Students in Year 9 will be viewing A Midsummer Night’s Dream to enhance their contextual understanding of the works of William Shakespeare as they study The Merchant of Venice in Term 3. The viewing of A Midsummer Night’s Dream will enhance their understanding of the structure of a play, how plays are interpreted and stage from script to stage and highlight how moments of comedy and drama are used to create light and shade within a play. These are critical elements in approaching and decoding the works of Shakespeare.
Students will also be completing a visual essay task within the city to apply their knowledge of First Nation poetry and issues. Students will be travelling the city in groups with staff stationed throughout as check-in points.
Students should bring lunch with them as there maybe limited opportunity to purchase food. Students should also bring a water bottle.
Students will be dismissed from the city at 2:30 PM and will be required to find their own way home.
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Students will make their own way to the court yard outside Arts Centre Melbourne to meet their teachers outside Art Centre Melbourne located on 100 St Kilda Road Students can catch a tram from Flinders Street Station away from the city.
Trams that stop in front of Arts Centre Melbourne, “Arts Precinct” stop number 14: 1, 3, 3a, 5, 6, 16, 64, 67 and 72.
There is also a drop off zone in front of the Arts Centre Melbourne for students who maybe driven in.
Students who are running late can contact Mr Woon.