Lesson 5 Comparing and Contrasting Characters in Drama

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Theme Familiar Characters Lesson 5, Think What have you learned about comparing and contrasting characters. How are the boy and girl in the cartoon similar and different What do they. say and do Use the Venn diagram to compare and contrast the characters. Girl Only Boy Only,Traits Traits,Confident organized Unsure disorganized. Actions Interactions Actions Interactions,Talk Share your Venn diagram with a partner. hat details from the cartoon did you use to compare and contrast. the boy and the girl, ow did your comparison help you better understand each character. How do you think the characters will interact next. Curriculum Associates LLC Copying is not permitted. Academic Talk, Use these words and phrases to talk about the text.
compare contrast drama,stage directions dialogue, Lesson 5 Comparing and Contrasting Characters in Drama 93. Modeled and Guided Instruction,Genre Drama,King Alfred. retold by Richard Madsen,Cast of Characters,Alfred an English King. Cudred an old peasant man,Switha an old peasant woman. Setting a humble cottage on a freezing night, Narrator It is January 871 Danish warriors have invaded England.
Alfred an English King has been separated from his army but seeks to rejoin them. Alfred knocks at cottage door Hello May a traveler find safety on this cold night. Cudred suspiciously How do I know you are not some Dane in disguise. Alfred nobly I promise thee my friend I am no Dane I am their sworn enemy. Cudred sighs then opens the door Oh very well then But you must sleep in the. barn not in the cottage I suppose you must be hungry then. Alfred Oh yes I d thank you for a crust of even the coarsest bread. Cudred Bread Bread is a luxury We only have lowly oaten cakes here. Alfred Oaten cakes I have always wished to taste an oaten cake Cudred stares at. Alfred in disbelief They join Switha by the fire, Cudred My wife I ve brought a guest to share our supper. Switha What Who is this man Why should I feed a beggar. Cudred We are not so poor that we must refuse food to the hungry. Switha You soft hearted fool You will bring us to ruin as has our cowardly king. Cudred We must care for each other Switha Otherwise what are we. Cudred gives Alfred an oaten cake then leads him to the barn. Cudred The barn is small and cold but it will keep you safe. Alfred For a traveler in my condition your barn is a palace I thank you. Cudred Sir your speech is that of a nobleman Are you an. earl in disguise Close Reader Habits, Alfred pauses then decides Good sir I am Alfred thy. king I am in hiding from the invading Danes But soon I When you reread the. shall rejoin my army and set our country free drama underline any. words or actions that, Cudred kneels My King Sire let us return to the cottage. make each character, 94 Lesson 5 Comparing and Contrasting Characters in Drama Curriculum Associates LLC Copying is not permitted. Comparing and Contrasting Characters in Drama Lesson 5. Explore In what ways are Alfred and Cudred similar and different. 1 Complete the Venn diagram below Use it to identify the similarities Look at what you. and differences in the traits actions and interactions of Alfred and Cudred underlined about. what the characters,say and do,Alfred Only Cudred Only.
Traits Both Traits,Actions Interactions Actions Interactions. 2 How would Alfred s interactions with Cudred have been different had. Alfred not told the truth about who he is Based on your discussion. decide whether you need to add or change any details in your diagram. HINT One way to, 3 Short Response Compare and contrast Alfred s and Cudred s traits. start a compare, actions and interactions Include two details from the drama in your contrast answer is. answer Use the space provided on page 98 to write your answer to tell how the. characters are similar, Curriculum Associates LLC Copying is not permitted Lesson 5 Comparing and Contrasting Characters in Drama 95. Guided Practice,Genre Genre,and Her Jewels,by Wendy Munro.
1 Setting Home of Cornelia Enter julia carrying a treasure chest. 2 Cornelia My dear Julia I am so happy you have finally brought your. jewels to show me, 3 Julia opens the chest See here is my pearl necklace. 4 Cornelia How lovely And what other gems have you I greatly delight in. seeing such beautiful jewels, 5 Julia Oh me too Here are some rubies And this is my finest jewel a. diamond bracelet I like it best of all But Cornelia where are your jewels All. of Rome knows how rich your famous father Scipio was Surely he gave you. many fine gems, 6 Cornelia Oh no dear friend But hark I think I hear my sons. 7 Caius and Tiberius running in Mother Dear Mother. 8 Cornelia Tell me Caius what did you learn at school today. 9 Caius We learned how Horatius guarded the bridge in the brave days of. old Wasn t that very noble dear Mother, 10 Cornelia Of course my darling And what about you Tiberius. 11 Tiberius Our teacher told us of Grandfather Scipio and his great deeds. during the war Mother how you must honor Grandfather. 12 Cornelia Yes my son such a life is a fine example for the young. 13 Caius I shall try to be a brave man someday too dear Mother. 14 Tiberius And I shall also try to be worthy of our noble family. 15 Cornelia Oh my dear boys Julia they are my jewels. more precious than any gem Close Reader Habits, 16 Julia How I am ashamed of my vanity dear Cornelia.
How do Julia and Cornelia, What are all the gems in the world compared with these. feel about Cornelia s,noble boys jewels Reread the drama. Underline sentences,that show what each,character thinks or feels. 96 Lesson 5 Comparing and Contrasting Characters in Drama Curriculum Associates LLC Copying is not permitted. Comparing and Contrasting Characters in Drama Lesson 5. Think Use what you learned from reading the drama to answer the. following questions, 1 Which comparisons of Julia and Cornelia are true Select two options. A drama is also called, A Julia thinks jewels are fun to admire Cornelia does not a play Like stories.
B Julia is from a noble family Cornelia is not plays include. C Julia does not talk about her children Cornelia does characters settings. and a plot The text of, D Julia believes history is important Cornelia does not a play called a script. E Julia has many fine gems and jewelry Cornelia does not uses stage directions. F Julia is impressed by Cornelia s sons Cornelia is not Stage directions tell. actors how to move, 2 This question has two parts Answer Part A Then answer Part B. speak and act,How are Caius and Tiberius most similar. A They like learning how Horatius guarded a bridge long ago. B They enjoy history more than any other subject at school. C They respect their grandfather and want to be like him. D They think Horatius and Scipio were equally brave. What sentence from the play best supports the answer in Part A. A We learned how Horatius guarded the bridge in the brave. days of old,B Wasn t that very noble dear Mother, C I shall try to be a brave man someday too dear Mother. D What are all the gems in the world compared with these. noble boys, 3 Describe how Cornelia and Julia each feel about Cornelia s jewels.
HINT Sometimes, 4 Short Response Use evidence from the text to describe how Julia and two characters are. more similar than, Cornelia each feel about Cornelia s jewels Use the space provided on page 99. they are different,to write your answer, Curriculum Associates LLC Copying is not permitted Lesson 5 Comparing and Contrasting Characters in Drama 97. Modeled and Guided Instruction, Write Use the space below to write your answer to the question on page 95. King Alfred,HINT One way to,start a compare, 3 Short Response Compare and contrast Alfred s and Cudred s contrast answer is to.
traits actions and interactions Include two details from the tell how the characters. drama in your answer are similar,Don t forget to check. your writing, 98 Lesson 5 Comparing and Contrasting Characters in Drama Curriculum Associates LLC Copying is not permitted. Guided Practice, Write Use the space below to write your answer to the question on page 97. and Her Jewels,HINT Sometimes, 4 Short Response Use evidence from the text to describe how two characters are. Julia and Cornelia each feel about Cornelia s jewels more similar than they. are different,Check Your Writing,Did you read the prompt carefully.
Did you put the prompt in your own words, Did you use the best evidence from the text to support your ideas. Are your ideas clearly organized,Did you write in clear and complete sentences. Did you check your spelling and punctuation, Curriculum Associates LLC Copying is not permitted Lesson 5 Comparing and Contrasting Characters in Drama 99. Independent Practice,Genre Drama,WORDS TO KNOW,As you read look. inside around and,beyond these,words to figure out.
what they mean,determined,1 PROLOGUE,2 Prologue Narrator In 1920 Amelia Earhart. took her first ride in an airplane and fell in love with. flying She was 23 Flying was extremely dangerous,in those days and considered a man s job Earhart. decided to take lessons anyway Within a few years, she was regarded as one of the country s best female. pilots In 1927 when a young man named Charles,Lindbergh flew solo across the Atlantic Ocean and. became an overnight sensation Earhart was ready,to make her mark too.
4 Narrator A It is 1928 Earhart is in New York,City to meet with George Palmer Putnam who. has just published a book by Lindbergh Putnam is, looking for a female pilot to fly across the Atlantic. 5 Amelia Earhart Pleased to meet you,6 George Palmer Putnam I ll get right to the. point Miss Earhart I m told that you want to fly the. Atlantic Why,7 Earhart Why does a man ride a horse. A photograph of George, 8 Putnam Three women have died attempting the Palmer Putnam and Amelia.
Earhart in 1935,flight If you make it you d be the first. 9 Earhart I have a fondness for firsts Mr Putnam, 100 Lesson 5 Comparing and Contrasting Characters in Drama Curriculum Associates LLC Copying is not permitted. Comparing and Contrasting Characters in Drama Lesson 5. 10 Narrator B Putnam explains that Earhart will become famous But there s. 11 Putnam Bill Stultz will be the pilot You ll be aboard. 12 Earhart As a passenger, 13 Putnam But you d still be the first woman to fly across the Atlantic People. will remember it as your flight, 14 Earhart My fraud you mean My dream is to fly the Atlantic Mr. Putnam but not like this, 15 Putnam Think about it Miss Earhart This could win you more chances.
16 SCENE 2, 17 Narrator C Swayed by the prospect of future opportunities Earhart. agrees to Putnam s plan The pilot is to be Stultz with Slim Gordon as. navigator Earhart is commander of the flight in name only. 18 Narrator D On June 17 1928 the trio is in Newfoundland Canada. ready to depart for the transatlantic flight to Ireland But. 19 Bill Stultz We ve got a problem This seaplane won t take off from the. 20 Narrator E A determined Earhart reduces the amount of fuel they are. carrying This makes the plane lighter Finally it soars. 21 Stultz Well done,In June 1928 Earhart,Slim Gordon and Bill. Stultz flew this plane,named Friendship,across the Atlantic. Ocean This photo,shows the plane,off the coast of,Wales a country. on the island of,Great Britain, Curriculum Associates LLC Copying is not permitted Lesson 5 Comparing and Contrasting Characters in Drama 101.
Independent Practice, 22 Narrator A Things are fine until the radio goes out somewhere over the. ocean In these early days of aviation equipment is unreliable. 23 Stultz We have no way to figure out wind speed or where exactly we are. 24 Slim Gordon We ve been flying for 19 hours We have one hour of fuel. 25 Stultz If we land on the water now we might get rescued. 26 Earhart But we ll have failed That s not an option. 27 Gordon Wait What s that,28 Stultz Land We ve got land. 29 Narrator B The plane touches down on the water near a small port. town News of its arrival spreads quickly By the time the trio reaches shore. hundreds of people have turned out applauding and singing. 30 Earhart Is it Irish tradition to greet newcomers with song. 31 Reporter 1 I couldn t say Miss Earhart This is Wales. 32 Reporter 2 Are you proud to be the first woman to fly the Atlantic. 33 Earhart I was just a passenger But a woman will do this one day This. flight will get women thinking I hope, 34 Reporter 1 What has it got you thinking Miss Earhart. 35 Earhart That there s more to life than being a passenger. This photograph shows,Earhart on June 19,1928 a day after her. plane landed in Wales,Slim Gordon wearing,goggles is on her.
left Bill Stultz is on, 102 Lesson 5 Comparing and Contrasting Characters in Drama Curriculum Associates LLC Copying is not permitted. Comparing and Contrasting Characters in Drama Lesson 5. Think Use what you learned from reading the drama to answer the. following questions, 1 Based on how Earhart and Putnam act in the first scene which of the. following best describes how these characters are different. A Earhart enjoys flying more than Putnam does,B Earhart avoids danger more than Putnam does. Learning Target 92 Lesson 5omparing and ontrasting aracters n rama C Introduction Lesson 5 Comparing and Contrasting Characters in Drama Read In a drama or play you can learn about characters by reading or listening to the spoken dialogue between the characters You can also read the stage directions which are short notes that tell what a character is doing on stage

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