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Throughout elementary school, students in the Drama program become familiar with the creative process by using various elements of knowledge to invent short scenes.  They also use this knowledge to interpret the meaning of a story, which adds to their cultural experience.  Lastly, they learn to express themselves using the appropriate vocabulary and acquire the skills they need to exercise critical judgment when appreciating dramatic works, personal productions and those of classmates.

Evaluation in drama consists of two competencies.  The first competency To invent and interpret short scenes is worth 70% of their mark.  The second competency To appreciate dramatic works is worth 30% of their mark.  On the report card however, there is only one overall subject mark that will appear.

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