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GCSE DRAMA HOMEWORK Homework is set EVERY WEEK and students should expect to spend between 30 minutes and ONE HOUR completing this. It may be set more than once a week, as a series of shorter tasks. The tasks will vary but may include: drawing and annotating and explaining SET / COSTUME / PROP designs; IN- ROLE writing; CHARACTER profiles; written accounts of practical work; research; reading script; learning lines; planning for practical work etc. Students may be given a sheet detailing the work set. Work should usually be completed in Drama books which should be brought to every lesson. We feel that all students should have the self-discipline to remember to complete homework and hand it in at the time given, meeting deadlines. All homework will relate directly to work taking place in lessons, so that a failure to complete homework will inevitably adversely affect the student’s progress in school and in the GCSE course. It is through regular completion of homework that students acquire the necessary skills for producing the GCSE controlled written coursework. IT IS VITAL THAT STUDENTS REGULARLY PRACTICE WRITTEN WORK PRIOR TO COMPLETING THE CONTROLLED WRITTEN ASSESSMENT. All homework is marked regularly and detailed feedback given which explains how students can improve their grade. If students need help completing homework, we are always available in the Department after school and will always offer extra help and support if asked. When students are preparing for the practical exam, homework will take the form of learning lines and rehearsing after school, creating set, props, costume, lighting & sound plots, programmes.
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