WELCOME TO THE MY FAIR LADY EDUCATION RESOURCE
In this education resource pack we have included a variety of background information and follow up activities to enhance your students’ experience of a visit to the 60th anniversary production of Lerner and Lowe’s My Fair Lady directed by Dame Julie Andrews.
School groups^ save $40* on Tuesday & Wednesday matinees and $30** on Wednesday to Friday evenings
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*Price includes GST and booking fee where applicable. Discount based on full price A Reserve Adult tickets. Prices are subject to change without notice.
^Teachers go at student prices.
**School groups prices for Wednesday to Friday evenings applicable for B or C Reserve tickets subject to capacity
The activities in these notes have been designed for students from years five through to year ten. Each activity has been linked to one or more content descriptors in the Australian Curriculum (as indicated at the start of the activity). Many of these activities can be adjusted to be taught at different year levels to those suggested as well as changed to include additional content descriptors. Each activity is a suggestion only and is has been written as a springboard for classroom activity. The majority of these activities can be completed either before or after seeing My Fair Lady.
|Experimenting with dialects and accents (Year 7 & 8)||DOWNLOAD|
|Dialect, accent, idiom and identity (Year 7 & 8)||DOWNLOAD|
|Investigating accents and characterisation (Year 9)||DOWNLOAD|
|Plotting the narrative arc and investigating the role of song (Year 9)||DOWNLOAD|
|Creating a multi-modal text for a character’s journey (Year 9)||DOWNLOAD|
|Singing versus speaking (Year 9)||DOWNLOAD|
|The challenge of telling stories we know (Year 10)||DOWNLOAD|
|Romance, romantic stories and romantic comedies (Year 10)||DOWNLOAD|
|Adaptations (Year 10)||DOWNLOAD|