Through modelling, explore the different ways of using voice to convey emotion: change of pace and volume; emphasis on tone of voice. Ask groups to explore the narrative poem and select stanzas that they think might accompany their freeze-frames. Discuss how they wish to make their audience feel and refer to previous work on the poem. Remind them that they will perform these extracts orally while their freeze-frames are projected onto the IWB. They will need to select appropriate extracts and work as a group to decide how they will present an abridged version of The Highwayman.
Allow the groups time to explore the poem and select stanzas for performance. It may be appropriate to place children's dramatic images into presentation software to support children's decision-making process. Allow children to practise, record and listen to their oral performances in order to evaluate and improve them.
In shared and guided sessions, use examples of children's work to evaluate and amend performances. Encourage children to reflect on the impact of different performances.
Share these performances with the audience by projecting the groups' dramatic images onto the IWB while children perform their poem orally.
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There was even an Alred Noyes tag, where a further four photos including cobbled streets could be found.