Dance & Drama: Sydney Opera House

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By Jane Bowerconsultant to primary schools in art, drama, dance and literacy

Use the Sydney Opera House to inspire dance and drama in the last of our multi-resource series

Sydney Opera House


To widen’s children’s knowledge of the Sydney Opera House, you may wish to refer to page 16 of the August ‘07 issue of Junior Ed Topics.

Learning objectives: To gain an understanding of the process of planning, designing and constructing a new building, and the difficulties and emotions it may bring about; to learn how to phrase both written and spoken sentences clearly and to use listening and debating skills.

You will need: suitable workspace with one chair per person set formally in a circle; Poster , ‘Sydney Opera House’; the first, second and third of the ‘Sydney Opera House’ activity sheets ‘Sydney Opera House’, ‘Designing an arts venue’ and ‘A royal visit’; pencils; whiteboard and Junior Ed Topics Aug ‘07 (optional).

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