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2014 2015

Qualification

Unit Number And Title

Pearson BTEC HND Diploma In


Performing Arts

Unit 44: Outreach Drama


Unit 47: Performing Arts Workshop Leadership

Actor Name

Assessor Name

Julia Johnson

Carleigh-Ann Portelli

Date Issued
04/11/2014

Completion Date
19/12/2014

Assignment Title

Schools Project

Submitted On
16/12/2014

UNIT 44: OUTREACH DRAMA


LO
LO1

LO2

Learning Outcomes (LO)


Understand the historical
context of outreach
drama.

Understand how to set up


and develop outreach
liaison.

AC
1.1

Assessment Criteria For A Pass


Critically evaluate the development of
outreach drama.
Explain the links between community
theatre and outreach drama.

Task
1

Evidence

1.3

Assess the geographic and artistic


footprints of outreach groups at a
local and national level.

2.1

Define the outreach needs of a


locality.
Match needs for outreach drama to a
specific project.
Outline the project to present to the
community leader/s.
Demonstrate techniques to the
material gathered from the outreach
group liaison.
Contribute creatively to the
development process.
Produce the finished project that
communicates concepts to target
group/s.
Evaluate the project based on
feedback from target group/s.

Logbook,
Observation,
Blog
Logbook,
Scrapbook,
Observation,
Blog
Observation,
Blog
Observation,
Blog
Observation,
Blog
Blog,
Observation

1.2

2.2
2.3

LO3

LO4

Be able to apply drama


workshop techniques
relevant to the outreach
project.

3.1

Be able to present and


evaluate outreach drama
project.

4.1

3.2

4.2

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2
2
3

3
4

Logbook, Blog

Scrapbook,
Video
Observation,
Video
Blog,
Observation,
Video, Logbook

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UNIT 47: PERFORMING ARTS WORKSHOP LEADERSHIP


LO
LO1

Learning Outcomes (LO)


Understand the status,
nature and scope of
contemporary workshop
activity in the performing
arts.

AC
1.1
1.2
1.3

1.4
LO2

Be able to apply the


creative and
organisational skills
required to plan and
deliver a workshop.

2.1

2.2
2.3

LO3

Be able to lead a full


workshop using the skills
acquired.

3.1

3.2
3.3

LO4

Understand the process,


reflecting on and
evaluating the work
produced.

4.1

4.2

Assessment Criteria For A Pass


Assess the creative value of
workshop activity.
Explain workshop methodologies
and structures.
Examine different
participant/client groups and
their needs.
Evaluate models of workshop
practice.
Plan and structure workshop
activity in a creative and efficient
way.
Create effective environments
for workshops.
Perform with props and
accessories in an appropriate
way to develop work.
Use appropriate strategies to
stimulate workshop participants
to achieve creative goals.
Use management techniques to
maintain workshop efficiency.
Use instant evaluation
techniques to monitor workshop
effectiveness.
Explain the process undertaken
in creating an effective
workshop.
Evaluate the effectiveness of the
workshop, identifying strengths
and weaknesses.

Task
5

Evidence

Observation, Blog

Observation, Blog

Observation, Blog

Logbook, Scrapbook

Video, Observation

Video, Observation

Observation, Video

Observation,
Scrapbook
Observation, Video

Observation, Blog

Blog, Logbook,
Observation

Logbook

Actor Declaration
I certify that the work submitted for this assignment is my own and research sources are
fully acknowledged.
Actors Signature: JJ

Date: 16/12/2014

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UNIT 44: OUTREACH DRAMA


In Addition To The Above PASS Criteria, This Assignment Gives You The Opportunity To Submit Evidence In Order To Achieve The Following
MERIT and DISTINCTION Grades
Grade Descriptor

Indicative Characteristic/s

Contextualisation

M1
Identify and apply strategies to find appropriate
solutions.

Effective judgements have been made.

Appropriate, relevant and effective devising decisions


have been made to suit the needs of the schools.

M2
Select/design and apply appropriate methods and
techniques.

Relevant theories and techniques have been applied.

Appropriate styles have been researched and


techniques have been applied to rehearsals and the
generation of material for the final production.

M3
Present and communicate appropriate findings.

The communication is appropriate for familiar and


unfamiliar audiences and appropriate media have been
used.

The final presentation is coherent, successfully


communicated and appropriate for the target
audience.

D1
Use critical reflection to evaluate own work and
justify valid conclusions.

Realistic improvements have been proposed against


defined characteristics for success.

Realistic alterations have been suggested and fully


justified in order to improve communication with the
schools.

D2
Take responsibility for managing and organising
activities.

Autonomy/independence has been demonstrated.

The progression and development of rehearsal


material, ideas and individual character is conducted
independently without the aid of a director.

D3
Demonstrate convergent/lateral/creative thinking.

Convergent and lateral thinking has been applied.

A detailed and creative approach has been taken to the


understanding and presentation of research material.

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UNIT 47: PERFORMING ARTS WORKSHOP LEADERSHIP


In Addition To The Above PASS Criteria, This Assignment Gives You The Opportunity To Submit Evidence In Order To Achieve The Following
MERIT and DISTINCTION Grades
Grade Descriptor

Indicative Characteristic/s

Contextualisation

M1
Identify and apply strategies to find appropriate
solutions.

Effective judgements have been made.

Appropriate, relevant and effective decisions have


been made to suit the needs of the target audience.

M2
Select/design and apply appropriate methods and
techniques.

The design of methods/techniques has been justified.

Effective decisions in the planning of the workshops


have been fully explained and justified.

M3
Present and communicate appropriate findings.

The communication is appropriate for familiar and


unfamiliar audiences and appropriate media have been
used.

The delivery of workshops, communication of


information and use of media has been appropriate
and understood by all audiences.

D1
Use critical reflection to evaluate own work and
justify valid conclusions.

The validity of results has been evaluated using defined


criteria.

A range of evidence has been considered, compared


and fully justified in the overall evaluation.

D2
Take responsibility for managing and organising
activities.

The unforeseen has been accommodated.

Contingency plans have been structured in detail prior


to activities.

D3
Demonstrate convergent/lateral/creative thinking.

Effective thinking has taken place in unfamiliar context.

A variety of conclusions and have been met through


thorough analysis and detailed observations.

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Assignment Brief
Unit Number And Title
Qualification
Start Date
Performance Date
Logbook/Scrapbook Deadline
Tutorial Dates
Assessor

Unit 44: Outreach Drama


Unit 47: Performing Arts Workshop Leadership
Pearson BTEC HND Diploma In Performing Arts
3rd November 2014
8th 12th December 2014
16th December 2014
18th 19th December 2014
Carleigh-Ann Portelli

Assignment Title

Schools Project

Purpose Of This Assignment


The aim of this process is to enable actors to develop and perform an outreach drama
project designed to raise and answer questions to help improve the society we live in. By
the end of the process actors will be able to plan and lead workshops by investigating the
necessity of performing arts workshops within the profession and the development of
necessary skills.
Scenario
As a company you will create a piece of childrens theatre between 50 70 minutes long
that will be toured in local schools. The tour will be organised by the company itself. As part
of the package the company will lead 30 minute taster workshops with the pupils of the
school.
Task 1: UNIT 44 (LO1: 1.1, 1.2,1.3) (D3)
You are expected to understand the historical context of outreach drama. You will be assessed
on the evidence you provide for the following tasks.

Research Outreach Drama and Community Theatre and critically evaluate the links
between the art forms, how they have developed, where they are performed and
produced and how they are impacting society at a local and national level? (1.1, 1.2, 1.3)
Devise a creative scene explaining the links between Community Theatre and Outreach
Drama and assessing the geographic and artistic footprints they are having on a local
and national level. (1.2, 1.3)

To achieve D3, a detailed and creative approach will have been taken to the understanding and
presentation of research material.
Task 2: UNIT 44 (LO2: 2.1, 2.2, 2.3) (M1, D1)
You are required to understand how to set up and develop an outreach liaison. You will be
assessed on the evidence you provide for the following tasks.

Contact local schools within the community and establish their outreach needs. (2.1)

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Engage in a company discussion to define the needs of the schools. (2.1)


Contribute to the devising and performance of a piece of theatre in the style that
matches the needs identified by the schools. (2.2)
Create a Teachers Pack outlining important aspects of the project to Teachers and
Head Teachers of the schools. (2.3)

To achieve M1, appropriate, relevant and effective devising decisions will be made to suit the
needs of the schools.
To achieve D1, realistic alterations will be suggested and fully justified in order to improve
communication with the schools.
Task 3: UNIT 44 (LO3: 3.1, 3.2) (M2, D2)
You must be able to apply drama workshop techniques relevant to the outreach project. You
will be assessed on your performance and the evidence you provide for the following tasks.

Contribute creatively to production rehearsals and demonstrate techniques that aid the
development of the process and material gathered from the liaison with schools. (3.1,
3.2)

To achieve M2, appropriate styles will be researched and techniques will be applied to
rehearsals and the generation of material for the final production.
To achieve D2, the progression and development of rehearsal material, ideas and individual
character will be conducted independently without the aid of a director.
Task 4: UNIT 44 (LO4: 4.1, 4.2) (M3)
You are expected to be able to present and evaluate an outreach drama project. You will be
assessed on your contribution and the evidence you provide for the following tasks.

Perform a piece that communicates the chosen concepts to the schools. (4.1)
Obtain and record feedback from your audience. (4.2)
Contribute within the performance debrief. Evaluate the project based on your
audiences feedback. (4.2)
Write an overall evaluation of the process. (4.2)

To achieve M3, the final presentation will be coherent, successfully communicated and
appropriate for the target audience.
Task 5: UNIT 47 (LO1: 1.1, 1.2, 1,3, 1,4) (D3)
You are expected to be able to understand the status, nature and scope of contemporary
workshop activities in the performing arts. You will be assessed on your contribution and the
evidence you provide for the following tasks.

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Engage in a company discussion to assess the creative value of workshop activities.


(1.1)
Engage in a company discussion to examine the needs of different participant groups
and explain different workshop methodologies and structures. (1.2, 1.3)
Observe a variety of workshops and engage in company discussions to evaluate the
workshop practice. (1.4)

To achieve D3, a variety of conclusions and will be met through thorough analysis and detailed
observations.
Task 6: UNIT 47 (LO2: 2.1, 2.2, 2.3) (M2, M3)
You are required to be able to apply the creative and organisational skills required to plan and
deliver a workshop. You will be assessed on your contribution and the evidence you provide for
the following tasks.

Plan and deliver a variety of creative workshops based on themes and styles that are
presented to you by your director. The structure, environment and use of props must
be adapted to appropriately suit the theme of style. (2.1, 2.2, 2.3)

To achieve M2, effective decisions in the planning of the workshop will be fully explained and
justified.
To achieve M3, the delivery of workshops, communication of information and use of media will
be appropriate and understood by all audiences.
Task 7: UNIT 47 (LO3: 3.1, 3.2, 3.3) (M1, D2)
You must be able to be able to lead a full workshop using the skills acquired. You will be
assessed on your performance and the evidence you provide for the following tasks.

Deliver workshops to school children using appropriate strategies to stimulate the


group to achieve the sessions pre-planned aims. (3.1)
Assign and undertake roles of responsibility within workshops to ensure the sessions are
controlled, managed and efficiency is maintained. (3.2)
Deliver a successful workshop to school children by responding to the changing needs of
the group. The effectiveness of the workshop must be monitored and recognised
through instant evaluation. (3.3)

To achieve M1, appropriate, relevant and effective decisions will be made to suit the needs of
the target audience and improve the overall workshop.
To achieve D2, contingency plans will be structured in detail prior to activities.
Task 8: UNIT 47 (LO4: 4.1, 4.2) (D1)
You are expected to be able to understand the process, reflecting on and evaluating the work
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produced. You will be assessed on your contribution and the evidence you provide for the
following tasks.

Engage in a debrief session to discuss and answer questions on the process of creating
an effective workshop. (4.1)
Write an evaluation of the workshops identifying your strengths and weaknesses. (4.2)

To achieve D1, a range of evidence will be considered and compared in the overall evaluation.

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The Outcome And


Result Of Performance
In Practical
Task 1

Summary Of Evidence Required By


Actor
Actors Logbook. Scrapbook.
Company Blog Site. Director
Observation.
Director Observation. Company
Blog Site.
Scrapbook. Company Blog Site.
Director Observation. Video
Footage.
Company Blog Site. Director
Observation. Video Footage. Actors
Logbook.
Director Observation. Company
Blog Site.
Director Observation. Actors
Logbook. Video Footage.
Scrapbook.
Director Observation. Video
Footage. Scrapbook.
Company Blog Site. Actors
Logbook. Director Observation.

Task 2
Task 3

Task 4

Task 5
Task 6

Task 7
Task 8

Evidence Presented
Actors Logbook. Scrapbook.
Company Blog Site. Director
Observation.
Director Observation. Company
Blog Site.
Scrapbook. Company Blog Site.
Director Observation. Video
Footage.
Company Blog Site. Director
Observation. Video Footage. Actors
Logbook.
Director Observation. Company
Blog Site.
Director Observation. Actors
Logbook. Video Footage. Scrapbook.
Director Observation. Video
Footage. Scrapbook.
Company Blog Site. Actors Logbook.
Director Observation.

Sources Of Information

Tip Of The Iceberg: 'Tip of the Iceberg' was developed by it's founders after 15 years experience
working with professional theatre, training and educational companies. We are inspired to create
work of the highest standard artistically whist meeting all of the desired aims of each project. The
company consists of talented, creative people who have both the experience and the desire to
perform, engage and educate. At 'Tip of the Iceberg' we take issues off the page and into the lives of
the participants. We believe that through specific and individually designed packages those taking part
can be inspired to think, feel and experience something new and therefore discover, learn and go
beyond the surface!
(www.tipoftheiceberg.biz)

Lingue Senza Frontiere: Our company has, as its primary objective the promotion and strengthening
of the teaching of English and French language through a series of projects, engaging and
educationally rewarding activities, carried out by qualified personnel and natives, to really put
students in direct contact with the language and its expressive registers.
(www.linguesenzafrontiere.com)

Little Fish Theatre: Our mission is to produce high quality, innovative theatre productions and drama
experiences for young people. Through its activities Little Fish Theatre seeks to challenge social
injustice and inspire community growth and change.
(www.littlefishtheatre.co.uk)

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Achievement Summary
Qualification

Pearson BTEC Higher National


Diploma In Performing Arts

Unit Number
And Title

Unit 44: Outreach Drama

Criteria
Reference
LO1
1.1
1.2
1.3
LO2
2.1
2.2
2.3
LO3
3.1
3.2
LO4
4.1
4.2

Assessor Name
Actor Name

Carleigh-Ann Portelli
Julia Johnson

To Achieve The Criteria The Evidence Must Show That


The Actor Is Able To:

Achieved?
(Tick)

Critically evaluate the development of outreach drama.


Explain the links between community theatre and outreach drama.
Assess the geographic and artistic footprints of outreach groups at a local
and national level.

Define the outreach needs of a locality.


Match needs for outreach drama to a specific project.
Outline the project to present to the community leader/s.

Demonstrate techniques to the material gathered from the outreach group


liaison.
Contribute creatively to the development process.

Produce the finished project that communicates concepts to target group/s.


Evaluate the project based on feedback from target group/s.

Higher Grade Achievements (Where Applicable)


Grade Descriptor
(Merit)
M1: Identify and apply strategies
to find appropriate solutions.
M2: Select/design and apply
appropriate methods and
techniques.
M3: Present and communicate
appropriate findings.

Achieved?
(Tick)

Grade Descriptor
(Distinction)

Achieved?
(Tick)

D1: Use critical reflection to


evaluate own work and justify valid
conclusions.

D2: Take responsibility for


managing and organising activities.
D3: Demonstrate
convergent/lateral/creative
thinking.

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Achievement Summary
Qualification

Pearson BTEC Higher National


Diploma In Performing Arts

Unit Number
And Title

Unit 47: Performing Arts


Workshop Leadership

Criteria
Reference
LO1
1.1
1.2
1.3
1.4
LO2
2.1
2.2
2.3
LO3
3.1
3.2
3.3
LO4
4.1
4.2

Assessor Name
Actor Name

Carleigh-Ann Portelli
Julia Johnson

To Achieve The Criteria The Evidence Must Show That


The Actor Is Able To:

Achieved?
(Tick)

Assess the creative value of workshop activity.


Explain workshop methodologies and structures.
Examine different participant/client groups and their needs.
Evaluate models of workshop practice.

Plan and structure workshop activity in a creative and efficient way.


Create effective environments for workshops.
Perform with props and accessories in an appropriate way to develop work.

Use appropriate strategies to stimulate workshop participants to achieve


creative goals.
Use management techniques to maintain workshop efficiency.
Use instant evaluation techniques to monitor workshop effectiveness.

Explain the process undertaken in creating an effective workshop.


Evaluate the effectiveness of the workshop, identifying strengths and
weaknesses.

Higher Grade Achievements (Where Applicable)


Grade Descriptor
(Merit)
M1: Identify and apply strategies
to find appropriate solutions.
M2: Select/design and apply
appropriate methods and
techniques.
M3: Present and communicate
appropriate findings.

Achieved?
(Tick)

Grade Descriptor
(Distinction)

Achieved?
(Tick)

D1: Use critical reflection to


evaluate own work and justify valid
conclusions.

D2: Take responsibility for


managing and organising activities.
D3: Demonstrate
convergent/lateral/creative
thinking.

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Assignment Feedback
Formative Feedback & Observations
(Assessor To Actor)
Performance Rehearsals:
Open approach to the work and new information.
Confident ability to share ideas with the company.
Excellent understanding of required performance energy.
Inconsistent chemistry with colleagues on the rehearsal floor.
Inconsistent attitude towards the work.
Interesting development of character.
Good exploration of musicality.
Curious approach to material development.
Beginning to explore the journey of the character.
Material development is dependent on other performers.
Workshop Rehearsals:
Always ensure that the delivery of the session is appropriate for the workshop participants.
The environment created for the workshop must alter to suit the ability and/or
understanding of the participants.
Share the responsibilities of the workshop to guarantee efficiency.
Never allow your participants to wait for you (as the leader) to prepare the next exercise.
You must be one step ahead of the participants otherwise they will begin to disengage.
The quality of the touch is vital when working with deaf and blind participants. You must
make sure that you are accurate and appropriate.
You must search to develop new methods and strategies for communicating as workshop
leaders without disrupting the flow of the session.
Always ensure that the participants of the workshop are offered appropriate praise to help
them stay motivated.
Action Plan
(Actor To Assessor)
Think less, act more!

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Summative Feedback
Julia, throughout the process you have proven yourself to be a dynamic performer with the ability
to adapt your work to the chosen style or target audience. You have worked hard to explore a
variety of techniques and styles and have consequently gained a range of new skills. You responded
well to the needs of the workshops and adapted your approach effectively to suit the target group.
You are an honest company member and are not afraid to share your views and opinions with the
ensemble. You must ensure that you assess your tone and approach of delivery when giving
feedback. Though unintentionally, your manner can sometimes appear negative and defeatist. You
responded well to direction and embraced new challenges with bravery, curiosity and interest. You
possess an outstanding ability to create material within an extremely short time frame but must
ensure that this is not affected by the actors that you are working with.
Feedback
(Actor To Assessor)
Felt the process was successful overall.
Wasnt looking forward to the schools tour.
Felt that Outreach Drama was a more successful unit than Performing Arts Workshop
Leadership.
Felt the outside workshops that I did help me to push my personal boundaries.
Feel that I have learnt how to plan an effective workshop.
Strong command and presence within a room.
Feel as though I understand the appropriate exercises that are required.
Assessor Signature
Actor Signature

CAP

Date

18/12/2014

JJ

Date

18/12/2014

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