Welcome to the Ultimate Monologue Lesson Plan collection! This is part two of a three-part series featured only on Drama Notebook. In Part Two, students focus on character and setting. Students learn observation skills and develop a deeper understanding of how a playwright uses setting to help them create dynamic characters in a monologue.
The Ultimate Monologue Lesson Plan (all three parts) may be used to teach an entire semester on monologues, or used for a one-week intensive study. The material is designed to be flexible enough to suit the particular needs of you classroom and schedule.
- Five printable handouts
- Powerful and detailed exercises that will help your students create more realistic characters
- In-depth instruction on recognizing and creating character arcs
- Lesson on the importance of setting to a monologue
- Three detailed ideas for homework activities
- Extremely fun lesson on the importance of observation in acting and writing
- And much more!
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