We’ll be looking at the genre of comedy. To be specific, dramatic comedy. I am extremely excited about this.
Get Ahead Of The Game(s) by having a look at these plays:
The History Boys, Alan Bennett
Much Ado About Nothing, William Shakespeare
There are excellent film versions of both, which I would recommend that you utilise. Comedy isn’t that funny when you read it, but it’s flipping hilarious when you see it.
Have booked us all tickets to go and see ‘Much Ado About Nothing’ next term at the Noel Coward Theatre.
The other day I was sorting out some bits in L36, and I came across all the wonderful IRPs (Independent Reading Projects) that have been created over the year by the girls in 7D. I thought to myself how brilliant they were, and how much the world would benefit from seeing them.
Lucia’s ‘The Lost World’
Molly’s Powerpoint on Plurals
Ghalia’s Powerpoint Presentation on Plurals
Lydia’s Powerpoint on Plurals
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