Group Introductory
[Non-Regulated Examination]

Purpose of the Examinations

LAMDA Group Introductory examinations are designed to develop basic communication skills in a group setting.

Learners who prepare themselves appropriately will develop:
1 Interpretative skills
2 Technical skills
3 Interactive skills.

Broad Objectives of the Examinations

1 Interpretive skills

The learners will be required to:

  • learn the words of a poem and recall them aloud as a group

  • respond to a stimulus in a drama game.

2 Technical skills

The learners will be required to:

  • develop skills in voice and diction

  • respond to simple instructions in a drama game.

3 Interactive skills

The learners will be required to:

  • interact as a group.

Examination Description

The LAMDA Group Introductory Stage One examination is designed to introduce learners to basic communication skills in a group setting. Learners will speak one poem from memory, audibly and clearly with some appreciation of meaning and play a drama game with the examiner.

Learning Outcomes

On completion of this unit the learners will be able to:

Interpretation

LO1: speak one poem from memory and play one drama game as a group.

Technique

LO2: use appropriate technical skills.

Interaction

LO3: interact as a group.

Examination Description

The LAMDA Group Introductory Stage Two examination is designed to introduce learners to basic communication skills in a group setting. Learners will speak one poem from memory, audibly and clearly with some appreciation of meaning and play a drama game with the examiner.

Learning Outcomes

On completion of this unit the learners will be able to:

Interpretation

LO1: speak one poem from memory and play one drama game as a group.

Technique

LO2: use appropriate technical skills.

Interaction

LO3: interact as a group.

Examination Description

The LAMDA Group Introductory Stage Three examination is designed to introduce learners to basic communication skills in a group setting. Learners will speak one poem from memory, audibly and clearly with some appreciation of meaning and play a drama game with the examiner.

Learning Outcomes

On completion of this unit the learners will be able to:

Interpretation

LO1: speak one poem from memory and play one drama game as a group.

Technique

LO2: use appropriate technical skills.

Interaction

LO3: interact as a group.

We are very excited to announce the new syllabi for Communication, Performance, Group and Introductory.

Please remember that new syllabus requirements for these LAMDA Examinations will come into effect from 1 August 2019. Learners who are preparing for examinations against current syllabus requirements will need to take their Examinations on or before 31 July 2019.

Verse and Prose Anthology Volume 18

Verse and Prose Anthology Volume 19

You can purchase hard copies of our syllabi and anthologies online.

Frequently Asked Questions

Is there a limit to the number of learners in a group?
For LAMDA Group Introductory examinations, the group must contain at least three learners and no more than ten learners.