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Gluskabe and Old Man Winterby Joseph Bruchac Review
1. Drama A story written to be performed by actors for an audience
2. Characters People who take part in the action
3. Conflict A problem between two characters or forces
4. Theme A message or insight about life
5. Acts Units of the action in a drama
6. Scenes A section of uninterrupted action in the act of a drama
7. Dialogue The words characters sayThe words of each character appear next to the character’s name
8. Script A printed form of the play
9. Stage Directions Sets of bracketed information that tell what the stage looks like and how the characters should move and speak.
10. Set The construction on stage that suggests the time and place of the action
11. Props The movable items such as a book, a suitcase, or a flashlight that the actors use to make their actions look realistic
12. Comedy A form of drama that has a happy ending
13. Tragedy A form of drama in which events lead to the downfall of the main character
14. Screenplays Scripts from which movies are produced
15. Teleplays Types of screenplays written for television
16. Radio Plays The written format of radio broadcasts
17. Who is the main character?Gluskabe
18. How many scenes are in this drama?four
19. What is Gluskabe’s job? To help the people
20. Why does the Human Being visit Gluskabe and Grandmother Woodchuck?To ask Gluskabe to help bring the long winter to an end.
21. What does Gluskabe ask Old Man Winter to do?Go home to the Winter Land
22. What is strange about Old Man Winter’s fire?It is made of ice.
23. Where does Grandmother Woodchuck say that warm weather comes from?The Summer Land
24. What does Gluskabe do to look like the people of the Summer Land?He covers one of his eyes with a patch.
25. What does Gluskabe take with him to the Summer Land?Four large balls
26. Why are the Summer Land people angry with Gluskabe?They are angry because he stole a summerstick, and they are greedy people who want to keep all of the warm weather for themselves.
27. What do the crows think they are taking from Gluskabe?The crows think they are taking Gluskabe’s head.
28. What happens when Gluskabe takes the summerstick into Old Man Winter’s wigwam?The summerstick melts the wigwam and forces Old Man Winter to leave.
29. What happens after Old Man Winter leaves?The sun comes out and flowers and plants appear.
30. Why does winter return each year?Winter returns because Gluskabe took only one of the four summersticks and used it to melt winter.
31. What is the purpose of this drama?The drama explains why the seasons change.
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