The Literary Conventions of Drama

IB English A Literature: The Literary Conventions of Drama

Even if they have only ever attended one or two plays, students will already know a great deal about the conventions of drama and will take many of them for granted. Therefore, it is the teacher"s job to transform this latent awareness into an explicit understanding of how a playwright writes in order to determine certain outcomes in the theatre.When the audience "reads" the play on stage they do so with this same unspoken...

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Comments 3

chuck henry 16 March 2018 - 10:08

Gentlemen, the link to the BBC clip from Midsummer gives me a message that reads "sorry, this clip is not available." Do you know why?

Mark Beverley 16 March 2018 - 12:53

It looks to me as though it has been taken offline. This sometimes happens with the BBC. We will look around to see if it is available elsewhere. Sorry!

chuck henry 17 March 2018 - 03:04

Thanks Mark

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