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CSCS 3.10 The students will identify and describe dialogue, monologue, aside, soliloquy, etc.in a play/dramatic literature.
1. ACE #4 is next week (Tuesday or Friday) 2. Vocab 22 is next week (ten words) 3. RJ test (stage directions, foil, aside, dialogue, monologue, soliloquy) 4. Notebook check on Friday 5. Progress Reports will be input on Friday (ACE results will be included) 6. Vocab 21 quiz is cancelled today.
Turn to pg. 810 (Lines 60-68) in Act I Two volunteers will read the dialogue out loud What does this dialogue reveal about Benvolio and Tybalt? How are they different? This is an example of a _________ ________.
Foil – a character who provides a contrast to another character (opposites) Purspose is to create tension and conflict Example: Tybalt is the foil to Benvolio Practice: If a character were serious throughout a play, what characteristic would his foil have? Answer in a complete sentence.
What is a monologue? One character is speaking about their internal thoughts out loud A speech directed to another character(s) on stage and the speech may be about that character The audience is meant to hear as well
“Boy Band” Male Monologue The Jonas Brothers have nothing on me! I don’t even think they play their own instruments. I play electric bass and I’m actually pretty good. I’m starting my own band. I’m trying out names for us. I think those guys in the Naked Brothers Band have a stupid name. I’m thinking of “Fish and Chips” or “The Deodorants” or “The Paper Cuts!” What do you think? I’m kinda leaning towards “The Deodorants” only because some of the guys who want to be in the band could use some deodorant if you know what I mean??!! So are you gonna come and hear us?
In paragraph form, explain why “Boy Band” is considered a monologue. Give three good reasons with supporting evidence. Review (random selection) Reason #1: ? Reason #2: ? Reason #3: ?
“Television Star” female monologue I could see myself on TV one day. No, really, I could! Look at this face! This is a TV and movie type of face! I would want to be on a comedy- that’s for sure. I could be Hannah Montana’s sidekick or I could be a guest star on the Suite Life of Zack and Cody. That would be very cool. Or if I was on Zoey 101 I could be the girl in school who’s always on skates. That would be awesome—mainly because I love to skate! So make sure you watch, because you might see me on TV soon!
In paragraph form, explain why “Television Star” is considered a monologue. Give three good reasons with supporting evidence. Review (random selection) Reason #1: ? Reason #2: ? Reason #3: ?
What is a soliloquy? A character gives a speech alone on stage That character reveals his/her private thoughts or feelings The audience can hear this speech.
In paragraph form, compare and contrast a monologue to a soliloquy. Review (random selection)