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Matilda The Musical’s Dialogue Teaching Resources

Matilda The Musical

Inspired by Matilda The Musical, these resources give schools insight into the process of staging this award-winning musical.

Suitable for: KS2, KS3, KS4, KS5

Subjects: Drama, English

About.

Inspired by Matilda The Musical, these resources give schools insight into the process of staging this award-winning musical.

With teacher packs, films and online activities, this programme of work aims to give young people the inspiration, confidence, and skills to develop their writing.

Finding the words for your characters is the next step. In this resource, Dennis Kelly talks through some of his ideas for starting the dialogue. There are also lots of practical exercises in the Teachers’ Resources to get students writing.

Use this versatile resource as an introduction for students in Upper Key Stage 2 and Key Stage 3. Activities are also suitable for more advanced study with GSCE and A-Level students.

Details.

Suitable for: KS2, KS3, KS4, KS5

Subjects: Drama, English

Topics: N/A

This resource was created by the RSC’s Matilda The Musical. Images, text and content may be subject to copyright.

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About Matilda The Musical.

Matilda The Musical is the perfect treat for students of all ages and is a fantastic introduction to theatre.

It is particularly suitable for students of English, Drama & Theatre Studies and has strong curriculum links to Literacy, PSHE, and SEAL.

For teachers and students, we have created a new online resource to give schools insights into the process of staging this award-winning musical. As well as teacher notes full of ideas for how to prepare your students for seeing the production, it also offers a programme of work which aims to give young people the inspiration, confidence, and skills to develop their own writing.

Matilda The Musical has a wealth of interviews with the show’s creators, Dennis Kelly and Tim Minchin, and interactive tools together with comprehensive teacher notes for use in the classroom.

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