Cover Work

Don’t bother about reading this post now. You don’t need it now. But that’s the thing about cover work. You never need it when you’re active, involved and alert.

You need it when you’re feeling at your worst. You’re groggy and ill. You’ve received bad news and your mind isn’t in work mode.

So bookmark this page for when you need it and come back then. When you need three instant cover lessons that you can send in without hassle, problem or issue.

Monologue and voice analysis

This lesson is a double sided worksheet and is ideal for situations when students have to work in their own. It starts with identifying and remembering the different key terminology for voice. The students are then asked to use that terminology to break down how they’d deliver a monologue from The Hunger Games. They are then asked to write about their choices.

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Duologue and voice analysis

This lesson is a double sided worksheet and is perfect for when students can work with a partner and make some noise. It starts with identifying and remembering the different key terminology for voice. The students are then asked to use that terminology to break down how they’d deliver a duologue from The Hunger Games. They are then asked to produce a radio play version of the script.

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Small group devising

This lesson is a PowerPoint that can be delivered by a none specialist. The lesson assumes that the students can work in small groups. The lesson gives a brief overview of the gothic horror genre. Students are then given the task of creating their own gothic performances based on one of three images.

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