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    Drama Coursework - The Women In Black Analysis

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    La Amistad

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    An Inspector calls - A letter to Mr.smith from Mr J B Priestly.

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    Theatre Review- The Woman in Black

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    How would you direct An Inspector Calls to ensure that it is still relevant today?

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    GCSE Drama Review Of The Play 'Bouncers'

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    Psychology Character Analysis - Harry Potter

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GCSE Drama gives students wonderful opportunities to study a number of aspects of the theatre, from script development to stage management, from improvisation to physical theatre, as well as many technical specialities like sound and lighting. Students will gain a good grounding in different styles and genres and have plenty of time to develop their skills. You'll study one play in a certain amount of depth to understand how a production is initiated, planned and staged. And of course you'll be acting, studying the techniques and methods that actors use to prepare, to build a character and to perform the part.

Assessment is split between practical coursework and by a final examination. The writing skills required to achieve good marks in this exam can be developed by accessing the Marked by Teachers website which has hundreds of relevant essay answer examples which can show what skills you'll need to learn.

GCSE Drama is a good preparation for many A levels, most notably Drama, English Literature and Classics.


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