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Identify to point out analyze to figure out characteristics individual qualities

Learning Objective: Today we will identify and analyze characteristics of drama.

  • identify= to point out

  • Analyze= to figure out

  • Characteristics= individual qualities

  • Drama/Play= performed for an audience by actors


Vocabulary

Vocabulary

  • Identify= to point out

  • Analyze= to figure out

  • Drama/Play= is a form of literature that is performed by actors, it is usually made for acting instead of for just reading.

  • The words drama and play are used as synonyms.


What are we going to analyze today

What are we going to analyze today?

We are going to analyze characteristics of drama.


Identify to point out analyze to figure out characteristics individual qualities

It is important to analyze (to figure out) characteristics of dramas because you need to understand the structure, setting, and imagery . This will help you become a better reader and understand the topic of the play much better!

What are other reasons it is important to analyze dramas?

To understand how to read and write a drama/play!

It will be tested!


A play or drama is meant to be performed for an audience by actors

A Play or Drama is meant to be performed for an audience by actors.


We all know what plays are

We all know what plays are!

High School Musical was performed by students in a school.

Some of you have heard of or seen Scrooge, which is a Christmas Play.

You have seen plays being performed at school.

This year we will be performing different dramas!


Identify to point out analyze to figure out characteristics individual qualities

Parts of a Drama/Play

Create a Circle Map and include all of these

ScriptThe script tells the actors what to say and what to do

CharactersPlays the assigned part to the character (characters) they are acting as/like

SettingLocations where the drama/play take place (can be more then one location)

ImageryEnables you to make a mind movie about what events are occurring in the script

DialogueSpoken conversation spoken by two or more people.


Identify

Identify

  • Can you identify the parts of a play/drama? The green writing is the part you are focusing on.


Identify to point out analyze to figure out characteristics individual qualities

Script The entire play/drama is a Script ScriptThe script tells the actors what to say and what to do

Setting or stage direction

A table and twelve chairs are all that is needed to establish the jury's room. The pigs walk to a table. They walk around, shy and uncomfortable at first.

Characters

Pig 1-Pig 12, Judge

Costumes

No special costumes needed

PIG #1: (Fanning himself.) Boy, I tell you, it’s hot.

PIG #2: I thought it was hot in the courtroom, but this room is like an oven.

PIG #3: Do I smell bacon? Oh wait – that’s just me.

PIG #4: So what are we supposed to do?

PIG #5: Weren’t you listening to the judge? We vote.

PIG #4: Vote?

PIG #5: We decide whether or not that Wolf is guilty or not guilty.

PIG #6: He looks guilty to me.

PIG #7: Me too.

PIG #8: What do you mean he looks guilty?


Characters

Characters

Plays the assigned part to the character (characters) they are acting as/like

Setting or stage direction

A table and twelve chairs are all that is needed to establish the jury's room. The pigs walk to a table. They walk around, shy and uncomfortable at first.

Characters

Pig 1-Pig 12, Judge

Costumes

No special costumes needed

PIG #1: (Fanning himself.) Boy, I tell you, it’s hot.

PIG #2: I thought it was hot in the courtroom, but this room is like an oven.

PIG #3: Do I smell bacon? Oh wait – that’s just me.

PIG #4: So what are we supposed to do?

PIG #5: Weren’t you listening to the judge? We vote.

PIG #4: Vote?

PIG #5: We decide whether or not that Wolf is guilty or not guilty.

PIG #6: He looks guilty to me.

PIG #7: Me too.

PIG #8: What do you mean he looks guilty?


Setting

Setting

Locations where the drama/play take place (can be more then one location)

Setting or stage direction

A table and twelve chairs are all that is needed to establish the jury's room. The pigs walk to a table. They walk around, shy and uncomfortable at first.

Characters

Pig 1-Pig 12, Judge

Costumes

No special costumes needed

PIG #1: (Fanning himself.) Boy, I tell you, it’s hot.

PIG #2: I thought it was hot in the courtroom, but this room is like an oven.

PIG #3: Do I smell bacon? Oh wait – that’s just me.

PIG #4: So what are we supposed to do?

PIG #5: Weren’t you listening to the judge? We vote.

PIG #4: Vote?

PIG #5: We decide whether or not that Wolf is guilty or not guilty.

PIG #6: He looks guilty to me.

PIG #7: Me too.

PIG #8: What do you mean he looks guilty?


Imagery what kind of mind movie can you make from this script

ImageryWhat kind of mind movie can you make from this script

Enables you to make a mind movie about what events are occurring in the script

Setting or stage direction

A table and twelve chairs are all that is needed to establish the jury's room. The pigs walk to a table. They walk around, shy and uncomfortable at first.

Characters

Pig 1-Pig 12, Judge

Costumes

No special costumes needed

PIG #1: (Fanning himself.) Boy, I tell you, it’s hot.

PIG #2: I thought it was hot in the courtroom, but this room is like an oven.

PIG #3: Do I smell bacon? Oh wait – that’s just me.

PIG #4: So what are we supposed to do?

PIG #5: Weren’t you listening to the judge? We vote.

PIG #4: Vote?

PIG #5: We decide whether or not that Wolf is guilty or not guilty.

PIG #6: He looks guilty to me.

PIG #7: Me too.

PIG #8: What do you mean he looks guilty?


Dialogue

Dialogue

Spoken conversation spoken by two or more people.

Setting or stage direction

A table and twelve chairs are all that is needed to establish the jury's room. The pigs walk to a table. They walk around, shy and uncomfortable at first.

Characters

Pig 1-Pig 12, Judge

Costumes

No special costumes needed

PIG #1: (Fanning himself.) Boy, I tell you, it’s hot.

PIG #2: I thought it was hot in the courtroom, but this room is like an oven.

PIG #3: Do I smell bacon? Oh wait – that’s just me.

PIG #4: So what are we supposed to do?

PIG #5: Weren’t you listening to the judge? We vote.

PIG #4: Vote?

PIG #5: We decide whether or not that Wolf is guilty or not guilty.

PIG #6: He looks guilty to me.

PIG #7: Me too.

PIG #8: What do you mean he looks guilty?


Steps to identify and analyze plays and dramas

Steps to identify and analyze plays and dramas

  • Look at the text and decide whether it is a play/drama (ask yourself)

  • Read the text and understand what the play/drama is about

  • Identify the different components of the drama/play, highlight the key components to a play/drama

  • Answer the questions


Sample of a play

Sample of a play

  • D.W. Gets Her Library Cardby Peter Hirsch The script tells the actors what to say and what to do. Here's the script for a play called "D.W. Gets Her Library Card." Characters:Arthur, Binky, Buster, D.W., Francine, Timmy Tibble, Tommy Tibble, Ms. TurnerCostumes:What to wear for each character.Props:Things you'll need for this play.Setting: (can also be know as a stage direction)This play takes place in the Reading Room of a library.(Francine, Binky, and Buster are reading. D.W. walks into the library and goes right to a table on which a Big Book is placed. Arthur follows her.)

  • D.W.- Arthur, look!It's my favorite book!It's big and it's pretty and it's all about frogs!Will you read it to me?Please, please, please, please, please?


Sample of play cont

Sample of Play Cont.

  • ArthurNo, D.W. That's a baby book.I only read books for big kids.D.W.Then will you check it out for me with your library card?ArthurAre you kidding?!Do you know what would happen if my friends found out I checked out a baby book?D.W.What?ArthurThis!(He points to Francine, Binky, and Buster, who go to the center of the room.)FrancineHey guys!Arthur checked out a baby book on frogs!BusterI guess that makes him a baby!BinkyYeah. Or maybe even a baby frog! A tadpole!!Buster, Binky, and FrancineHA! HA! HA! HA! HA! HA! HA!(Buster, Binky, and Francine freeze.)


Sample of a play1

Sample of a play

  • D.W. Gets Her Library Cardby Peter Hirsch The script tells the actors what to say and what to do. Here's the script for a play called "D.W. Gets Her Library Card." Characters:Arthur, Binky, Buster, D.W., Francine, Timmy Tibble, Tommy Tibble, Ms. TurnerCostumes:What to wear for each character.Props:Things you'll need for this play.Setting: (can also be know as a stage direction)This play takes place in the Reading Room of a library.(Francine, Binky, and Buster are reading. D.W. walks into the library and goes right to a table on which a Big Book is placed. Arthur follows her.)

  • D.W.- Arthur, look!It's my favorite book!It's big and it's pretty and it's all about frogs!Will you read it to me?Please, please, please, please, please?

Where is the setting of this drama/play?

A. at the park

B. In the library

C. In school

D. At Home

Guided Practice1. Look at the text and decide whether it is a play/drama (ask yourself)2. Read the text and understand what the play/drama is about3. Identify the different components of the drama/play, highlight the key components to a play/drama4. Answer the questions


Sample of a play2

Sample of a play

  • D.W. Gets Her Library Cardby Peter Hirsch The script tells the actors what to say and what to do. Here's the script for a play called "D.W. Gets Her Library Card." Characters:Arthur, Binky, Buster, D.W., Francine, Timmy Tibble, Tommy Tibble, Ms. TurnerCostumes:What to wear for each character.Props:Things you'll need for this play.Setting: (can also be know as a stage direction)This play takes place in the Reading Room of a library.(Francine, Binky, and Buster are reading. D.W. walks into the library and goes right to a table on which a Big Book is placed. Arthur follows her.)

  • D.W.- Arthur, look!It's my favorite book!It's big and it's pretty and it's all about frogs!Will you read it to me?Please, please, please, please, please?

Guided Practice1. Look at the text and decide whether it is a play/drama (ask yourself)2. Read the text and understand what the play/drama is about3. Identify the different components of the drama/play, highlight the key components to a play/drama4. Answer the questions

2. Who are the characters in the drama/play?


Sample of a play3

Sample of a play

  • D.W. Gets Her Library Cardby Peter Hirsch The script tells the actors what to say and what to do. Here's the script for a play called "D.W. Gets Her Library Card." Characters:Arthur, Binky, Buster, D.W., Francine, Timmy Tibble, Tommy Tibble, Ms. TurnerCostumes:What to wear for each character.Props:Things you'll need for this play.Setting: (can also be know as a stage direction)This play takes place in the Reading Room of a library.(Francine, Binky, and Buster are reading. D.W. walks into the library and goes right to a table on which a Big Book is placed. Arthur follows her.)

  • D.W.- Arthur, look!It's my favorite book!It's big and it's pretty and it's all about frogs!Will you read it to me?Please, please, please, please, please?


Sample of play cont1

Sample of Play Cont.

  • ArthurNo, D.W. That's a baby book.I only read books for big kids.D.W.Then will you check it out for me with your library card?ArthurAre you kidding?!Do you know what would happen if my friends found out I checked out a baby book?D.W.What?ArthurThis!(He points to Francine, Binky, and Buster, who go to the center of the room.)FrancineHey guys!Arthur checked out a baby book on frogs!BusterI guess that makes him a baby!BinkyYeah. Or maybe even a baby frog! A tadpole!!Buster, Binky, and FrancineHA! HA! HA! HA! HA! HA! HA!(Buster, Binky, and Francine freeze.)

Guided Practice1. Look at the text and decide whether it is a play/drama (ask yourself)2. Read the text and understand what the play/drama is about3. Identify the different components of the drama/play, highlight the key components to a play/drama4. Answer the questions

3. Who does not have a library card?

A. Buster

B.Arthur

C. D.W

D. All of the above


Sample of a play4

Sample of a play

  • D.W. Gets Her Library Cardby Peter Hirsch The script tells the actors what to say and what to do. Here's the script for a play called "D.W. Gets Her Library Card." Characters:Arthur, Binky, Buster, D.W., Francine, Timmy Tibble, Tommy Tibble, Ms. TurnerCostumes:What to wear for each character.Props:Things you'll need for this play.Setting: (can also be know as a stage direction)This play takes place in the Reading Room of a library.(Francine, Binky, and Buster are reading. D.W. walks into the library and goes right to a table on which a Big Book is placed. Arthur follows her.)

  • D.W.- Arthur, look!It's my favorite book!It's big and it's pretty and it's all about frogs!Will you read it to me?Please, please, please, please, please?


Sample of play cont2

Sample of Play Cont.

  • ArthurNo, D.W. That's a baby book.I only read books for big kids.D.W.Then will you check it out for me with your library card?ArthurAre you kidding?!Do you know what would happen if my friends found out I checked out a baby book?D.W.What?ArthurThis!(He points to Francine, Binky, and Buster, who go to the center of the room.)FrancineHey guys!Arthur checked out a baby book on frogs!BusterI guess that makes him a baby!BinkyYeah. Or maybe even a baby frog! A tadpole!!Buster, Binky, and FrancineHA! HA! HA! HA! HA! HA! HA!(Buster, Binky, and Francine freeze.)

4. What kind of book does D.W want to have checked out for her?

A. The Best Thanksgiving Ever

B. Arthur’s Christmas

C. A book about snakes

D. A book about Frogs

Guided Practice1. Look at the text and decide whether it is a play/drama (ask yourself)2. Read the text and understand what the play/drama is about3. Identify the different components of the drama/play, highlight the key components to a play/drama4. Answer the questions


Sample of a play5

Sample of a play

  • D.W. Gets Her Library Cardby Peter Hirsch The script tells the actors what to say and what to do. Here's the script for a play called "D.W. Gets Her Library Card." Characters:Arthur, Binky, Buster, D.W., Francine, Timmy Tibble, Tommy Tibble, Ms. TurnerCostumes:What to wear for each character.Props:Things you'll need for this play.Setting: (can also be know as a stage direction)This play takes place in the Reading Room of a library.(Francine, Binky, and Buster are reading. D.W. walks into the library and goes right to a table on which a Big Book is placed. Arthur follows her.)

  • D.W.- Arthur, look!It's my favorite book!It's big and it's pretty and it's all about frogs!Will you read it to me?Please, please, please, please, please?


Sample of play cont3

Sample of Play Cont.

  • ArthurNo, D.W. That's a baby book.I only read books for big kids.D.W.Then will you check it out for me with your library card?ArthurAre you kidding?!Do you know what would happen if my friends found out I checked out a baby book?D.W.What?ArthurThis!(He points to Francine, Binky, and Buster, who go to the center of the room.)FrancineHey guys!Arthur checked out a baby book on frogs!BusterI guess that makes him a baby!BinkyYeah. Or maybe even a baby frog! A tadpole!!Buster, Binky, and FrancineHA! HA! HA! HA! HA! HA! HA!(Buster, Binky, and Francine freeze.)

Why do you infer D.W wants Arthur to read her the book?

She hates to read all books

B. D.W is going on a trip and needs to go

She cant read yet and wants Arthur to read it

D. She likes his voice

Guided Practice1. Look at the text and decide whether it is a play/drama (ask yourself)2. Read the text and understand what the play/drama is about3. Identify the different components of the drama/play, highlight the key components to a play/drama4. Answer the questions


Independent practice

Independent Practice

Terri and the Turkey

By Wade Bradford

Read the following Play/Drama and answer the questions


Plays drama for you to enjoy

Plays/Drama for you to enjoy

  • Temper, Temper by Bruce Lansky

  • The True Story of the Three Little Pigs

  • Scrooge, A Christmas Carol

  • There are many Plays/Dramas you can enjoy, in Middle School and High School they even offer classes for students who enjoy acting.


Why is it important to analyze characteristics of a drama

Why is it important to analyze characteristics of a drama?

To help you identify the different parts of a play/drama.

How can you identify if what you are reading is a drama/play?


Extension

Extension

  • Create your own short drama/play using:

ScriptThe script tells the actors what to say and what to do CharactersPlays the assigned part to the character (characters) they are acting as/likeSettingLocations where the drama/play take place (can be more then one location)ImageryEnables you to make a mind movie about what events are occurring in the scriptDialogueSpoken conversation spoken by two or more people.


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