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LESSON PLANNING

LEARNING AREA: Drama


YEAR LEVEL: 2

TIME: 50mins

LESSON TOPIC: Emotions/Feelings

AIM: (From ACARA, or Desired Student Outcome from SACSA) Use voice, facial expression,
movement and space to imagine and establish role and situation (ACADRM028)
LESSON OUTCOMES: (These should relate to both the topic and to the curriculum link)
Students will understand emotions and its role in drama.
Be able to identify between emotions.
Use emotions to influence their actions, movement and expressions.
REFERENCES & RESOURCES: Emotion cue cards. ACARA

Australian
Curriculum, Year 4, The Australian Curriculum: Drama.
http://cherishinghopesanddreams.com/2013/04/busy-bubbersemotion-flash-cards.html

STUDENT ASSESSMENT:
Formative: Anecdotal noes on student participation, questioning and performance.
Summative: Access students ability to portray emotions through pantomime, their
understanding of the emotion and use of body language/facial expressions will be marked.
SELF ASSESSMENT:

Was the lesson successful?


Did the lesson achieve the desired outcome and teach the KUDs?
Does any aspect of the lesson need to be changed?
Was the lesson taught in the right style?

TEACHING PROCEDURE:
TIME

STEPS

COMMENTS
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5min

INTRODUCTION (whole class)

An important part of drama is creating characters


and portraying emotions and feelings. Today we are
going to look at emotions and do a silent Pantomime
having the class guess the emotion. The purpose of
this exercise is to replicate and gain an
understanding of emotions in an attempt to harness
them for positive outcomes.
5min

EXPLICIT TEACHING (whole class)

To act different emotions you need to understand


how it not only makes you feel but how it changes
your voice, mannerisms, what you say and what you
do. Example Anger in a happy voice.
10min

GUIDED DISCOVERY (whole class)


Try and remember a time that you were really happy! How
did it change the way you moved, talked, looked and what
you did? Brain storm scenarios that might make someone
feel angry!

25min

3 EXPLORATION/PRACTICE(group/individual)
Hand out emotion cards to pairs. They must use their
entire body to display this emotion. Think about actions
and facial expressions. They must additionally brainstorm
a scenario that was the cause of this emotion.

5min 4

CONCLUSION (whole class share/reflect)


We feel differently minute of every day. Learning to
understand and control our emotions is useful in drama
when we want to tell a story or create a character. Discuss
about how it can help us to control our reactions to certain
events.

List on board

Emotion cue cards

NOTE: This planning format is available for students to download from FLO and is planned to
cover two A4 pages when used. The Comments column can be used for adaptations for
children with learning difficulties or for planned extension activities.