§110.14. English Language Arts and Reading,
(7) Reading/Comprehension of Literary Text/Drama. Students understand,
make inferences and draw conclusions about the structure and
elements of drama and provide evidence from text to support
their understanding. Students are expected to explain the elements
of plot and character as presented through dialogue in scripts
that are read, viewed, written, or performed.
Students will be able to:
(A) sequence and summarize
the plot's main events and explain their influence on future
the interaction of characters including their relationships
and the changes they undergo; and
whether the narrator or speaker of a story is first or third
I: C Layer
to the audiobook, can hear the story in any language but must
be 1st heard in English
The Wizard of OZ movie.
paragraph on Dorothy’s dream sequence.
Must be typed not handwritten. 10 pts.
your favorite chapter of The Wizard of OZ book.
Answer 5 questions (you choose)
10 pts. My choice = 15 pts.
a poster of 2 different friends that Dorothy can bring on her
journey. Include why and how they provide help
2 newspaper articles from the 1950’s or 60 are explaining the
dream to reality situation that happens in The Wizard of OZ.
Paste them on paper. Highlight important features.
The Wizard of OZ Play .Take notes and give me an oral summary.
in class Round Robyn discussion of the story
with a partner to make a mobile of the characters in the story,
describe what changes they went thru.
a current (this year) magazine or newspaper article that talks
about The Wizard of OZ. Give summary.
II: B Layer Choose only one
a model for Emerald City; be sure to emphasize any rules or
guidelines for the city. Be prepared to demonstrate your Emerald
city model to the class.
someone who has had to undergo an extensive journey to reach
a goal. Find out the necessary steps the person took
to reach the goal, did it affect the person and family?
a scene from the story, must demonstrate acting or singing abilities
III: A Layer Choose only one
an alternate ending to the story; will your ending be narrated
by you or someone else?
your opinion on the character of Dorothy, persuade me on whether
she should change or stay the same?
a letter to the author do you agree that a person should have
courage, brains, and a heart to reach happiness?
Express your morals and values to support your answer
= D 56-70 = C 71-85 = B 86+
and phone worth 5 points in “C” level)