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Drama

Cambridge Upper Secondary

Why Study Cambridge IGCSE Drama?

Through practical and theoretical study, you will develop an understanding and enjoyment of drama, developing group and individual skills and studying ways to communicate ideas and feelings to an audience. You will learn how to discover the performance possibilities of a text and other stimuli, and devise dramatic material of your own. You will also develop your performance skills, the demonstration of which will form part of the final assessment. (Cambridge Assessment International Education, n.d.)

Key concepts covered in the course

  • Extended extracts from published plays
  • Stimuli (short titles, poems, pictures, songs, historical events, stories) for devising dramatic pieces
  • Your own choice of dramatic repertoire
  • Dramatic material of your own devising

Prior requirements and hours of study

Cambridge IGCSE Drama requires about 130 hours of study. The number of hours needed may vary depending on your previous experience of the subject.

We do not expect learners starting this course to have previously studied Drama.

IGCSE DRAMA

Examinations

Unfortunately, private candidates cannot enter for this syllabus. We can teach you this course online, but we cannot enter you for the end of year exam. If you decide to study this course with us, you will not get an official Cambridge International Qualification by the end of this course.

Course Fee

The fee for Cambridge International GCSE Drama can be paid in monthly or termly instalments.

For more information about Fees and Scholarships, please click here.

For more information about Cambridge IGCSE Drama, please click here.

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Drama

Cambridge Advanced

Why Study Cambridge International AS & A Level Drama?

Cambridge International AS & A Level Drama course encourages you to develop your skills in performing, devising and researching a wide range of theatrical styles and genres. You will learn to communicate with an audience through practical and creative work on performance texts and your own devised material, both as individual and in groups. Underpinned by theoretical and practical study, you will learn to research, analyse, create and interpret, and to become skilled, well-informed and reflective theatrical practitioner who enjoy drama.

Cambridge International AS & A Level Drama provides a foundation for the further study of drama or related courses in higher education. (Cambridge Assessment International Education, n.d.)

Key concepts covered in the course

  • Communication
  • Performance processes
  • Practical skills
  • Genre, style and structure
  • Research and critical reflection

Prior requirements and hours of study

Cambridge International AS Level Drama requires about 180 hours of study, and Cambridge International A Level Drama requires about 360 hours of study. These figures are for guidance only. The number of hours needed may vary depending on your previous experience of the subject.

We recommend that students who are beginning this course should have previously completed a Cambridge International GCSE course in Drama.

Grade B/6 or above in Drama at IGCSE (or equivalent) is required before starting Cambridge International AS & A Level Drama. It is also necessary that all A-Level students have IGCSE English Language, or the equivalent, at Grade C/4 or above.

AS & A LEVEL DRAMA

Examinations

Unfortunately, private candidates cannot enter for this syllabus. We can teach you this course online, but we cannot enter you for the end of year exam. If you decide to study this course with us, you will not get an official Cambridge International Qualification by the end of this course.

Course Fee

The fee for Cambridge International AS & A Level Drama can be paid in monthly or termly instalments.

For more information about Fees and Scholarships, please click here.

For more information about Cambridge International AS & A Level Drama, please click here.

For the full list of references, please click here.

Drama

Cambridge Lower Secondary

Cambridge Lower Secondary is where students who are typically in the 11-14 age range begin to expand their learning to a broader palette, applying the building blocks they’ve mastered in Cambridge Primary to more challenging pursuits. The curriculum is flexible and adaptable to a wide variety of cultural contexts, branching out further from core studies to encompass more independent, thought-provoking topics while still developing a vital knowledge base and skills.

CAMBRIDGE LOWER SECONDARY DRAMA

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