Making a Spectacle of Bullying: An Assembly Performance with Follow-up Activities for Citizenship, PSHE and Literacy, Art and Music
Publication Year: 2005
‘the how, when, where and what of preparing for a performance is spelled out in considerable detail. If you do accept the challenge at the core of the book you will certainly not want for help’ - Junior Education
This is the first in a series of creative and practical resources to link the school assembly with the Personal, Social, Citizenship and Health Education (PSCHE) curriculum and the national literacy objectives for children aged five to 11.
Using the theme of bullying, this scheme of work starts with a lively and dramatic student performance by older pupils in the primary school, including every member of the class. Full scripts, music and dance scores are provided. The bullying scenes involve the audience by focusing on the role of ...
- Front Matter
- Synopsis of the Play
- How to Use this Book
- The Teachers' Script
- The Students' Notes
- Character Descriptions
- Suggestions for Rehearsals
- Rehearsal Plan and Timetable
- The Followers Teachers' Script
- The Followers Teachers' Music
- Further Rehearsal Activities
- The Followers Actors' Script
- The Followers Chorus and Followers' Rehearsal Script
- The Followers Dancers' Notes
- The Followers Musicians' Scores
- PSHE and Citizenship Whole-School Follow-Up Materials
- Follow-Up Activities Linked with the National Literacy Strategy
- Art and Music – Follow-Up Materials for Teachers
© Kate Baker and Bridget Smith 2005
First published 2005
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A catalogue record for this book is available from the British Library
Library of Congress Control Number 2005907299
ISBN 10 1-4129-1906-1
ISBN 13 978-1-4129-1906-7
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With thanks to Gamlingay Village College:
- the staff, especially Jenny Blanchard, for such valuable support
- the pupils, for their cheerful interest and useful advice.
How to use the CD-ROM
The CD-ROM contains a folder called ‘Spectacle’ containing six PDF files of the resources available throughout this book. You will need Acrobat Reader version 4 or higher to view and print these resources. Each file can be printed and photocopied or photocopied directly from the book. The musical scores on the CD-ROM are larger than the printed scores for ease of use.
All CD-Rom content is included in this ebook