Reading drama is like reading the lines from a movie but not being able to see anything. We must listen to what people say and how they say things. Also, we must learn the following:
  • how the characters feel toward one another
  • what basic character traits we can learn about the characters
  • what actions the characters take
  • how to explain the feelings/motivations of characters based on what the characters say, think, and/or do

Use this file to learn how to analyze drama.
Drama Analysis Worksheet and Activity.pdf

Use this blank analysis worksheet to analyze more drama.
Drama Analysis Worksheet Blank with Instructions.pdf

Take this Drama Vocabulary quiz to see what you know about drama: http://www.proprofs.com/quiz-school/story.php?title=drama-vocabulary-quiz

Online GED Prep books at Google books:
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GED Drama Practice Quiz Online


How to understand and read a poem.

1. Poems often tell us what their main message is in the very ending lines. Read the top five lines of this poem. Then read the bottom lines. How does the message change in the poem change?

2. Does the person speaking in the poem sound happy, sad, weak, strong, angry, sarcastic, loving?

Time Somebody Told Me

Time Somebody Told Me
That I am lovely, good and real
That I am beautiful inside
If they only knew
How that would make me feel.

Time Somebody Told Me
That my mind is quick, sharp
and full of wit
That I should keep on trying
and never quit.

Time Somebody Told Me
How they loved and needed me
How my smile is filled with hope
and my spirit sets them free
How my eyes shine, full of light
How good they feel when they hug me tight.

Time Somebody Told Me

So, I had a talk with myself
Just me, nobody else
'cause it was time
Somebody Told Me.

Quantedius Hall, "son of Reality," age 12
From You Hear Me?






Poetry 180

Similes and Metaphors
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