Structural Elements Worksheets To Print:
Types of Poetry –
We go over all the main forms of poetry and work on style identification.
Why Did You
Write That? – Most prose is meant to inform or explain, persuade,
entertain, or describe something to its audience. Sometimes it can
do a combination of these things.
of Nonfiction – Read the passages and then on the next page,
identify the lead, the main idea, the supporting details and the conclusion.
of Drama – Use the words in the box at the bottom of the page
to fill in the blank for each sentence.
or Tragedy? – Read the brief descriptions of famous plays and
see if you can identify whether they are comedies (C) or tragedies
in Drama – Read the partial script. Then fill in the missing
lines for the chorus, providing information that will help the audience
to better understand what is going on.
Drama – It's time for rehearsal! Read what's going on in each
scene, and decide whether the actors are rehearsing a play, a skit,
an opera, a musical or a monologue.
Prose, Drama In Action – Each passage below has had its formatting
removed. Judging just from the words, identify whether the passage
is poetry, prose or drama, and why.