Transcript: By Alexandria Villagracia, Daniel Stanio, Ahmed Eid, & Arslan Din. US spends more money on education $7,743/student Science and math scores 2011: 2/3 of graduates in debt American student debt Tuition-free universities Social Issues Education Wizard of Oz Project "Follow the Yellow Brick Road." SOLUTIONS: SOLUTION: Current Employment Rate is 7.8% The End! CAPITAL PUNISHMENT/DEATH PENALTY: Problem # 3 Solutions: Jobs and the Economy Eliminate capital punishment Divert money to families of murder victims Law enforcement resources Life without parole Problem # 1: Higher emphasis on math and science Government aid to reduce student debt Problem # 2: "Do less, not more." Eliminate uncertainty Control Spending Stop unnecessary regulations Costs Does not discourage crime Executions of innocent people Time consuming Inexperienced/Overworked/Bad lawyers
Transcript: The Wizard Of Oz & The Odyssey. By: Natalie Alvarez Similarities - Trying to find their way home. -They have to learn a lesson before they can return home. - Trying to get what their heart desires. - They have people that help them on their journey. - Over come challenges. - Encounter enemies. - They get what they wanted in the end. - Made new friends. - Both have something that the enemies want. - Learn a lesson in the end. Differences - Had different enemies. - Went through different challenges - Odysseus wanted to go home to his wife and Dorthy wanted to get home to her Aunt Em and Uncle Henry. - They had different call to adventures. - The wizard of oz is a dream. Hero's journey - Dorthy and Odysseus both went through the 5 stages of the hero's journey. They went through The mundane world, the call to adventure, refusal of call, crossing the threshold, Path of trials. They both were called from their worlds to something new something different from what they were used to. They both refuse the call to adventure. They go through the pall of trials where they face tests, enemies, and allies. In the end they accomplish something making them a hero.
Transcript: Does anyone actually know where she aquired this title? Most Importantly: She knows all along how to send Dorothy home but lets her go on a wild goose chase. Puts Dorothy in mortal danger In the end, she is the one to send her home. Symptoms Lack of Empathy Need to Demean Manipulative Find Pleasure in Acts of Cruelity (Smirk) Symptoms Constantly Alert Feelings of Mistrust Problems with Daily Life Angry Resentful Aggressive Hyper-Viligant Group #6 Disorder: Post-Tramatic Stress Disorder Attachment Theory Dreams RED FLAGS Identity Latent Content Reasons for Her Disorder Manifest Content Shock and Dismay Aggressive Behavior Toward the Munchkins and Glinda Resentful Towards Dorothy Trying to Kill Dorothy and Friend Condemning of Those Who Help Dorothy Violent Outburst Katelyn Graham Christina Moore Taylor Parris Angela Aga Shelby Lupardus Caleb Newburn Other Info Character Study #2 "Wicked" Witch of the West WIZARD OF OZ Definition: People who have learned of or experienced an unexpected and sudden death of a friend or relative. Celebrates a teen dropping a house on her rivel Hates the witches who were ugly and different, therefore EVIL ~"Only Bad Witches are Ugly" Amused by the emotional turmoil of others "Stepford Wives" Smirk Taunting the mourning Wicked Witch of the West Steals the only keepsake the Wicked Witch of the West has and forces Dorthy to wear them (ruby slippers) Demeaning those around her Character Study #1 Glinda the "Good" Witch Disorder: Sadistic Personality Disorder Notice the Use of Dorothy as a Human Shield Disorder: Sadistic Personality Disorder Reasons for Her Disorder RED FLAGS Finding one's self
Transcript: Born in Kansas The Cowardly Lion The Tin Man Moved to Oz The Scarecrow Characters in The Wizard of Oz Dorothy The Wizard Killed Wicked Witch Returned to Kansas
Transcript: Wizard of Oz Story Line In this charming film based on the popular L. Frank Baum stories, Dorothy and her dog Toto are caught in a tornado's path and somehow end up in the land of Oz. Here she meets some memorable friends and foes in her journey to meet the Wizard of Oz who everyone says can help her return home and possibly grant her new friends their goals of a brain, heart and courage. - Dale Roloff Lets take a look! Wizard of Oz was first introduced as a broadway musical in 1902, it wasnt until August 25th 1939 that it became motion picture. Chicago 293 performances from january 21st 1903 til december 31st 1904. Later running again from March 1904 to October 1905 Research Theatrical Makeup Stage makeup is used as a method in conjunction with stage lighting to highlight the actors' faces in order make expressions visible to the audience from moderate distances. This often includes defining the eyes and lips as well as the highlights and lowlights of the facial bones. Special Effects Makeup (FX Makeup) The use of special effects techniques enhancing physical features to exhibit metaphysical characteristics as well as fantasy makeup. The use of prosthetics and plaster casting are also required for projects that entails non-human appearances. Accents such as theatrical blood and ooze are also techniques applicable to this type of makeup. Airbrushing The use of an airbrush which is a small air-operated device that sprays various media including alcohol and water-based makeup by a process of mobilization. The earliest record of this type of cosmetic application dates back to the 1925 film version of Ben-Hur, it has recently been re-popularized by the advent of HDTV and Digital Photography, when the camera focuses on higher depths of detail. Liquid Foundations that are high in coverage but thin in texture are applied with the airbrush for full coverage without a heavy build-up of product. Paints Soft grease paints- Available in a complete range of colours, used as makeup bases. Soft grease paints come in a tube. This paint has a creamy texture, its quick and easy to spread. It does not survive body heat as well as hard grease paints. Liquid base colours- Available in bottles, mainly used as a body base. Liquid base paint dries quickly. Tools -two towels -one square plain silk "for putting on wigs" -barber type shears -colourless powder or talc container -two powder puffs -silk sponge -three flat red sable brushes (one of each)nos. 4,5,6 -two japanease writing brushes, 1" long and 1/4" thick at widest point Materials -bar of soap and container -box of cleansing tissues -bottle of acetone -bottle of astrigent"after shave or witch hazel" -cleansing cream -black eyebrow poencil -brown eyebrow pencil -soft artist graphite pencil -lipstick (women only) -dry rouge -mascara -eyelashes (women only) one pair black and one pair brown -hair(optional for women) Procedure First we covered braydens face in a yellowish base coat of makeup. Then we added a light brown to add shading to certain features (nose, eyebrows, eyelids) We drew lines on braydens forhead and cheeks. Taking a brown powder and brown liner we coloured in the lines we drew in the previous step. We added black liner to the nose, upper lip and lips. Then we added black dots to the cheeks. We dressed him up, and our lion was done! Wizard of Oz' lion Ashley & Paige's lion. Bibliography (cc) photo by Metro Centric on Flickr Hard grease paints- Available in a complete range of colours. Hard grease paints come in stick form and are approximately 5"long and 1" thick. This base requires a little more effort to apply, when done proporly it has a better and longer wearing time Stage Makeup- Herman Butchman google images Witch of the west Stage make-up Techniques Dorothy Gale Tinman Characters from the Wizard of Oz (cc) photo by jimmyharris on Flickr Toto www.imdb.com (cc) photo by Franco Folini on Flickr (cc) photo by theaucitron on Flickr www.wikipedia.com Scarecrow Pancakes- Available in a complete range of base colours. Comes in a compressed form in a flat, round container. To apply with a moistened sponge. Pancakes dry quickly and have a matte finish, causing difficult surface for any furthur detailed makeup work. Pancakes is the least effective in theatre because it dissolves under heat and perspiration. Cowardly lion (cc) photo by Metro Centric on Flickr In the basic modern makeup kit you would find Glenda
Transcript: Crossing the Threshold: When Dorthy begins to walk on the yellow brick road leaving magical land. Dragon battle: The wicked of witch gets Dorthy she wants the red slippers and wants to kill her but Dorthy escapes and spills some water on her. Apotheosis: Tin man, Lion, and scare crow look up to her because she helped get their brain, heart and courage. Sacred marriage: She gets a bond between tin man, lion and scare crow. Guider: The good witch guides her by explaining about the place and tells her the only way to get to her home is by The Great Wizard. Dorthy: needs to find her way back home. Lion: he helps Dorthy along the way and wants to see the wizard for a heart. Tinman: he also helps Dorthy and he wants a brain. scarecrow: also helps Dorthy out and he wants courage. Refusal of the call: Dorthy accepts the call immediately. she decides to listen to the good witch and follows the yellow brick road. Talisman: The red slippers shoes helps her on the way. Wizard of OZ Rescue from without: when the Oz won't help her if she doesn't bring back the wicked witch broom to him. Crossing the return threshold: The Oz gives in and tells Dorthy the way to go home is by clicking her shoes together 3X to go home. Freedom to live: Dorthy wakes up and sees her family is trying to help her not make her in a mean way II: Initiation Characters: Road of Trials: Nothing really gets in her way besides meeting the scare crow, tin man and the lion. But when she meets the Oz he tells her she needs to bring back to wicked of witch west broom. Answering the call: Going home motivates her to listen to the good witch. Dorthy had made the magical world releafe because she had killed to wicked of the witch of the west who torched the munching. when Dorthy arrives at home she releases the conflict between Toto and the women who rides her bike. Master of two worlds Meeting the goddess: she meets the wonderful Oz but gets a whole different out come then what she wanted. I: Departure Detail 2 call of adventure: Dorthy runs away from home, trys to go back home but no one is home. a big tornado goes thru the village and takes her home up to a unknown world. Findsout she had killed the wicked witch of the east. The good witch puts the wicked witch of the east red slipper shoes on Dorthy. the goog witch tells Dorthy that the only way home is to go see the wonderful OZ Supernatural Aid: scare crow, Tin man, Lion all want to go see the wonderful Wizard of Oz to get a brain, heart, and a courage. Night or sea Journey: Her travels takes her out to the wicked witch of west home and melts her by water. Atonement: She gets home, by waking up from her bed to her dad and uncles. Companions: Tin man, Scare crow, Lion all make the purpose to go to the Oz more needed, because of what they also need.
Transcript: THE DYNAMICS OF GROUP DEVELOPMENT UNDERSTANDING GROUP MEMBER RELATIONSHIPS AND INTERACTION when working with others, being supportive is a key factor in how smoothly your relationships will run ADVANTAGES and DISADVANTAGES using groups to make decisions and solve problems when to use a group for decision making and problem solving understanding the roles group members play GENDER, CULTURE, and GROUP INTERACTION Gender and Group Member Behavior female directors help diffuse stereotypes diversity in groups can benefit the group GROUPWORK MAKES THE D R E A M W O R K Supportiveness VS Defensiveness figure out who is in charge and why we were brought together Performing Norming the most important stage of group development, members combine their skills, knowledge, and abilities to overcome obstacles and reach the groups goals members now focus on expressing their ideas and opinions and securing their place in the group members review and reflect on their accomplishments or failures and determine how or whether to end the group and relationships that have developed Forming Cooperation VS Competition Adjourning personal goals of EVERY member effect group the group forms a sense of identity as member awareness of interdependence and the need to cooperate with eachother increases Storming DECISION MAKING and GROUP COMPATIBILITY
Transcript: The Wizard of Oz Concept Design Descriptions Descriptions western natural plain (ecosystem) fantastical gaudy 1900-1910 1900-1910 Family in Paris Family in Paris First Adaptation of Frankenstein First Adaptation of Frankenstein Ideal Stage Ideal Stage Throne Room Throne Room Scarecrow Scarecrow Scenes Scenes Scene 1 & 2 Scene 1 & 2 Scene 1 Scene 1 Scene 2 Scene 2 Scene 3 Scene 3 Scarecrow 1 Scarecrow 1 Scarecrow 2 Scarecrow 2 Scene 4 Scene 4 Tin Man 1 Tin Man 1 Tin Man 2 Tin Man 2 Scene 5 Scene 5 Cowardly Lion 1 Cowardly Lion 1 Scene 6 Scene 6 Throne Room 1 Throne Room 1 Throne Room 2 Throne Room 2 Scene 7 & 8 Scene 7 & 8 Scene 7 Scene 7 Scene 8 Scene 8 Scene 9 Scene 9 2nd Throne Room 1 2nd Throne Room 1 2nd Throne Room 2 2nd Throne Room 2 Color Scheme Color Scheme Colors 1 Colors 1 Colors 2 Colors 2 My Design My Design My design for the Wizard of Oz is very similar to the movie, but I want to clarify some specifics. For the first scene, I would want a quaint, mid-western setting where everything seems worn-down and used. For the scenes around the yellow brick road, the locations have to be coherent to the story without creating too stark of contrast. For the throne rooms, they need to reflect the personalities implied in the characters that house them. For the witch's castle, it needs to be ominous but also reasonable for living. Asher Overton 11/25/2017 "The Wizard of Oz" "The Wizard of Oz"
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