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Content description VCADRR028

Drama / Levels 3 and 4 / Respond and Interpret
Content description
Identify intended purposes and meaning of drama, including the drama of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples
  1. discussing the planning, developing or refining of aspects of drama they are making and how their drama has been influenced by drama they have viewed or performed
  2. comparing the expectations and requirements of performers and audience in different cultural settings and apply learning in their own performances
  3. comparing drama in their community to drama of other people, times and locations, for example talking with local Koorie community members about how Koorie people told traditional stories through drama in earlier times and how the same stories are communicated now
  4. using drama terminology, write about and discuss the meaning and intentions of their own drama, for example, responding to questions such as ‘what are the stories and the ideas in the drama they watch and listen to, which characters do they identify with, what relationships and situations do they recognise in the drama?’
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