaneous. It occurs. It happens. A performance is the result of many forces coming together, including the physical presence of the performers, the colours and the shapes of the costumes and scenery, and the ideas and emotions expressed in the words of the playwright.

Through the mass media drama has become one of the most powerful means of communication between human beings, far more powerful than merely the printed word. That is why knowledge of the nature of drama, an understanding of its fundamental principles and techniques and an ability to think and talk about it critically has become very necessary in our world.

We are surrounded by dramatic communication in all the industrialised countries of the world today; we ought to be able to understand and analyse its impact on ourselves and our children.

What is Drama?

  • In Greek the word drama means action . Drama is mimetic action, action in imitation or representation of human behaviour.


Participating and collaborating

With this module the aim is to have the learner participate and collaborate in devising Arts and Culture Activities that develop various literacies.

Assessment Standards :

  • The learner must be able to show a developing level of confidence and ability to focus in drama exercises based on concentration, sensory perception and spatial awareness.
  • The learner must be able to adopt and maintain a role, and should be able to answer questions in role, using appropriate language and gestures.
  • The time structure for this module is ± two weeks.
  • All the drama modules will be structured as follows:
  • Activities (exercises exploring the learning outcomes)
  • Helpful hints for the educator
  • Assessment grids

Voice colour and vocal tone and pitch.

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