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Recognizing Elements of Performance Literature: A Streetcar Named Desire

Unit 5: The Elements of Drama: A Streetcar Named Desire
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Objective: SWBAT make strategic use of digital media in presentations to enhance understanding of findings and reasoning in order to recognize the differences between drama and other sources of performance literature.

Big Idea: Stella's groove moves in Tennessee Williams' classic.

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English / Language Arts, radio broadcasts, textual evidence, Theater, audience, elements of drama, performance, drama, stage
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