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WW2 Evacuations: Drama & Music

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Transcript of WW2 Evacuations: Drama & Music

Scenarios...
1. Young children about to be evacuated to the countryside.
Music - Video 2
Music - Video 3
Music - Video 4
WW2 Evacuations: Drama & Music
Drama!
'Tableau' -
A still photograph or picture, a bit like a 'freeze frame.'
2. Soldiers hiding in trenches or fighting in the war.
3. Neville Chamberlain making a speech to Britain.
Music
Watch the following video - what do you hear? What do you see?
What do you think is happening?
What kind of noise is heard at the end of the clip? What might this mean?
* BBC Primary History.
What 1930's film is this song from?
What is the song about?
Where does the song take place?
How does this song relate to WW2?
L.I.s
I will explore the emotions and themes involved in WW2 through: - taking part in role play activities. - playing WW2 related games. - listening to and discussing sounds and music from WW2.
"There'll be blue birds over
The white cliffs of Dover, Tomorrow, just you wait and see.There'll be love and laughter
And peace ever after
Tomorrow, when the world is free."

Song originally composed by: Alton Glenn Miller.
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