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SIX ELEMENTS OF DRAMA. According to Aristotle. ‘Drama’ is a Greek word with two meanings. The First - “ACTION” The Second – “TO DO” Tragedy was considered the highest form of drama. 1 st Element of Drama. PLOT What happens in the play???. So what kind of things happen in the play?.

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six elements of drama

SIX ELEMENTS OF DRAMA

According to Aristotle

drama is a greek word with two meanings
‘Drama’ is a Greek word with two meanings
  • The First - “ACTION”
  • The Second – “TO DO”
  • Tragedy was considered the highest form of drama
1 st element of drama
1st Element of Drama
  • PLOT
      • What happens in the play???
so what kind of things happen in the play
So what kind of things happen in the play?
  • Exposition (the set up)
  • Inciting Incident (what begins the conflict)
  • Conflict and Complications
  • Crisis
  • Resolutions
  • Catharsis
2 nd element
2nd Element
  • The Characters
    • The people in the play
    • Don’t forget Rosalyn.
      • This also includes people you only hear about.
3 rd element
3rd Element
  • Theme
    • The message the author is trying to convey to the audience.

Here’s a secret, whenever you read something, you also become the

‘author’ of the work’s meaning.

4 th element

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4th Element
  • Music
    • Instruments
    • Singing
    • Use of language
      • Iambic pentameter
        • The “buBumbumBums”

“Thou knowest the mask of night is on my face,” (R&J Act 2 sc. 2 line 90)

5 th element
5th Element
  • Spectacle
  • Lighting
  • Sounds
  • Costumes
  • Combat
  • Special effects and more.
6 th element
6th Element
  • LANGUAGE
  • Metaphor
  • Symbol
  • Simile
  • Foreshadowing
  • Personification
  • Alliteration
  • Allusion
  • Onomatopoeia
  • Humor
in conclusion
In Conclusion
  • Read this…
  • I am going to give you a hand out.
  • Take time tonight to compare your cornel notes with the handout, make sure you have all the information. Also read the reverse side.
  • There is going to be a quiz on this tomorrow…prepare for it, if you are prepared it will be good for you. (keep reading)
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