10 Drama

Year 10:  1 Semester / The Arts

Australian Curriculum Website:  https://www.australiancurriculum.edu.au/f-10-curriculum/the-arts/drama/

Pre-Requisite:  Nil


Drama students will further extend their knowledge and understanding of dramatic concepts such as character, relationships, subtext and situation when performing. Students with an interest in technical theatre or design have the opportunity to gain greater knowledge and understanding and experience in these specialist roles. Students will be supported in communication, experimentation, creativity, collaboration and confidence in expressing themselves, using their knowledge and understanding of the topics explored and by participating in a group production. Students will explore social, cultural and historical perspectives and practitioner intentions by viewing, analyzing and evaluating live theatre. Students will participate in workshops exploring the Stanislavski producing a performance in either onstage or offstage roles.

This course may lead to Stage 1 Drama/ Visual Art Art/ Design/ Stage 1 Digital Media.

Topics may include

  • Stanislavski’s system and realism
  • review writing
  • group production
  • production report writing
  • workshop activities
  • performance
  • multimodal techniques
  • analysis and evaluation
  • collaboration and communication skills
  • production
  • stage and technical design


Students are assessed against the drama australian curriculum achievement standards.

Students are assessed elements of drama, contribution to performance.

Analysis, interpretation and evaluation of drama.

Additional Information

Its is compulsory for drama students to participate in all class performances, including outside of regular school hours performance dates will be given well in advance.

Costs: $40 additional fee for live theatre performance - subject to change in 2020