Drama

Study drama is an integral part of studying literature and I hope that as part of your course you get to see the ones you’re studying performed live as it really is a different kettle of fish. However, the international school circuit is not idle for drama groups and unless you’re extremely well off and lucky with timing, I doubt you’ll be able to get across to the Globe in London or Stratford-upon-Avon for some Shakespeare. Watching a video really isn’t the same thing.

On this site you will find notes about:

‘A Midsummer Night’s Dream’ (iGCSE*)

– ‘The Importance of Being Earnest’ (iGCSE*)

– Tips when studying a drama

*You’ll probably also find them helpful if you’re doing AS-level, but I’m only teaching drama to my iGCSE class currently.

4 thoughts on “Drama”

    1. I’m reading The Tempest now :D! However, I prioritise things I am studying with my classes and so it will almost certainly not appear on the site.

    1. Unfortunately not. I’ve never read it or seen it, let alone studied it with my kids. Also, the poetry section is taking me forever, but is my focus as the rest of the web is a bit rubbish on it. However, there are loads of websites with really good breakdowns of ‘The Tempest’: sparknotes and schmoop with almost certainly have some good notes. Apologies!

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