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Content description VCADRR039

Drama / Levels 7 and 8 / Respond and Interpret
Content description
Identify and connect specific features and purposes of drama from contemporary and past times, including the drama of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples to explore viewpoints and enrich their drama making
Elaborations
  1. identifying contexts, for example, social, historical or cultural relevant to the forms and styles represented in their drama
  2. locating and exploring specific examples of contemporary Australian, Asian and other world drama
  3. describing the role of drama in different cultures and use this information when planning their own drama
  4. considering the cultural context in which the drama they view was made, for example, what are the protocols for viewing Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander drama and other culturally specific performances? What historical forces and influences are evident in the drama? How does this style of drama vary from drama that is typical of other traditions or other locations?
Code
VCADRR039
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