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Monday 20th April 2020


WALT: write a play script.


This week we are going to be focusing on play scripts. Watch the first minute of the clip below and write out the scene as a play script. I have tried to find a clip where there is some dialogue for you to include.


This is a cold task (AFL) and is a good opportunity to show us what features you can remember when writing a play script.


You can hand write or type out your script and then upload it to your work folder on Purple Mash.


We look forward to reading your play scripts!

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Tuesday 21st April 2020


WALT: identify the features of a play script.


  1. Watch the video below explaining what each feature of a play script is.
  2. Read through the Jack and Jill example and identify the features using different colour pens/pencils/highlighters.
  3. Add in the missing feature into the example.

Video part 1

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Video part 2

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Wednesday 22nd April 2020


WALT: understand and identify the differences between narratives and play scripts.


Work through the power point slides to find today's activities. All the documents you will need can be found below.




Miss Bird

Thursday 23rd April 2020


WALT: write clear stage directions.


Work through the power point where you will find your tasks. You will also need to use the YouTube clip below.


Miss Bird

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Friday 24th April 2020


Independent write: write a play script.


For today’s task, I would like you to combine all the skills we have used this week to write a play script.


I would like you to choose an age appropriate book (this could be a book club book) and choose a section to write a play script from your chosen narrative. I would recommend choosing a section that has a bit of dialogue to work with.


To help you, use all of the resources and examples from this week. Make sure to include as many features as you can from Tuesday’s lesson.


I look forward to seeing what you produce!

Miss Bird