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In Drama, students will develop knowledge and understanding, skills, values and attitudes in Making, Performing and Appreciating by engaging in role, dramatic contexts, elements and forms.
In making drama, students learn how to investigate their world through devising plays, role-plays and imagined situations.
In performance, they develop their skills and appreciation of dramatists, actors, playwrights, devisers, directors and designers.
Learning in Drama is most effective when learning experiences in making, performing and appreciating are integrated in a planned and sequential process of teaching and learning.
In Drama, students will develop knowledge, skills and understanding:
- in imagined situations shaped by the elements of drama;
- in performing drama by actively engaging in drama forms; and
- in appreciating their own dramatic works and those of others.
- NSW Board of Studies - Creative Arts K-6 Syllabus