DNA - Language

Monologue
When there is only one person talking. e.g Leah
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Duologue
When there are two people talking. e.g Jan and Mark
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Rhetorical Question
A question that doesn't get an answer to create effect. e.g "Are you happy?"
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Stream of Consciousness
Style of writing that flows with the characters thoughts. e.g Leah's Monologues
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Incomplete sentences/hesitation
Follows a more natural way of speaking.
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Monosyllables
A single word. e.g Jan and Mark's duologues
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Empty/Filler Words
Words or phrases used in everyday speech and don't mean anything. e.g Jan and Mark - "I know" "I mean" "Really"
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Stage Directions
Explains what happens and characters reactions e.g "(Like its hilarious) [...]" - Brian
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Scene Order
A Street, A Field, A Wood and a A Field
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Hyperbole - Violence
Exaggeration. e.g "A crime" " A sin" "Catastrophe" "stupid" "evil - (Leah about her talking too much)
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Irony - Violence
"So kill me" - Leah
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Simile
"Like a soft blanket"
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Repetition
"Dead" and Danny going to dental college.
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Card 2

Front

When there are two people talking. e.g Jan and Mark

Back

Duologue

Card 3

Front

A question that doesn't get an answer to create effect. e.g "Are you happy?"

Back

Preview of the back of card 3

Card 4

Front

Style of writing that flows with the characters thoughts. e.g Leah's Monologues

Back

Preview of the back of card 4

Card 5

Front

Follows a more natural way of speaking.

Back

Preview of the back of card 5
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