Drama fosters creative and expressive communication. It
interrogates the human experience by investigating, communicating and embodying
stories, experiences, emotions and ideas that reflect the human experience. It
engages students in imaginative meaning-making processes and involves them
using a range of artistic skills as they make and respond to dramatic works.
What will students learn?
In studying Drama, students will learn:
- how drama promotes shared
understandings of the human experience
- how drama is shaped to reflect
- how drama can be used to
challenge our understanding of humanity
- how dramatic practice can be
How will students be assessed?
Students will complete the following assessments:
- performance (20%)
- project — dramatic concept (20%)
- project — practice-led project
- examination — extended response
More information is available on the Queensland Curriculum & Assessment Authority website.