Writing a One Act Play – A Two Week Unit

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A Two Week Unit

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  3. I am also new, and I could sense a big gap in this genre. It is due to my prior education and it’s culture. My question is: is it a play a student will make up from the scratch or they will choose from plays they studied in literature?

    Thank you

    1. The play is to be written by the students for readers to act out on stage. The play can be based on a story the students have read, something the students have seen, experienced or imagined. The goal of the writing is recreate dialogue or conversations that reveals character motivation and advances the plot or action of the conflict. What is the problem to be solved in the play? Who are the characters who will be on stage? What will they say to help the audience understand what is happening between them?

      If you have more questions, just ask.

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