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Lesson Plan Format for English: Teaching A Case of The Dumb Waiter

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Lesson Plan Format for English: Teaching A Case of The Dumb Waiter LESSON PLAN Level: Secondary                       Duration: 45 Minutes Title: The Dumb Waiter (Drama) Specific Objectives: – Complete the dialogue between Gus and Ben; – Write a summary of the drama. Teaching Materials: – Pictures showing different scenes in …

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A Raisin in the Sun: An Analysis

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A Raisin in the Sun: An Analysis Dramatist:      Lorraine Hansberry (1930-                         1965) Characters:      Walter Lee Younger (Lena’s son)                         Ruth (Walter’s wife)                         Lena (Mama)                         Beneatha (Walter’s sister)                         Asagai (African boy)                         George (Rich white man) Critically analyze the drama. Hansberry, born in USA, is a …

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Analysis of Alan Ayckbourn’s Mother Figure

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Analysis of Alan Ayckbourn’s Mother Figure: Dramatist:                Alan Ayckbourn Characters:       Lucy (Mother Figure)                         Rosemary (Terry’s wife)                         Terry                         Harry (Lucy’s husband) Critically analyze the drama ‘Mother Figure’. Mother Figure is a drama which is written by the American dramatist, Alan Ayckbourn. He spent his early days studying …

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Types of Drama

Types of Drama: Broadly, dramas are divided into three types: tragedy, comedy and tragicomedy. Nowadays, farce is also discussed as a kind of drama. Tragedy Cuddon (1991) defines tragedy as “a kind of protest, it is a cry of terror or complaint or rage or a anguish to and against …

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Elements of Drama

Elements of Drama: Generally, drama is a work of literature written to be performed on a stage by actors in which they take the role of characters, perform the indicated action, and utter the written dialogue. According to Jacobs (2001), drama is the art of representing the pleasure of others, …

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Interpretation of Prakash Subedi’s At the Temple

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Interpretation of Prakash Subedi’s At the Temple Writer:          Prakash Subedi Education:     M.A. in English Literature Nationality: Nepali Place:            Temple Time:             Mostly in the Morning The poem moves around the activities of worshippers and the priest in the location of the temple. Temple is the holy place …

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Summary of Homraj Acharya’s The Kerosene Stove

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Summary of Homraj Acharya’s The Kerosene Stove Writer:          Homraj Acharya Education:     A graduate of the University of Colorado (USA) Nationality: Nepali In this poem, a miserable life that faces a number of hurdles has been very wittily illustrated. Despondency, extreme poverty, unemployment, repression and struggle for survival have been …

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Krishna Bhusan Bal’s The Wind of Chaitra: Interpretation

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Krishna Bhusan Bal’s The Wind of Chaitra: Interpretation Writer:          Krishna Bhusan Bal Born:             2004 B.S. Nationality: Nepali Education:    B.A. Awards:        Pratibha Puraskar,                     Byathit Kabya Puraskar, etc. ‘The Wind of Chaitra’ analogically stands for the revolution of the people. The revolution destroys the established order of …

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