Skip to main content Skip to navigation

Content description VCADRD022

Drama / Levels 1 and 2 / Drama Practices
Content description
Use voice, facial expression, movement and space to imagine and establish role and situation
  1. communicating verbally by using the voice to explore and show role and situation
  2. communicating non-verbally by using facial expression and movement to explore and show role and situation
  3. practising movement within a space to create the difference between their performance space and the audience space
  4. manipulating objects, puppets, 2D images and available technologies to create stories
  5. responding to feedback as they develop their drama, for example, responding to questions such as ‘how is the character’s mood communicated?, why did they use a freeze-frame (tableaux) in their drama?’
Curriculum resources and support
Find related teaching and learning resources in FUSE*
Find related curriculum resources on the VCAA resources site
*Disclaimer about use of these sites

Go to Drama curriculum

Scroll to the top of the page