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EDPS 5441 Prezi Kameron M.

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Poems, Drama, and Prose
Poems
Literary work in which special intensity is given to the expression of feelings and ideas by the use of distinctive style and rhythm
Drama
Prose
The ordinary language people use in speaking or writing. Unlike poetry and drama, prose is more formal and factual.
Reading Literature Standard 5:
Explain major differences between poems, drama, and prose, and refer to the structural elements of poems (e.g., verse, rhythm, meter) and drama (e.g., casts of characters, settings, descriptions, dialogue, stage directions) when writing or speaking about a text.
Verse
The grouping of words in a poetic composition.

For example:
Rhythm
Rhythm is the "flow" of the poem.
Just like musical lyrics, poetry will use
accents to place emphasis on certain
words or the ending of a sentence.
Meter
The way sentences are structured in poetry
is called meter. This is the pattern that
sentences follow throughout the poem.
A drama is a conflict that is acted out. Plays in
the theatre, tv shows, and movies are all
examples of drama.
Cast
The cast of a play or film is all
of the characters that are being
portrayed by actors.
Settings
The setting of a drama is where
it is taking place.
Descriptions
This is how an idea or theme is
related to the audience. It could
be through words, stage setup, lighting,
or through acting.
Dialogue
Dialogue is the conversation between
actors. It is the words that are written
for the play or movie.
Stage Directions
Stage directions are specific instructions
for actors to follow during their performance.
Stage directions can be written in the script
or given by the director.
Actors
The people acting out the drama
by pretending to be a character in
the play or film.
Director
The director instructs and collaborates with
the actors, musicians, and crew of a film or play.
He is responsible for overseeing the production.
Script
The script is the dialogue and
instructions for the drama.
Prose is used in every day conversations.
Non-fiction books and newspaper articles are both prose.
News broadcasts and talk shows
on television are examples
of people speaking in prose.
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