Drama Class 2016 – Part 2

Lesson 2
(There are three kids in a row and a teacher.)
Teacher: Good morning everybody.
(The kids stand up.)
Kids: Good morning, Mrs/Mr Teacher.
Teacher: Let’s talk about classroom rules together.
Kids: Oh, yes, we love classroom rules.
Teacher: Tell me, what do you have to do during a lesson.
(All kids raise their hands.)
Teacher: Gordon. (or: other name)
Gordon: Be quiet.
Teacher: Yes, and what does it mean?
(All kids raise their hands.)
Teacher: Margaret. (or: other name)
Margaret: We have to be quiet.
Teacher: That’s right. What other rules do you know?
(All kids raise their hands.)
Teacher: Hazel. (or: other name)
Hazel: Raise your hand.
Teacher: Yes, and what does it mean?
(All kids raise their hands.)
Teacher: Gordon. (or: other name)
Gordon: We have to raise our hands.
Teacher: Very good. And what about things you must not do?
(All kids raise their hands.)
Teacher: Margaret. (or: other name)
Margaret: Don’t eat.
Teacher: Yes, and what does it mean?
(All kids raise their hands.)
Teacher: Hazel. (or: other name)
Hazel: We must not eat.
Teacher: (looks at her/his watch) Oh, time’s up. Have a nice break.
(The school bell rings. The teacher leaves.)

Break 2
(There are three kids in a row.)
Hazel: Classroom break. Break is a funny word. Let’s break everything.
Margaret:
Good idea. Let’s break Gordon’s pencils.
Gordon: Give me my pencils.
Hazel: Let’s break Gordon’s cookies.
Gordon: Give me my cookies.
Margaret: Let’s break Gordon’s glasses.
Gordon: Stop that. Help, help.
Hazel: (imitating Gordon) Stop that. Help. Don’t break the classroom rules.
Margaret: But it’s not against the classroom rules, Hazel, look. (shows her the ‟Hausordnung‟) Or does it say: ‟Do not break Gordon’s glasses‟?
Hazel: Sorry, Gordon. It’s not in the rules. Look.
Margaret: (Tries to take Gordon’s glasses.)
(The school bell rings. The teacher comes in. Three other kids in a row.)
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