This film and TV drama lesson is designed for pupils in Years 5, 6, 7 and 8. The objective is to understand the wide variety of roles in film and TV drama through making a film based on a story.
This is a detailed lesson plan that can be taught in three hours or as part of a longer project. It's designed to be used with the lesson slides and pupil resource sheets.
These slides, in the form of a PDF, are designed to be used in the main lesson activity and for the evaluation and plenary. For best results view the slides full screen.
Download Film and TV drama slides (PDF).
You might want to use our career map when explaining different roles. Download this map and print it on A3 paper or scroll through the different roles on our website: film and TV drama.
Download Who makes a film? (PDF)
Download this resource sheet and print it on one side of A4 for the pupils who are working on the script. It will help them write the story.
Download this resource sheet and print it on one side of A4 for the pupils who are working in the camera department. It will help them capture the action.
Download this resource sheet and print it on one side of A4 for the pupils who are working in the craft department. It will help them create the look of the drama.
Download Craft resource sheet (PDF).
Download the evaluation sheet on A4 and print one for each pupil so they can evaluate and consolidate their learning.
Download Evaluation sheet (PDF).
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