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The Wizard of Oz

Time Frames
During School Day
Formats
Field Trip
Grades
Toddler, Pre K, Kindergarten, 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th

Description

The Wizard of Oz -- Join Dorothy and all of your favorites, the Scarecrow, the Tin Man, and the Cowardly Lion as they head off on an adventure in the land beyond the rainbow! Fun for children 3 to 93.

Students Will

  • Watch the timeless classic Magical Land of Oz performed in the AT & T Theater
  • A Magical Land of Oz study guide is available for teachers
  • Be able to touch and interact with marionette puppets at the end of the performance

Details

Dates

:

April 27, 28, 29 & May 4, 5, 6, 11, 12, 13, 2011

Times:

11:00 a.m.

Duration:

35-45 minutes

School Fee:

Price Per Non Teacher: $6.00
Price Per Student: $6.00
Price Per Teacher: $6.00

Minimum Attendance:

50

Maximum Attendance:

175

Technical Needs:

Scheduling / Booking

Instructions: To schedule this program, please call Emily Embry:Tour Coordinator at (214) 915-0862 or email to EEmbry@thewomensmuseum.org
Deadline: one week prior to the performance date
Cancellation Policy: Every school booking a program with The Museum must provide the name, working phone number and e-mail address of the contact person representing the school. Rescheduling a Program: If a school needs to reschedule a school visit or guided tour, a school representative must contact the Museum three weeks prior to the start of the event. The Museum staff will work with the school contact to select an alternate date for the school visit or tour. Cancellation: When cancelling a program the school representative must contact the Museum atleast three weeks prior to the scheduled trip. The Museum can not guarantee a refund to schools that do not cancel within the deadline.
After School Policy: All groups participating in programming after school hours must have at least one chaperone/teacher per every 10 students. Chaperones must agree to remain with students for the duration of the after school program and work with Museum staff with onsite instructions that are provided to the group.

Curriculum Information

Lesson Plans

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Standards

Select grade level(s) for standards to be displayed:
  • 117.4 - Theatre, Kindergarten.
    • K.1 - Perception. The student develops concepts about self, human relationships, and the environment, using elements of drama and conventions of theatre.
      • A - Develop self-awareness through dramatic play.
      • B - Explore space, using expressive movement.
      • C - Imitate sounds.
      • D - Imitate and recreate objects in dramatic play.
          • K.5 - Response/evaluation. The student responds to and evaluates theatre and theatrical performances.
            • A - Begin to identify appropriate audience behavior.
            • B - Respond to dramatic activities.
            • C - Demonstrate awareness of the use of music, creative movement, and visual components in dramatic play.
            • D - Observe the performance of artists and identify theatrical vocations.
        • 117.7 - Theatre, Grade 1.
          • 1.1 - Perception. The student develops concepts about self, human relationships, and the environment, using elements of drama and conventions of theatre.
            • A - Develop confidence and self-awareness through dramatic play.
            • B - Develop spatial awareness in dramatic play, using expressive and rhythmic movement.
            • C - Imitate actions and sounds.
            • D - Imitate and create animate and inanimate objects in dramatic play.
                • 1.5 - Response/evaluation. The student responds to and evaluates theatre and theatrical performances.
                  • A - Identify appropriate audience behavior.
                  • B - Respond to and begin to evaluate dramatic activities.
                  • C - Identify the use of music, creative movement, and visual components in dramatic play.
                  • D - Observe the performance of artists and identify theatrical vocations.
              • 117.10 - Theatre, Grade 2.
                        • 2.5 - Response/evaluation. The student responds to and evaluates theatre and theatrical performances.
                          • A - Identify and apply appropriate audience behavior.
                          • B - React to and begin to evaluate dramatic activities.
                          • C - Employ music, creative movement, and visual components in dramatic play.
                          • D - Observe the performance of artists and identify theatrical vocations.
                      • 117.13 - Theatre, Grade 3.
                        • 3.1 - Perception. The student develops concepts about self, human relationships, and the environment, using elements of drama and conventions of theatre.
                          • A - React to sensory and emotional experiences.
                          • B - Create playing space, using expressive and rhythmic movement.
                          • C - Respond to sound, music, images, and the written word with voice and movement and participate in dramatic play, using actions, sounds, and dialogue.
                          • D - Reflect the environment, portray character, and demonstrate actions in classroom dramatizations.
                              • 3.5 - Response/evaluation. The student responds to and evaluates theatre and theatrical performances.
                                • A - Evaluate and apply appropriate audience behavior consistently.
                                • B - Evaluate simple dramatic activities and performances.
                                • C - Incorporate music, movement, and visual components in dramatic play.
                                • D - Observe the performance of amateur and professional artists and begin to compare vocations in theatre.
                            • 117.16 - Theatre, Grade 4.
                              • 4.1 - Perception. The student develops concepts about self, human relationships, and the environment, using elements of drama and conventions of theatre.
                                • A - Relate sensory and emotional responses to theatre.
                                • B - Develop body awareness and spatial perceptions, using rhythmic and expressive movement.
                                • C - Respond to sounds, music, images, and the written word, using movement.
                                • D - Express emotions and ideas, using interpretive movements, sounds, and dialogue.
                                • E - Imitate and synthesize life experiences in dramatic play.
                                • F - Represent environment, characterization, and actions.
                                    • 4.5 - Response/evaluation. The student responds to and evaluates theatre and theatrical performances.
                                      • A - Identify and apply appropriate audience behavior at performances.
                                      • B - Define visual, aural, oral, and kinetic aspects of informal play-making and formal theatre and discuss these aspects as found in art, dance, and music.
                                      • C - Compare and contrast the ways ideas and emotions are depicted in art, dance, music, and theatre and select movement, music, or visual elements to enhance classroom dramatizations.
                                      • D - Compare theatre artists and their contributions.
                                  • 117.19 - Theatre, Grade 5.
                                    • 5.1 - Perception. The student develops concepts about self, human relationships, and the environment, using elements of drama and conventions of theatre.
                                      • A - Develop characterization, using sensory and emotional recall.
                                      • B - Develop body awareness and spatial perceptions, using pantomime.
                                      • C - Respond to sounds, music, images, and the written word, using movement.
                                      • D - Express emotions and relate ideas, using interpretive movement and dialogue.
                                      • E - Integrate life experiences in dramatic play.
                                      • F - Portray environment, characterization, and actions.
                                          • 5.5 - Response/evaluation. The student responds to and evaluates theatre and theatrical performances.
                                            • A - Analyze and apply appropriate audience behavior at a variety of performances.
                                            • B - Define visual, aural, oral, and kinetic aspects of informal play-making and formal theatre and describe these components in art, dance, and music.
                                            • C - Compare and contrast ideas and emotions depicted in theatre, dance, music, and art and select and explain the use of movement, music, or visual elements to enhance classroom dramatizations.
                                            • D - Analyze and compare theatre artists and their contributions.
                                        • 117.34 - Theatre, Grade 6.
                                          • 6.1 - Perception. The student develops concepts about self, human relationships, and the environment, using elements of drama and conventions of theatre.
                                            • A - Develop characterization based on sensory and emotional recall.
                                            • B - Expand body awareness and spatial perceptions, using pantomime.
                                            • C - Respond to sounds, music, images, and the written word, incorporating movement.
                                            • D - Express emotions and ideas, using interpretive movements and dialogue.
                                            • E - Imitate and synthesize life experiences in dramatic play.
                                            • F - Create environments, characters, and actions.
                                                • 6.5 - Response/evaluation. The student responds to and evaluates theatre and theatrical performances.
                                                  • A - Analyze and apply audience behavior at all performances.
                                                  • B - Develop simple oral and written observations about visual, aural, oral, and kinetic aspects of informal play-making and formal theatre and describe these components in art, dance, and music.
                                                  • C - Compare and contrast ideas and emotions depicted in art, dance, music, and theatre and demonstrate uses of movement, music, or visual elements to enhance classroom dramatization.
                                                  • D - Compare selected occupations in theatre.



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