A printable PDF handout for drama, theatre or English students to fill in after reading a play in class, using Aristotle's Elements of Drama to analyze the play.
I use this handout when I have my students read the one act plays "Trifles" by Susan Glaspell and "The Old Lady Shows Her Medals" by James M. Barrie, but it can be used with plays by any playwright from any time period
It is important for all theatre students to read some plays to understand how much imagination goes into bringing a play onto the stage. This worksheet will help students analyze plays in an easy, but also historic way. =)
After reading the play and using the worksheet, you could hold a discussion
about the play, allowing students to use their answers to help them formulate comments. You could also have students use their answers to write a formal essay
about the play (I have my advanced theatre students do this).
This download includes:
Printable 1 Page Version (1 play per side, print double-sided)
Printable 2 Page Version (includes more space for writing)
A .pdf file of each version for easy printing
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