L1 - 3 Drama - Full Year / Semester / Term

Create original work and perform scenes from significant plays from Aotearoa and the wider world.

Course Overview

Level One - Three Drama will cover 3 major strands: the use of drama techniques of voice, movement, body and space, dramatic elements and conventions and knowledge of specific drama forms and theatre history.  Students can analyse and perform drama and work on scripted productions. 

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The Teacher

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Jennifer Gregg

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Kia ora, my name is Jennifer Gregg. I live in Whanganui, where my Great Grandparents, Grandfather and Father were born. I lived in various parts of the North Island as a young person and moved to Australia when I turned 18. I worked in Youth and Community Theatre and studied Theatre Theory and Practice in Sydney. I met my husband at a Community Arts Course and moved north to start our family. I became very homesick after my daughter was born and so moved back to New Zealand. I have been teaching Drama and directing Productions at Secondary Schools since then. This keeps me very busy but I also enjoy cooking (and cooking tv!), reading and writing and I'm about to try gardening in our new home. I love teaching drama as I believe it creates a community and bond that is quite unique. I remember all my students and miss those who have graduated. I look forward to working with new students from a variety of backgrounds.

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Course Details

Apply drama techniques in a dramatic or scripted context
Perform a substantial acting role in a scripted production
Use features of a drama / theatre form in a performance
Demonstrate understanding of a significant play

Performing Arts
It is useful for the student to have studied Level One Drama if enrolling in Level Two or Three but not a compulsory requirement
Teams
School Year
07 Feb 2023
23 Nov 2023
English

Yes
NCEA Level 1, NCEA Level 2, NCEA Level 3
No
Standard No * Standard title credit value internal/external
90006 v6 Apply drama techniques in a dramatic context 4 Internal
90009 v6 Perform an acting role in a scripted production (a school or community performance) 5 Internal
90999 v4 Use features of a drama / theatre form in a performance 4 Internal
91000 v3 Demonstrate understanding of a significant play 4 Internal
90011 v7 Discuss Drama elements, techniques, conventions and technologies within live performance. 4 External

Students will need to be able to record their daily work and upload it to me. If a student elects to submit devised work they will need a partner or group to work with. They will need to be able to attend live theatre shows or watch recordings of live performances in preparation for the examination.

Learning Exchange

1.00 placement

OR Cost

$1725.00

2 - 15

Offered by

Whanganui Collegiate School
Whanganui Collegiate School

Level (NCEA)

Yes - L1, L2, L3

Course Dates

07 Feb 2023

till 23 Nov 2023

Duration

School Year

Taught in

English

Overall Rating

Learning Exchange

1.00 placement

OR Cost

$1725.00

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