Year 11 SACE STAGE 1 - $100 Course Fee

  

Students have the opportunity to develop their curiosity and imagination, creativity, individuality, personal identity, self-esteem, and confidence. They also have opportunities to improve their skills in experimentation, communication, self-discipline, collaboration, teamwork, and leadership. Students learn to acknowledge and respect diversity and different perspectives on the world.

 

Half Year – Semester I
Full Year – Semester I & II

Entry Recommendations:  Satisfactory completion of Year 10 Drama.
Semester 1: 
This course is aimed at developing the students’ understanding and appreciation of the major influences on theatre in the 20th Century through practical and theoretical study. Students are required to be involved in a substantial Performance for public audiences and record all processes in a Production Report. Students will study different models of acting, innovators and theories of performance by reading scripts, viewing performances, participating in workshops, rehearsing, experimenting and performing. From this they will create an Individual Study Presentation, which will evolve from extensive research, investigation and practical exploration of Brechtian Theatre & Theatre of the Absurd. Students are also expected to attend after school rehearsals and at least two live theatre performances. They will also need to complete critical Reviews using correct drama terminology and review writing structures in preparation for SACE Stage II.

Semester II­ -

Entry Recommendations:  Satisfactory completion of Year 10 Drama.
The aim of this course is to develop students’ understanding of theatrical theories and styles through practical and theoretical study. Students are required to be involved in a substantial Group Performance for public audiences and record all processes in a Production Report. Students will study several models of acting by reading scripts, viewing performances, participating in workshops, rehearsing, experimenting and performing. From this they will undertake an Individual Investigation where they will research and explore areas of interest. Students will also expected to attend after school rehearsals and attend at least two live theatre performances. They will also need to complete critical reviews using correct drama terminology and review writing structures in preparation for SACE Stage II.