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  1. Gluskabe and Old Man Winter by Joseph Bruchac Review

  2. 1. Drama • A story written to be performed by actors for an audience

  3. 2. Characters • People who take part in the action

  4. 3. Conflict • A problem between two characters or forces

  5. 4. Theme • A message or insight about life

  6. 5. Acts • Units of the action in a drama

  7. 6. Scenes • A section of uninterrupted action in the act of a drama

  8. 7. Dialogue • The words characters say • The words of each character appear next to the character’s name

  9. 8. Script • A printed form of the play

  10. 9. Stage Directions • Sets of bracketed information that tell what the stage looks like and how the characters should move and speak.

  11. 10. Set • The construction on stage that suggests the time and place of the action

  12. 11. Props • The movable items such as a book, a suitcase, or a flashlight that the actors use to make their actions look realistic

  13. 12. Comedy • A form of drama that has a happy ending

  14. 13. Tragedy • A form of drama in which events lead to the downfall of the main character

  15. 14. Screenplays • Scripts from which movies are produced

  16. 15. Teleplays • Types of screenplays written for television

  17. 16. Radio Plays • The written format of radio broadcasts

  18. 17. Who is the main character? • Gluskabe

  19. 18. How many scenes are in this drama? • four

  20. 19. What is Gluskabe’s job? • To help the people

  21. 20. Why does the Human Being visit Gluskabe and Grandmother Woodchuck? • To ask Gluskabe to help bring the long winter to an end.

  22. 21. What does Gluskabe ask Old Man Winter to do? • Go home to the Winter Land

  23. 22. What is strange about Old Man Winter’s fire? • It is made of ice.

  24. 23. Where does Grandmother Woodchuck say that warm weather comes from? • The Summer Land

  25. 24. What does Gluskabe do to look like the people of the Summer Land? • He covers one of his eyes with a patch.

  26. 25. What does Gluskabe take with him to the Summer Land? • Four large balls

  27. 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.

  28. 27. What do the crows think they are taking from Gluskabe? • The crows think they are taking Gluskabe’s head.

  29. 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.

  30. 29. What happens after Old Man Winter leaves? • The sun comes out and flowers and plants appear.

  31. 30. Why does winter return each year? • Winter returns because Gluskabe took only one of the four summersticks and used it to melt winter.

  32. 31. What is the purpose of this drama? • The drama explains why the seasons change.