*INCLUDED IN THIS SPECIAL OFFER IS A TEACHING VIDEO FEATURING 10 GREAT CLASS ROOM DRAMA GAMES
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The full package is a great offer £32 for £20
ROMANS PACK (Age range 8+ with a simpler lesson included)
This pack comes with 4 different Roman Lessons as follows:
1. A Roman Town - Chariots and Rider Game, the lesson is housed within a film-set idea (with the teacher as a famous Director) about Roman times. During the film the shooting locations will be the Forum ( an incident takes place - thief steals from the market place), the Art Gallery (sculpting and painting frescoes), The Baths (mantle of the expert technique), The Roman Theatre - they must create a play scene that goes wrong in the film. The idea that the Roman town is created for a film gives it an interesting and creative dimension so that the students create scenes within scenes with the Director getting involved and having to edit parts etc
2. Roman Gods - Night At The Museum game with classroom adaptation if in a very small space, sculptor and model mimes for Roman temple, looking at situations for worshipping Gods (passing an exam for example) and selecting the appropriate God, Mount Olympus scenario - Jupiter needs replacing for a while and one of the others will take over but who will he choose? - fun presentations by other Gods for the job, Ceremonial tableaux, Fun Improvisation on the myth of Jupiter Juno and Little Io
3. Romulus and Remus - A Myth is a brilliant accompaniment to a factual topic. In this lessons the students will have a short introductory script to read and improvise from. Then they will work through the storyline creating it's scenes in groups using techniques like mime and narration. The story could be made into a short simple play to show to another class or as an Assembly piece.
4. Romans For Age 6-8 - For younger/less able children a simpler lesson structure Chariots and Riders game, making shapes of Roman Town buildings, occupational mime of Roman jobs and mantle of the expert technique. Selling things at the busy market place and using soundscape ideas to call out the wares on sale. Argument in the marketplace - creating a tense drama within the scene which is always great fun.
All of the lessons will draw on the things that the students are learning about Romans in the class so the teacher can look at the lesson content and just make sure that the students have some knowledge in preparation.
Working interactively like this will greatly increase the student's learning and understanding of the topic and activities can be followed up with writing (you can embed it within the practicals) and artwork.
These lessons are downloadable after purchase.