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HOW TO WRITE A PLAY SCRIPT USING DIALOGUE TECHNIQUE

HOW TO WRITE A PLAY SCRIPT USING DIALOGUE TECHNIQUE
HOW TO WRITE A PLAY SCRIPT USING DIALOGUE TECHNIQUE
HOW TO WRITE A PLAY SCRIPT USING DIALOGUE TECHNIQUE
HOW TO WRITE A PLAY SCRIPT USING DIALOGUE TECHNIQUE
HOW TO WRITE A PLAY SCRIPT USING DIALOGUE TECHNIQUE
HOW TO WRITE A PLAY SCRIPT USING DIALOGUE TECHNIQUE
HOW TO WRITE A PLAY SCRIPT USING DIALOGUE TECHNIQUE
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A script is a written version of a play. Script comes from the Latin scrībĕre, meaning "to write," and all its meanings have to do with something written.

Dialogue is one of those key elements of fiction that a lot of writers struggle with. It's difficult to make the things your characters say smack of real life—to convey the important details of the story without sounding forced or fake.

THIS RESOURCE INCLUDES:

1. Detailed Lesson Plan on Dialogue Writing for Play Script
2. Enchanted Shirt - Poem Text
3. Dialogue Writing - Photostory
4. Enchanted Shirt Worksheets 3
5. Play Script for Enchanted Shirt
6. Play Script Features
7. Play Script Rubrics
Total Pages
10 pages
Answer Key
Included with rubric
Teaching Duration
1 hour
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