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Aladdin WM Project

A Whole new world <3

ameya chander

on 29 August 2014

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Transcript of Aladdin WM Project

Aladdin WM Project
Character Analysis

External: Aladdin tries to get away from the palace guards after stealing a loaf of bread.
Aladdin outwits the guards and escapes. This is a conflict he continuously encounters throughout the story because the guards are always chasing him.

External: There is a conflict between Jafar and Aladdin. First, Jafar captured Aladdin and throws him into the ocean. Jafar tries to get Aladdin to give him the lamp and nearly kills him in the process. Jafar is taking over the palace. He wants to become the Sultan but Aladdin is getting in his way of doing that because he loves the princess.

Internal: There is a conflict within Aladdin about whether or not he should tell Jasmine that he is a street urchin. Aladdin pretends to be a prince, and he takes Jasmine on a magic carpet ride. Aladdin is in a conflict with himself because he isn't able to reveal his true identity to Jasmine. If Aladdin tells her that he is a street urchin, Jasmine may never want to see him again.

Internal/External: Jasmine is in conflict with marriage. First of all, Jasmine doesnt want to get married so early, before her upcoming birthday. Second of all, the laws only allow her to get married to a prince. However, Jasmine loves Aladdin who isn’t a prince. Because of these laws, she isn’t able to get married to him at first.

Internal: At the beginning of the story, Aladdin falls deeply in love with Jasmine and wants to marry her. So, he uses one of his three wishes to look like a prince, so that he is able to marry the princess. He also promises the Genie to use his last wish to set him free. Now when its time for Aladdin to decide how to use his last wish, he is left with the decision to let the Genie free or get married to Jasmine. He is basically in a conflict with friendship vs. love.

Plot Structure
Literary Devices
Movie Song Lyrics Analysis
A whole new world is the song that Aladdin and Jasmine sing together in the movie. It is a
crepescular mileau

when they sing and he is taking her on a magic carpet ride around the whole world.

- “Take you wonder by wonder…Over, sideways and under” (rhyme)
- “No one to tell us no...Or where to go” (rhyme)
- “But when I'm way up here...It's crystal clear” (rhyme)
- “Indescribable feeling...Soaring, tumbling, freewheeling” (rhyme)
- “I'm like a shooting star...I've come so far” (rhyme)
- “A thrilling chase...A wondrous place” (rhyme)

- “Shining, shimmering, splendid” (alliteration)
- “I'm like a shooting star” (alliteration)
- “It's crystal clear” (alliteration)

- “Soaring...Through an endless diamond sky” (metaphor)

- “I'm like a shooting star” (simile)

- “That now I'm in a whole new world with you...Now I'm in a whole new world with you” (repetition)

- “Every moment red-letter” (cliche)

- “I can open your eyes” (idiom)

- “A hundred thousand things to see” (hyperbole)
- “Let me share this whole new world with you” (hyperbole)
- “Unbelievable sights, Indescribable feeling...Soaring, tumbling, freewheeling through an endless diamond sky” (imagery)
- “I'll chase them anywhere” (hyperbole)

Aladdin Project
By: Ameya Chander, Hannah So, Esha Aneja, and Stephanie Fairchild
Humphreys 6th period

"Be careful what you wish for"

The story takes place in a kingdom in Agrabah. Aladdin dreams of
what his life would be like if he was not a street urchin. Aladdin was an
person because he had nothing else to do. He thinks about how amazing his life could be if he lives in a palace. Meanwhile, Jasmine does not like the palace laws, because her father(the sultan) is forcing her to get married. She dreams about how her life would be like if she was free. Aladdin along with his friend, Abu, goes into the cave of wonders to get the lamp for Jafar.
Rising Action:
There was an
light from the lamp, when Aladdin touched it. Aladdin rubs the lamp and meets the Genie. Aladdin uses his first wish to become a prince. He meets the princess, Jasmine, and falls in love with her. Jafar
with Iago to deride a plan to steal the lamp. Lago steals the magical lamp.
Jafar uses his third wish to become the most powerful sorcerer in the world. The
of Jafar caused him to attack Aladdin. Aladdin has to fight Jafar to win back Jasmine. Then, for Jafar’s third wish, Aladdin tricks him into wishing to become a Genie. This is how Aladdin is able to defeat him and save Jasmine.
Falling Action:
Aladdin has one more wish left. He wants to marry the princess, but the law prohibits him from doing so. This is why he wanted to use his last wish to be able to marry her. Instead, Aladdin keeps his promise to the genie and ends up wishing for the Genie to be free.
Everyone in the palace is happy and good defeats evil. Even after all of Jafar’s effort to
Aladdin, he wasn't able to i
mmutably excise
Aladdin form the Jasmine’s heart. The sultan fulfills Aladdin’s third wish by ending up allowing Jasmine and Aladdin to get married. The Genie choses to stay with his his new friends in the palace.

The theme has both a literal and figurative meaning. The plot of Aladdin revolves around a boy who finds a lamp in a magical cave. He is allowed three wishes, which change his life forever. His first wish is to become a prince,which he uses to impress the princess, Jasmine. His second wish is for the Genie to save Aladdin’s life, because Jasmine’s love for Aladdin made Jafar jealous and want revenge on Aladdin. His third wish is to set his best friend, the Genie, free. In a more figurative sense, Aladdin learns to be careful what he wants, because it may not end out to be what he wants it to be. Aladdin wanted his 3rd wish to allow marriage between him and Jasmine, but ends up freeing the Genie instead(his best friend). This showed how Aladdin’s first wish to be a prince not only brought him true love, but also got Aladdin into trouble from Jafar. This showed that maybe the wish to be a prince wasn’t worth it, even though Jasmine loved Aladdin even though he wasn’t a prince.
Comic relief-Genie
Personification- Magic Carpet showed feelings like a human
Flashback- Entire story, flashbacked by sales merchant
Onomatopoeia-”Rickem, rockem, rackem, rake--stick”-Genie
Irony- Beginning(Peddler says the item will not break, breaks immediately)
Simile/Metaphor- Peddler, “A young man who like this lamp was so much more than what he seemed. A diamond in the rough.”
Oxymoron-Gazeem,”A humble thief”
Hidden Allusion-Balcony(Forbidden lovers from different classes, Romeo and Juliet)Symbolism-Lamp(wealth and fortune), Genie’s chains(Power with limitations, slavery and servitude)Hidden Allusion- Aladdin traveling in cave of wonders, told not to touch anything but the lamp, despite all the riches there....Allusion to Adam and Eve in Eden in the Bible
Foreshadowing-Aladdin tells Abu that someday they will be rich, live in a palace, and never have any problems at all
Inference- Audience infers that Jasmine and Aladdin live happily ever after and get married, genie lives a happy life as a free person
Pathos- Along the course of the story, some sadness is evoked in the viewers for the genie because he is so loving and caring, yet has to be a slave to humans
Juxtaposition-Genie and Jafar constantly Juxtaposed, onewants to help Aladdin other wants to hurt him
Paradox-Aladdin is much happier without his wealth and wishes from the Genie, than when he is a rich prince, because Jasmine loves him even though he is a “Street Rat”
- External Characteristics: short black hair, big brown eyes, 18 years-old, his clothes are dirty and have patches on them (poor), hair unkempt, thin, lives on the streets of Acaba
- Internal Characteristics: good hearted, clever, brave, survivalist, insecure about his social status (being poor), lies, steals but not to hurt anybody, he doesn’t turn down a challenge, resourceful
-He is a dynamic character because he reaches his potential at the end of the movie. The audience watches him grow up and mature learning from his mistakes. He starts out wanting riches and wealth to impress Jasmine, however in the end he is willing to
all to save her and their relationship. Some may think he was a
but he truly was in love with the princess. He turns out to be the hero we know he can be.
-External Characteristics: long thin face with large byt thin eyes, a big nose, big mouth, thin pencil mustache, a long goatee, snake scepter, fancy dress, thin, sorceress
- Internal Characteristics: sly, cunning like a fox, powerful, hungry for power, untrustworthy, quick to get angry, vain, obsessive, manipulative, abusive,
-Jafar is a static character because he doesn’t change throughout the movie. The audience doesn’t see him become a better person or change in any way. He is truly
in character.
- When Jafar lies to Jasmine saying that Aladdin was to be killed at dawn for kidnapping her.
- Also when Jafar was disguised as an old man and showing Aladdin the way out of the prison to find the Cave of Wonders.
Jafar- You are most gracious, my liege. Now run along and play with your little toys.
- Aladdin- Um, Princess Jasmine? You're very...Punctual!
The Aladdin movie is saved on the Padlet separately and on a flashdrive because the file was too big to upload here.
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