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  1. 1. Script
  2. 2. Types of ScriptsComics Performing Arts Recorded Media
  3. 3. DEFINITION ANDIMPORTANCE OFTHE SCRIPT
  4. 4.  The soul of the Play Denotes the flow of the conversation between the characters Helps in comprehension of the audience about the characters. The literary part of the playIt serves as a blue print of the play.
  5. 5. HOW TO MAKE AGOOD SCRIPT
  6. 6. • The first thing to think about whenpreparing a script is to put yourself in the audience’s shoes.–Theme–Make an outline–Make the story • Characters • Plot • Dialogue
  7. 7. PLOT• Classifications of the plot – Episodic: Episodic plots involve episodes: several events are linked together with each event or “episode” containing a possible climax. – Rising Action: This plot contains a conflict, tension, and climax to resolve the conflict. – Quest: This type involves an adventurer who sets off on a journey and reaches a goal. – Transformation: In this variety of plot, a person changes character because of an experience. – Revenge or Justice: In a revenge story, a bad thing happens, but eventually everything works out evenly.
  8. 8. PLOT• Exposition • It is an introduction to the setting and characters.• Conflict • This struggle or conflict can be anything from a concept in one person’s head to a battle between characters – Complications » make the conflict even more interesting.• Climax • The climax happens when the conflict is resolved in some way.
  9. 9. By:Geraldine Patricia CanaValerie DuriasDianne Nicole EsquivelCharmaine Michelle Lacson

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