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Elements of Drama •Acts- long sections of a play, made up of multiple scenes, usually designed to separate the play into its main parts and to give the audience a “break” from the performance. •Scenes- shorter sections of a play, usually each scene occurs in one location at a specific time.
(C) discuss elements of drama such as characters, dialogue, and setting; (D) recognize characteristics and structures of informational text, including: (i) the central idea and supporting evidence with adult assistance; (ii) features and graphics to locate and gain information; and
Elements of Drama Language Arts Ms. Hernandez 4B . Drama A written story told through the characters dialogue to be read by actors. Elements of Drama There are a total of (12) elements of Drama Plot Setting Characters Dialogue Sets Props Scene Act Script Narrator
learning through drama. The elements of drama Drama is characterised by certain features that give it its unique power. These may be called the elements of drama. They are: • belief • role and character • action • place • time • tension • significance • genre. These elements will be treated in detail in Section 5, ‘Approaches and
The elements of drama, by which dramatic works can be analyzed and evaluated, can be categorized into three major areas: Literary elements Technical elements
following additions are now also considered essential elements of drama. • Convention: These are the techniques and methods used by the playwright and director to create the desired stylistic effect. • Genre: Genre refers to the type of play. Some examples of different genres include comedy, tragedy, mystery and historical play.
Elements of Drama Role and character, relationships, situation, voice, movement, focus, tension, space, time, language, symbol, audience, mood and atmosphere. Role and character The identification and portrayal of a person’s values, attitudes, intentions and actions as