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I Love the Wizard of Oz Jessie From tarheelreader.org
I love the Wizard of Oz!
This is Dorothy and Toto.
Dorothy gets carried away by a tornado.
Dorothy meets Glinda, the good witch.
Dorothy meets the Munchkins.
Dorothy meets the Wicked Witch of the West.
Dorothy gets ruby slippers.
Dorothy meets the Scarecrow.
Dorothy meets the Tin Man.
Dorothy meets the Lion.
Dorothy, the Scarecrow, the Tin Man, and the Lion follow the Yellow Brick Road.
Dorothy, the Scarecrow, the Tin Man, and the Lion go to the Emerald City.
Dorothy, the Scarecrow, the Tin Man, and the Lion meet the Flying Monkeys.
Dorothy melts the Wicked Witch of the West.
Dorothy, the Scarecrow, the Tin Man, and the Lion meet the Wizard.
There's no place like home!
DOROTHY Represents the “Common Man” Toto Represents the small possessions the “common man” has.
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Unit 5 The Progressive Era. Toto the Dog: He brings happiness to Dorothy, he is the one who exposes the Wizard at the end of the movie. The Wizard of.
THE FLYING MONKEYS HAVE BEEN RELEASED JUST A FEW THINGS.
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Populism. Inflation: Supply Demand value $$ Deflation: Supply Demand value $$
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Unit 5 The Progressive Era. The Wizard of Oz and The Progressive Era.
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Wizard of Oz. Dorothy A young and sprightly girl, Dorothy lives with her aunt and uncle on the bleak Kansas prairie. She is energetic and delights in.
What you will learn: Who formed the Populist Party? What did the Populists want? Were they successful? The Populists.
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Dorothy Represents the Populist Party going to Washington *wants to ask for reform (silver shoes)
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Populism and the Wizard of Oz L. Frank Baum’s Novel Used as Political Allegory for the Populist and Silver Movement.
Late 1800 ’ s period of rapid growth in westward expansion industrialization and the growth of big business immigration and the growth of urban centers.
Populism. 2 Populism: Political movement that tried to help out the nation’s struggling farmers.
Is The Wizard of Oz a musical fantasy or a “parable on Populism”?
POPULISM AND THE WIZARD OF OZ. POPULISM Farmers are hurting, want to be on the silver and gold standard The Wizard of Oz is seen (by some) as a political.
The Wizard of Oz By L. Frank Baum Author Characters Summary Theme Movie Made by Stacy, Patty, May, Sally.
The Wizard of Oz Not just your typical story: A Political Allegory.
Our Wizard of OZ By Allison McLemore Class, we have exactly two hours until curtain call. Two hours! Everybody listen up, please!
The Wizard of Oz – A Populist Allegory. Wizard of Oz Tornado/Cyclone Scene –http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NA42WWfh1xQhttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NA42WWfh1xQ.
Changes on the Western Front Chapter 5. ▪ Which region grew the fastest between 1850 and 1900? ▪ What do you think contributed to the overall increase?
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