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4 Since I'll be late for dinner, I will get a sandwich downtown.5. Whenever you make a promise, you must keep it.6. She can swim better than Bob can.7. Although I'd never been in the Martins' house before, I felt at home there.8. Since they left Cleveland, the Smiths have lived in three other cities.9. When you listen to music on the radio, do you hum along with it?10. You may have the job if you will work hard at it.49
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ENGLISH FOR CULTURAL LITERARY IVLESSON 9APPRECIATING MODERN DRAMA inENGLANDSKILLS in FOCUSa. Compare the elements of modern plays with those of Greek drama for better understanding and appreciation of dramab.Deduce the themes and messages of different playsc.Note details in the play that is readd.Present on a concept map the movement of the drama during the Elizabethan Agee. Cite Shakespeare’s talents that brought him fame as a dramatistPART II – LITERATURE: DRAMA of ENGLAND pp.149-169I.BUILDING WORD POWERMatch the type of play in column A with what is associated with such play in Column B. Write the letter only.AB ______1.mystery______2.miracle______3.realistic comedy______4.morality______5.satire 50
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ENGLISH FOR CULTURAL LITERARY IV______6.romantic love______7.masque______8.tragedy______9.comedy______10. blood- and-thunder tragedye.horrors, intriguef.good deeds vs. evilg.scenery, stage effect like operettah.espouse to rediculei.entirely biblical materialj.love motiveII. REFLECTION and DISCUSSION1. What are these Elizabethan Age, Shakespeare, Ben Jonson and others of His Time parts in the England’s Drama?Activity 1:Illustrate the events in the development of drama during the Elizabethan Age by presenting in a diagram form. Do this with your group, and draw this overview on cartolina. This will form part of the whole overview of the development of drama from the Middle Ages to the2othcentury.2. What is Restoration Starting Seventeenth Century?Activity 2:With your group, make a graphic overview of the Drama inEngland during the Restoration Period of the 17th century. Use the same format for the Elizabethan Age overview.3.Give insights about the Eighteenth Century and Romantic Revival.51
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ENGLISH FOR CULTURAL LITERARY IVActivity 3: With your group make a graphic overview of the late 19th century drama in England. Use the same format.4. How Late nineteenth century and twentieth century exist and partake in the drama in England?Activity 4:With your group, make a graphic overview of the late 19th– century and the 20th– century drama in England. Use the same graphic overview of previews periods.III.ENRICHMENTMake a research about the suggested readings in the different period of drama in England.
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