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Fairy tales SOW - help!

Discussion in 'Drama and performing arts' started by davidscaratt, Jan 23, 2011.

  1. I have to write a scheme of work based on fairy tales and I'm desperate for a bit of inspiration.
    It's supposed to be for Y9, ideally based around the Grimm tales. If anyone has any ideas or suggestions for a starting point I'd be very grateful!
    Many Thanks,
    DavidScaratt

     
  2. I have to write a scheme of work based on fairy tales and I'm desperate for a bit of inspiration.
    It's supposed to be for Y9, ideally based around the Grimm tales. If anyone has any ideas or suggestions for a starting point I'd be very grateful!
    Many Thanks,
    DavidScaratt

     
  3. I'd start with Rapunzel, and the childless couple,and the thieving father-to-be.
    There's loads to be had from this fairy tale!

     

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