The Characters of Frozen

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Ages

7–11

Duration

Short (1-4 activities)

This resource suitable for pupils aged 7-11, focuses on inference skills and what can be learned about a character in a film through close observation of body language, facial expressions, tone of voice and interactions with other characters.

Through observation of supporting characters in a scene from the film Frozen, learners will consider the motivations and personalities of a variety of characters before creating a character of their own. An active drama activity (hot-seating) encourages children to take on the role of their character.

An optional script-writing and storyboarding activity follows this lesson where pupils are asked to write their character into the scene in Frozen they will have seen in the lesson.

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