How Do You Relate Dramatica Theory to Non-Dramatica Users?

Do you peeps out there have experiences of trying to relate Dramatica theory to non-Dramatica users? I realize that many standard terms used in the industry have different meanings in Dramatica. I mean, how do you explain a "beat" in Dramatica terms?
One of the nice things about Dramatica's (endless) terminology is that it gives a language to abstract story concepts. For example, if I refer to a Main Character, I know what that does and does not mean in Dramatica. In non-Dramatica-speak, it could mean a protagonist, a main character, a protagonist/main character, a "hero," a principle character in a story, and so on. In Dramatica, a main character is the character through whom the audience experiences the story. It is a perspective in the story that reveals the personal side of development, the "I" perspective. By the way, my guess is that a "beat" is generally used to describe a dramatic moment in a scene where something important happens. Dramatica-wise, this would be a place where the author weaves one or more story points together. It is structural only in the sense that it reveals character, plot, theme, and genre through aspects of the storyform. Otherwise it is only storytelling and not structurally (dramatically) significant.

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