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Characterization in Drama

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Misti Dickerson

on 22 September 2014

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Characterization in Drama
Reading Goal
Students analyze how playwrights reveal their characters, both protagonists and antagonists, through dialogue and staging.

Vocabulary
dialogue - conversations between characters (the main source of information about what is happening) - WORDS

Staging – reveals the setting, time, and place of the play and helps create the mood

Protagonist – the story’s main character

Antagonist – a character who opposes the protagonist

Activity
From “Kindertransport” p. 883
Character Log - Eva


Activity
From "Kindretransport" Story Map
Draw Chart
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