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    • Six Elements
      • 1. Plot
      • 2. Character
      • 3 Thought
      • 4. Diction
      • 5. Music
      • 6. Spectacle
    • Plot
      •  Aristotle called this the "the life and soul of the drama."
      • Most important of six elements
      • "the arrangement of the incidents"
      • The plays plot consists of the selected incidences and their sequence
      • B eginning, middle and end
    • Character
      •  "the agent for the action"
      • Makes the action possible
      • We recognize characters by what they do
        • Actors are the “doers” of the character's actions
    • Thought
      •  Meaning of the play
      • The message
      • What is the universal truth of the play?
        • What is the message of a film or play you have seen?
    • Diction
      • Order of the words
      • Vocabulary
        • Are you all right?
          • O'wite?
        • What's up?
          • Wassup?
    • Music
      •  Everything we hear
      • S ound effects
      • Music
      • Actors voices
            • Leather shoes on the wooden stage
    • Spectacle
      • What we see on stage
        • Least important to Aristotle for tragedy.
        • Do we need to see comedy?
    • Can you apply the Six Elements?
      • 1. Plot
      • 2. Character
      • 3 Thought
      • 4. Diction
      • 5. Music
      • 6. Spectacle