Drama Class 2016 – Part 1

Lesson 1
(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 do grammar together.
Kids: Oh, yes, we love grammar.
Teacher: Do you like pineapples?
(All kids raise their hands.)
Teacher: Arthur.
Arthur: Yes, I do./No, I don’t.
Teacher: Do you like spinach?
(All kids raise their hands.)
Teacher: Kitty.
Kitty: Yes, I do./No, I don’t.
Teacher: Do you like fish and chips?
(All kids raise their hands.)
Teacher: Douglas.
Douglas: Yes, I do./No, I don’t.
Teacher: Do you like spaghetti?
(All kids stand up.)
Kids: Yes, we do.
Teacher: Very good. Now tell me, what is the rule? Arthur.
Arthur: Don’t say just ‟yes‟. Say ‟yes, I do‟.
Teacher: Why, Kitty?
Kitty: It’s nicer.
Teacher: What about ‟no‟? Douglas.
Douglas: Don’t say just ‟no‟. Say ‟no, I don’t‟.
Teacher: Why?
(All kids stand up.)
Kids: It’s nicer.
Teacher: Yes, it is. And you are very nice, too. Have a nice break.
(The school bell rings. The teacher leaves.)

Break 1
(There are three kids in a row.)
Kid 1: Your pencil-case is very nice. Can I have it? (Takes it.)
Kid 2: No, you can’t. It’s my pencil-case.
Kid 3: Your smart phone is very nice. Can I have it? (Takes it.)
Kid 2: (louder) No, you can’t. It’s my smart phone.
Kid 1: (Takes pencils out of the pencil-case.) Do you like pencils? (Throws them at Kid 2)
Kid 2: Stop that. Give me my pencil-case back.
Kid 3: Do you like presents? Here you are. (Throws a paper ball at Kid 2.)
Kid 2: I don’t need your rubbish. Stop that. Leave me alone.
Kid 1: (Stands up.) Ok. Now you are alone.
Kid 3: (Stands up, too.) Ok. Now you are alone. It’s nice.
Kid 2: No, it is’t. Nothing is nice. Nobody is nice. I hate it.
(The school bell rings. The teacher comes in. Three other kids in a row.)
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