Students have been exploring topics such as racial inequality, leaving home and Harry Potter as well as working in online groups to begin to devise plays.
There has been an increasing level of solo work in the form of filmed monologues and script writing. Whilst it is no substitute for the practical work, it has given students the time to understand drama on a more personal and reflective level.
The examination groups have been working on newly created coursework which will go towards their final grade. It gives them an opportunity to study character, context as well as the technical elements of theatre.
All students received weekly feedback on their submission and use of the verbal feedback tool Mote became pivotal in this technological journey.
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