Harry Potter & the Cursed Child

Drama Unit | 5 x 100 Minute Lessons| Years 6 - 10 | Harry Potter Drama Games

HARRY POTTER AND THE CURSED CHILD Drama Unit. This Harry Potter Drama Unit is a fully detailed, curriculum aligned drama unit for Middle School and High School which provides you with 5 x 100 minute whole lesson plans. NO PREP REQUIRED! This Harry Potter Drama Unit comes with everything you need including full drama lesson plans, homework tasks, Harry Potter Drama Games, drama unit evaluation handout, drama unit assessment template and comprehension questions. If you're looking for games and drama activities based on Harry Potter, you've come to the right place. I've done your term planning for you - just print and go. Suitable for all middle school and high school levels but a perfect unit to introduce students to working with a play text. Students will read and perform parts of the Harry Potter and the Cursed Child play and perform complimentary activities. As well as looking at the characters, students will explore a range of abstract drama techniques.


Note on timing: you may like to take some of the activities slower than indicated. I have jam packed the unit on purpose so you have plenty of options for dynamic classes.


Harry Potter Drama unit INCLUDES:

  • 5 x 100 Minute Detailed Lesson Plans with well explained activities in a well structured sequence focusing on abstract performance techniques
  • Comprehension Questions
  • Homework Tasks
  • Additional Activities
  • Unit Assessment Template (for ease of marking the drama unit)

KEY DRAMA VOCABULARY: Play. Stage Directions. Character Impressions. Abstract Performance. Freeze Frames. Internal Thoughts. Abstract Characters. Abstract Dialogue. Crescendo. Script. Characters. Relationship. Physical Theatre. Theme.

UNIT AIMS: Students will explore the play ‘Harry Potter & the Cursed Child’ using abstract performance strategies. Students will:
  • Explore different abstract (non-naturalistic) performance strategies
  • Discuss their impressions of characters based on the play text
  • Use a play text as stimulus
  • Write and perform their own short script based on the play
  • Interpret a key theme of the play in an abstract way
  • Think about and respond to a character's inner thoughts and feelings, motivations and emotions
  • Rehearse and present scenes using different abstract drama strategies
  • Refine work through collaborative rehearsal
  • Discuss a key character relationship and relate this to real life
  • Use physical theatre to portray elements of the story
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