A well known Indian legend suitable for age 8-12 and link to the Diwali Festival of Light. When Prince Rama and his wife Sita are banished from their Kingdom their troubles are only just beginning. Sita is kidnapped by a Demon with ten heads and after many years searching for her, Rama has a tough battle to free her before they reurn to their homeland.This lesson follows the Whoosh Technique of storytelling, a highly engaging and fun way to enact a story, to develop it and for teachers to become skilled in it's use.
I can create, develop and sustain a realistic or stylised character through the use of voice, movement and language.
Having developed ideas from a range of stimuli, I can contribute to devising, rehearsing and presenting drama or scripts.
I have experienced the energy and excitement of being part of an audience for other people’s presentations/performances.
In response to a variety of stimuli, I can use my understanding of characterisation to create characters using different approaches, making use of voice, movement and language. I can present my work to an audience.
Having had opportunities to lead negotiation and decision making, I can work on my own and with others to devise, rehearse and refine dramas and scripts.
When I engage with others, I can make a relevant contribution, encourage others to contribute and acknowledge that they have the right to hold a different opinion.
I can respond in ways appropriate to my role and use contributions to reflect on, clarify or adapt thinking.
When I engage with others I can make a relevant contribution, ensure that everyone has an opportunity to contribute and encourage them to take account of others’ points of view or alternative solutions.
I can respond in ways appropriate to my role, exploring and expanding on contributions to reflect on, clarify or adapt thinking.
Having explored and analysed the features of spoken language, I can use these independently, adopting and sustaining an appropriate register to suit my purpose and audience.