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Audio Dramatization Process Preproduction • Outline the story • Identify key scenes and characters • Compose script (employing the writing process: prewriting, writing, editing, revising) • Choose any sound effects • Practice the script Production • Set-up equipment (including anything needed for sound effects) • Record the segment in short segments • If working online, save often! Postproduction • Edit the audio as necessary • If working online, add any additional music or sound effects • Review the completed recording • Publish or share the final piece Autobiography Rubric Excellent Good Fair Needs Work 9-10 8 7 6 or below Autobiography Autobiography Autobiography Autobiography Autobiography is complete is at least 5 is 4 is 3 paragraph is 2 or less and is a paragraphs paragraphs paragraphs minimum of 5 paragraphs Autobiography Autobiography Autobiography Autobiography Autobiography contains the covers the covers the covers 70% of covers less required years from majority of the the elements than 70% of elements birth until elements but the elements present and not all of them has at least 5 items of personal data. Autobiography Autobiography Autobiography Autobiography Autobiography is organized is organized is organized tries to be doesn’t and flows and flows somewhat, organized and attempt to be effectively effectively but could flow flow but does organized or better not succeed flow Autobiography Autobiography Autobiography Autobiography Autobiography is neat with no is neat and is neat, but is not neat is not neat spelling or spelling and there are 3- 5 and 5-10 and there are grammar grammar are errors in errors in more than 10 errors correct spelling and spelling and errors in grammar grammar spelling and grammar Autobiography Autobiography Autobiography Autobiography is original and is original attempts to be does not Autobiography creatively creatively original and attempt to be wasn’t turned compiled compiled creative, but original or in could be creative better Travel Itinerary Next Stop – Character Traits, Connecticut The people of Character Traits, Connecticut welcome you to our unique community. We pride ourselves on our exciting and thriving metropolis. We also boast the greatest number of character traits around! If it exists, we have it here. Day 1 Our Tour starts on Respect Road. It is one of the nicest roads in town. Where everybody is courteous and an uncivil word is never spoken. Sadly, the population is dwindling. We have people that want to visit, but too often find themselves somewhere else. Are You a Respectful Person? A True / False self evaluation I treat other people the way I want to be treated. I am considerate of other people. I treat people with civility, courtesy, and dignity. I accept personal differences. I work to solve problems without violence. I never intentionally ridicule, embarrass, or hurt other people. I think I am/am not a respectful person because: Day 2 Today is a free day for you. You can choose to tour other character traits such as Tolerance, integrity, Discipline, understanding. Choose to explore one or more of these places on the internet, through in Search of Character Videos, or though books in the library. Have fun and share what you learn with others. Travel Itinerary Next Stop – Culture Canada The people of Culture, Canada give you a warm and hearty welcome Day 1 You are the most welcome guest of Rosella Goodwill Archdale. She has written The Cooking Spirit. She will spend some time talking with you and telling you about her culture. At the end, she’s prepared a delicious meal. Enjoy! The Cooking Spirit By Rosella Goodwill Archdale My name is Rosella Goodwill Archdale. The name Goodwill comes from my father’s lineage and it is pronounced in the Dakota way, we say Tawaci Waste. My mother and father come from two different Dakota, Lakota campfires. My father’s people migrated from Minnesota with the traditional chief, Standing Buffalo, and they migrated to Canada during the Minnesota Uprising. And my mother’s lineage comes from Sitting Bull. I am full-blood Lakota from my mother’s lineage, and full- blood Dakota from my father’s lineage. Good morning, this is Sunday morning. And my son and I are preparing a traditional meal to honor our friends. It’s all the food we’ve harvested from all last year, the summer; the spring, summer. Mint is usually the first thing I gather, and it’s a real lot higher. We leave the roots in the ground so that it will multiply. If you have a very sore throat and you’re walking through country, you chew the purple flowers. Then your sore throat will be gone in a few minutes and it miraculously opens your sinuses! So to smell this as we’re preparing tea is a good thing because it brings back a flood of memories of how many times we’ve made tea for how many occasions. Wild onions are the second thing we gather. Because this is in May, onions are in June. And then come the turnips, the timsula—you see that hanging on a wall, this is a lot of food. This is the dry meat. It’s broken down. But usually my son and I slice it very thin. It’s our therapy work and we take our time and we talk. We dry all these pieces. Everything is sun-dried. There’s no quick drying method. That’s the thing we’re trying to go back to. Bring all this cooking back. Grow squash, grow pumpkins. These are the things I used to eat as a kid and I really believe that we have to go back to that. No modern chemicals, this is good eating. June is when we gather all the June berries, the service berries. I crushed cherries since I could remember. All my children, my son, all my foster kids, my nieces, nephews, everybody crushes berries. So we keep the tradition alive, and the spirits of the stone and the things my mother taught us and we remember the stories. So by the time we will eat, you feel the spirits of everyone back with us. So now we’ll go back to the pots! This corn was soaked and you have a little hominy. Washdapi, the Dakota call it. I’m not sure how to say it in any other language. That’s the soup we grew up with, corn soup. Washdapi—corn—and you can see the pieces of meat and white hominy. This has been boiling for 4 hours. As Indians, we have our values and customs and traditions and one of them is you can’t taste the food. We can’t taste the food because we didn’t offer it to the spirits yet. The spirits eat first, then we eat. We on earth eat last. “Guwa bi mnuna”, it means bread, ground bread, or the art of grinding wheat for the bread. I was very, very fortunate to have my mother, my grandmothers, all my relatives who taught us the skills of gardening, cooking, preserving, everything, so our families never went hungry. We had an overabundance to share with everyone. I feel the cooking spirit today, which is good. So when we eat, and say our prayer, it will all be a good thing. These are the buffalo berries that have been dried, and soaked overnight. As a traditional cook, your hands are as valuable as your utensils and stuff because you always use your hands. All this is done by the slight of hand, the slight of time! When you’re cooking, you really have to stand here. You can’t leave. This is your job that you picked for the day and you ask the Great Spirit, Creator, to stand with you and help you stand here and cook, it will work out. This is ready! Our honorary dinner. Voila! Now that’s a good thing. Now that’s what I call a good thing. Hot piping bread, soup, bread and soup, and all the berries and oven bread and lots of tea to wash it down with. Get ready to eat! Do a 1 paragraph quick write about how you believe food and family connect. Day 2 Next, we drop in on someone that knows YOUR culture and heritage. It is your _______________________. It’s always great spending time with relatives and sharing stories. Have a great day with your relative! a What is your name and do you know how you came to have that name? b What kinds of things did your family do for fun? c What kind of responsibilities (work or chores) did you do? d What is your favorite funny family story? e What was your favorite food that was prepared in your family? f Did your family have a special tradition? g Do you remember any story that your parents told you that would be oral history that has been passed down from generation to generation? h Do you know any family recipes that have been handed down to you? i What kinds of songs did you learn from your parents? j Do you ever use any remedies or medicines for illness that your family considers more effective than today’s medicine? k Did you have any traditions or celebrations that were held at holidays or special times? l What did you do for entertainment when you were my age? m What kinds of fads do you remember? n What were your favorite games and/or toys? o.How did your clothing at my age compare to my clothing today? p What do you remember most about discipline in your family? q Compare transportation when you were my age to my transportation today. r Describe any items that you or other family members have that have been handed down through generations of the family. s What is your favorite story about you and/or your family? Standard Rubric for Free Write assignments Excellent Good Fair 9-10 7-8 6 and below Student followed the instructions of the assignment Free write had well thought out logic and made sense. Free write had good grammar and mechanics Travel Itinerary First Stop – History, Hawaii! Aloha! The beautiful people of History, Hawaii want to welcome all of the visitors to our beautiful island. May you find joy, peace and harmony during your visit. Day 1 The first stop is Birth Boulevard. Where hopes and dreams are created. Enjoy the ride below. If you include pictures with each of the questions, you will receive the max points indicated in parentheses. If you picture, you will receive 1/2 credit. Bonus points are available on some questions. I was born in the year __________ Who was the President and Vice President of the United States the year you were born? (5 pts each with picture) 5 bonus points if you list their political party. Who won the Nobel Peace Prize and why was he/she chosen? (5 pts) What were 3 major events that happened the year you were born? (15 pts) What was the academy award winner for best picture? (5 pts) 5 bonus points if you can list the top grossing film that year. Who were the champs for: NBA Finals, World Series, Super Bowl? (15 pts) 5 bonus points if you can list the Stanley cup champion also. What was one of the popular TV shows that year? (5 pts) What song was #1 on Billboard the longest that year? (5 pts) 5 bonus points if you list the singer of that song. What was a popular car that year (5 pts) What was a popular fashion trends? (5 pts) Who was a top musical group? (5 pts) Who were the top singers? (5 pts) Who was a top actor? (5 pts) Who was a top actress? (5 pts) What was a best selling book and who was the author? (5 pts) Day 2 Next stop on our tour of History, Hawaii is Childhood Court where you will catch a quick glimpse into “you” as a child based on your own memories and perceptions. If you include pictures with each of the questions, you will receive 5 points each. If you do not include a picture, you will receive 1/2 credit. Bonus points are available on some questions. 1) Where did you live from Birth through 5 years old? (5 points) 2) What is your earliest memory? (5 points) 3) What was your favorite toy? (5 points) 4) Who was your favorite person to play with? (5 points) 5) What do you remember being scared of? (5 points) 6) Who watched you during the day? Daycare, babysitter, parents, grandparents, etc… (5 points) 7) Do you stay in touch with the person that watched you during the day today? (5 points) 8) What are the most memorable things you remember about that time up until you went to school? (5 points) Bonus questions to be answered by parent, guardian or relative. (12 points each.) 1) How would they describe your disposition as a child? 2) What were your first words? 3) What were your favorite things to do as a child? 4) What were you scared of? 5) Who were you closest to as a child. Any additional comments? Day 2 continued Welcome to Elementary Estuary. This is a quick tour of elementary school (ages 6-10 or 11) based on your own perceptions If you include pictures with each of the questions, you will receive 5 points per question. If you do not include a picture, you will receive 1/2 credit. Bonus points are available on some questions. 1) Did you like school when you went to the first grade? 2) What was your first grade teacher’s name? 3) Where did you go after school? 4) What was your favorite subject in elementary school? 5) Who were your best friends in elementary school? 6) Who were your heroes in elementary school? 7) What were your favorite things to do? 8) What did you fear in elementary school? 9) What did you want to be when you grew up? 10) What were the most memorable things you remember about elementary school. Bonus questions to be answered by parent, guardian or relative. (10 points each) 1) How would they describe your disposition in elementary school? 2) What were you like? 3) What kind of comments did teachers make about you? 4) What were your favorite things to do in elementary school? 5) What were you scared of in elementary school? 25 point bonus question if student can tell me what an Estuary is. Day 2 continued Next Stop on the tour: Junior High Jamboree. A rootin’ tootin’ boot stomping glimpse into “you” when you were in Junior high (not that long ago!). If you include pictures with each of the questions, you will receive 5 points per question. If you do not include a picture, you will receive 1/2 credit. Bonus points are available on some questions. 1) What were your favorite subjects in school? 2) Who were your best friends? 3) What kind of extra curricular activities did you participate in? 4) Who were some of your favorite teachers and why? 5) Where did you go after school? 6) Who were your heroes in Junior High? 7) What were your favorite things to do in junior high 8) What were things you feared in Junior High 9) What were your goals? 10) What did you want to be when you grew up? Bonus questions to be answered by parent, guardian or relative. (10 points each) 1) How would they describe your disposition in Junior High school? 2) What were you like? 3) What kind of comments did teachers make about you? 4) What were your favorite things to do in Junior High school? 5) What were you scared of in Junior High school? 25 bonus points if you can accurate tell me what a Jamboree is. Interview / Article Rubric Excellent Good Fair Needs Work 9-10 8 7 6 or below Article Article Article is Article is None of the includes Title, includes Title, missing 1 missing 2 elements are Name, Date Name, Date element elements there Article is Article is Article is Article needs Article has descriptive descriptive somewhat more virtually no and full of and full of descriptive description description or detail detail and has some and detail detail detail Article has a Article has a Article has a Article doesn’t Article has a strong lead strong lead good lead but have a very terrible lead that grabs that grabs isn’t good lead. readers readers necessarily a grabber Article Article Article has It’s hard to Article has no includes includes only a few find quotes in quotes quotations quotations quotations the article but from the from the there’s at person being person being least one interviewed interviewed Article Article Article has Article has Article has no contains the contains the some voice very little voice voice of the voice of the voice writer writer Article is neat Article is neat Article is Article could Article is not and organized and organized somewhat be neater or neat or and flows and flows neat and more organized at good good somewhat organized all organized. Article has Article has Article has 5 Article has 10 Article has good spelling good spelling or less errors or less errors more than 10 and grammar and grammar errors Letter Rubric Excellent Good Fair Needs Work 9-10 8 7 6 or below Letter should Letter is 5 Letter is 4 Letter is 3 Letter is less be 5 complete paragraphs paragraphs paragraphs than 3 paragraphs paragraphs Letter has an Letter has an Letter does Letter has at Letter does introduction, a introduction, a not have all of least one of not have any conclusion conclusion the elements, the elements of the and 3 and 3 but has most elements paragraphs paragraphs that contain at that contain at least one least one specific item specific item Letter is Letter is Letter is Letter tries to Letter doesn’t organized and organized and organized be organized attempt to be flows flows somewhat, and flow but organized or effectively effectively but could flow does not flow better succeed Letter is neat Letter is neat Letter is neat, Letter is not Letter is not and spelling and spelling but there are neat and there neat and there and grammar and grammar less than 5 are less than are more than are correct are correct errors in 5 errors in 5 errors in spelling and spelling and spelling and grammar grammar grammar Poem Rubric Excellent Good Fair Needs Work 9-10 8 7 Poem is All 10 lines There are 10 There are at There are less complete are complete. lines, but they least 8 lines than 8 lines Poem follows are not the criteria set complete Spelling and Spelling and There are 1 or There are 3 or There are grammar are grammar are 2 errors 4 errors more than 5 correct correct errors Presentation Rubric Excellent Good Fair Needs Work 9-10 8 7 6 or below Presentation Presentation Presentation Presentation None of the includes Title, includes Title, is missing 1 is missing 2 elements are Name, Date Name, Date element elements there Presentation Presentation Presentation Presentation Presentation is information is information is entertaining is somewhat is not and and and entertaining, entertaining or entertaining entertaining somewhat not very information and uses a and uses a informative. informative and shows no method method There shows and shows effort. authorized in authorized in some effort at little effort at class. It class. It student student reflects true reflects true attempting to attempting to effort by the effort at learn about learn about student to learning more themselves themselves learn about about and their and their themselves yourself. culture culture and their culture. Presentation Presentation Presentation Presentation Presentation is neat with no is neat and is neat, but is not neat is not neat spelling or spelling and there are 3- 5 and 5-10 and there are grammar grammar are errors in errors in more than 10 errors correct spelling and spelling and errors in grammar grammar spelling and grammar Presentation Presentation Presentation Presentation Presentation is original and is original and attempts to be does not wasn’t turned creatively creatively original and attempt to be in compiled and compiled and creative, but original or worthy to be worthy to be could be creative passed down passed down better to their to their children children Standard Reflective Rubric Excellent Good Fair Needs Work 9-10 8 7 6 and below Paper Paper is Paper is Student Student development well partially tried to didn’t developed developed develop attempt to and but is not a ideas but develop complete well the paper is ideas into a developed not whole or complete whole. complete whole There may be gaps or uneven parts. Organization Paper is The paper An order Paper is clearly is in order was completely organized but lacks attempted, disorganized some flow but organization is lacking. Word choice Writer use Writer uses Writers Writer uses and tone effective somewhat doesn’t poor or word good word attempt to wrong word choice, style choice, but use good choice and it and tone lacks in word choice lacks in tone tone and it lacks in tone Grammar There are There are 3 There are 5 There are 6 and Spelling no spelling or less or less or more or spelling or spelling or spelling or grammatical grammar grammar grammar errors errors errors errors. War of the Worlds Web Resources Radio's War of the Worlds Broadcast (1938) http://members.aol.com/jeff1070/wotw.html This site reproduces a New York Times article that reports on the listeners’ response to the famous broadcast as well as the script of the original broadcast. The Mercury Theatre on the Air http://www.mercurytheatre.info/ In addition to audio files of Mercury Theatre broadcasts, this collection includes a brief history of The Mercury Theatre, and a complete show list. “War of the Worlds”: Behind the 1938 Radio Show Panic http://news.nationalgeographic.com/news/2005/06/0617_050617_war worlds.html This National Geographic article explains the stories behind the famous radio broadcast. The War of the Worlds, from the Museum of Hoaxes http://www.museumofhoaxes.com/war_worlds.html The Museum of Hoaxes outlines historical and cultural information that helps explain how the hoax was believable by Americans in 1938. The War of the Worlds Broadcast http://iml.jou.ufl.edu/projects/Spring05/Wilson/hoaxes.html This hypertext project outlines background on the broadcast and the reasons that listeners panicked in response.
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