Outcome Chart - Newfoundland and Labrador - Drama 2206

Creating, Making and Presenting

Overall Expectations

Outcome 1: Students will be expected to explore, challenge, develop, and express ideas, using the skills, language, techniques, and development of drama

Specific Expectations

1.1 assume and sustain a role in a dramatic context

1.2 use creative movement to interpret and communicate meaning

1.3 use images to interpret and communicate meaning

1.4 use speech to interpret and communicate meaning

1.5 exhibit the appropriate skills of speaking, listening, reading and viewing, writing and other ways of representing

1.6 express ideas, moods, and feelings creatively through engagement in drama

MediaSmarts Resources

Bias and Crime in Media

Buy Nothing Day

Dealing with Digital Stress

Exposing Gender Stereotypes

First, Do No Harm: Being an Active Witness to Cyberbullying

Who’s Telling My Story?

Overall Expectations

Outcome 2: Students will be expected to create expressive work in drama through collaborative and independent processes

Specific Expectations

2.1 demonstrate an understanding of drama as a collaborative art form

2.2 collaborate in developing, planning and designing classroom dramatizations

2.3 create a variety of drama works

2.4 apply research from print and non-print sources to the exploration and creation of dramatic forms

2.5 create various media forms exploring the possibilities and limitations of each for dramatic effect

MediaSmarts Resources

Bias and Crime in Media

Buy Nothing Day

Dealing with Digital Stress

Exposing Gender Stereotypes

First, Do No Harm: Being an Active Witness to Cyberbullying

Who’s Telling My Story?

Understanding and Connecting Contexts of Time, Place and Community

Overall Expectations

Outcome 3: Students will be expected to demonstrate critical awareness of and value for the role of the arts in creating and reflecting culture within the dramatic context.

Specific Expectations

3.1 demonstrate respect for varying viewpoints and perceptions

3.2 understand that drama can imitate and reflect life in particular times, places, and cultures

3.3 interpret how drama celebrates, comments on, and questions issues and events in their cultural context

3.4 make connections between their own lives and experiences and the characters, ideas and events in a drama work

3.5 explore examples of how drama can reflect the ideas of individuals, communities and societies

MediaSmarts Resources

Bias and Crime in Media

Cinema Cops

Forensic Science Crime Dramas

Miscast and Seldom Seen

Relationships and Sexuality in the Media

Transgender Representation in TV and Movies

Viewing a Crime Drama

Who’s Telling My Story?