This presentation is an introduction to drama for high school students. It includes an overview of what drama looks like on the page, as well as twenty pages of key dramatic terms, with examples drawn from Shakespeare's plays, and challenge questions to keep students engaged. A graphic organizer with student-friendly sized boxes is included to help students take notes. A black-and-white printable version of the lecture, as well as completed notes, are also provided.
Structural analysis of the opening page of "Romeo and Juliet"
Flat / Round Character
Static / Dynamic Character