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why every short story and novel can be adapted into a drama script explain the reason

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This is the first of four TVRI answer questions on June 4, 2021 for SD grade 4 6

Today Thursday 4 June 2021 Elementary School Grade 4 6 will study material about Introduction to Drama.

Elementary school students in grades 4-6 will learn about short stories and novels and how to turn a short story or novel into a drama script.

Elementary school students in grades 4-6 will also learn about characterizations, plots and dialogues in a drama script.

And after understanding how to make good and correct drama scripts from short stories and novels, it is hoped that grade 4 6 elementary students can make one scene from a drama script adapted from a short story or novel that has been made.

Here is Fingka.com a complete summary of TVRI’s answer keys on June 4, 2021 for elementary school grades 4-6

It is hoped that the questions and answers for TVRI 4 June 2021 class 4 6 can be used by parents at home

Here are the complete details of TVRI Questions and Answers on June 4, 2021 regarding the subject of Introduction to Drama

1. Why can every short story and novel be adapted into a drama script? Explain why!

ANSWER :

Short stories and novels can be adapted into drama scripts because basically, short stories and novels that have been made have formed a complete and complete storyline structure so that story ideas can be poured into short stories and novels into drama scripts, the next thing we have to do is just just write the dialogue so that it becomes a complete drama script.

2. How to turn a short story or novel into a drama script?

ANSWER :

The way to turn a short story or novel into a drama script is to first understand the content of the story from the short story or novel well, then we can start by changing the events that occur and what is in a short story or novel into dialogue. We can choose interesting events in short stories or novels and then turn them into dialogues between characters in the drama we want to make.

3. In making a drama script, it is necessary to understand 3 important elements, namely characterization, plot, and dialogue. Make 1 scene from a drama script adapted from a short story or novel by applying these 3 elements!

Characterization is the way the author presents the characters in the story so that the character or nature of the characters can be known.

Plot is a structure of a series of events in a story that is arranged chronologically, another meaning of plot is a series of stories from the beginning to the end.

Example 1 drama script scene by applying characterizations, plots and dialogues:

Title : Old Man Garbage Collector

The veranda of the house has a set of chairs. It’s still early. Near the chair Ra kissed mother’s hand, while Fathia, Tary, and Rita waited in the front yard.

Ra: (let go of mother’s hand) “Ra go Mom” ​​(run to her friend)
Mother: “Yes, be careful on the road (mother enters)
Ra, Fathia, Tary, and Rita walk and meet the old man stirring the trash

Ra: (covers nose) “Oh, it smells really bad”
Rita : “Yes, I want to throw up”
Tary : “Eh, isn’t that the second-hand garbage from our house too?”
Fathia : “But we want to pass. The old man should stop first so the smell doesn’t sting.”
Ra: “Yeah, let’s just run, let’s go through the garbage cart! So you don’t smell it.”
Ra, Fathia, Tary, Rita : “Come on!” (simultaneously running laughing)

4. Write down the character of each character in the drama Story of Scavengers and Meatball Sellers!

ANSWER :

Scavenger Characters: Patient, honest, kind, helpful
Meatball Seller’s Character: Cheerful, generous
Child’s character: Easily angry, nosy, smart, irresponsible

That’s the summary of TVRI’s Answer Keys dated June 4, 2021 for SD grade 4 6. Hopefully the questions and answers for TVRI 2 June 2021 grade 4 6 above can be useful for parents of students at home.

The subject matter for Friday 5 June 2021 Elementary School Grade 4 6 will learn about Data Presentation from a Love of Mathematics with Mr. Ridwan.

The following is a grid of TVRI Questions on Friday June 5, 2021 that can be used and studied at home

  • The following is data on the number of patients attending the Puskesmas for one week: Monday 35 people; Tuesday 20 people; Wednesday 22 people; Thursday 15 people; Friday 35 people; and Saturday 15 people. What is the ratio of the number of participants before Wednesday and after Thursday? Make a data table and explain it!
  • The following is Pak Seto’s harvest data from January to May: January 30 kg; February 25 kg; March 45 kg; April 50 kg. If the amount
    Pak Seto’s total rice yield was 185 kg, what was his rice yield in May? Make it in the form of a bar chart!
  • The following is data on the interest of 180 students in four extracurricular activities at the school: 90° Sound Art; Dance 60°; 35 students like Karate;
    and the rest like Pencak Silat. One student said that the most interested extracurricular is Voice Arts. Do you agree? Explain and make a pie chart!

We will always provide the latest updates for the TVRI Answer Key on June 5, 2021 tomorrow so that it can be used again by parents at home.

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