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  • 1. MULTI-GENRE FINAL PROJECT NCVPS ENGLISH I
  • 2. A DEFINITION OF YOUR GENRE• According to The Free Dictionary.com, drama is:• A prose or verse composition, especially one telling a serious story, that is intended for representation by actors impersonating the characters and performing the dialogue and action.
  • 3. LITERARY EXAMPLES OF YOUR GENRE• In class, we read Romeo and Juliet• Other examples include: • Macbeth • Hamlet • Raisin in the Sun • A Midsummer Night’s Dream
  • 4. ELEMENTS/TERMS USED WITH THIS GENRE• Drama uses many elements unique to the genre: • Soliloquy • Monologue • Stage directions • Acts and scenes• It also has many elements used in other genres: • Conflict • Characters • Resolution • Plot • Resolution
  • 5. A VISUAL THAT ILLUSTRATES YOUR GENRE • This painting shows a scene similar to the one in Romeo and Juliet where the Capulets and the Nurse discover Juliet’s body • She’s not really dead, but rather is faking her own death in order to be with Romeo
  • 6. A VIDEO OR AUDIO CLIP THAT RELATES TO YOUR GENRECLICK ON THE PICTURE TO WATCH THIS SLIDESHOW OF PICTURES ASSOCIATED WITH ROMEO AND JULIET