It’s time for a “Snippet”…What’s a “Snippet”?

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Each week our students are engaged in an “action packed” Drama Lesson! We do a range of activities in a variety of group sizes. Some are as a whole class, others are individual or in small groups. Here, Millie and Morgan are rehearsing a “Snippet”. Snippets are a form of dialogue development in which students work in pairs to develop a short piece of sequenced drama relating to a specific idea.

Snippets are great fun and allow the students to explore their own creative ideas!

They don’t have to be limited to a Drama class, try one in the car or down the park.

Here are your opening lines;

a) Why are you looking so happy?

b) Go on, guess!

Let me know how you go!

See you in class soon.

 


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