1 UNDERSTANDING Talk About It Do you think freedom is important? iluating Texts j^ J Freedom Dreams Traditional Song with Comic written by Diane Robitaille and illustrated by Ho Che Anderson.WEAR THAT BiRP ; Cft.ll, SOU?: TONIGHT. OQQS CAN'T foluow US ACROSS THE RIVER. m Think about what you already know about the topic. How does the information in this comic compare to what you already know about the Underground Railroad? I'MTIREPOP RUNNIN', MAMA. Freedom Dreams 63
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3 CANBUIUJA -, jturi IN THIS Look for clues in the text that tell you what the author believes or values. Think about your own beliefs and values. What do you think the author believes or values? Do you agree or disagree? IWgy'UI. HIRg US O V^SH CTSHES. BUT THEV WON'T I/" US ORPgfZ EVEN OAST. Cm COUNCil, SAVS Wi WON'T GST gt-gctrfcity OR RUNNING WATER. BUT THBY'U- PUT A GARBASE PUMP AT THE EPSE OP OUR TOWN. Freedom Dreams 65
4 * «*»* r^e Look for clues m the text that tell you about the author's bias or point of view. How do you personally respond to this author's message and point of view? 66 Unit 6: Chasing a Dream
5 Evaluati Decide whether you agree or disagree with the author's message. Reflect on what the author is saying and how you respond. What message does this text send? How do you respond to it? Some of the African-Americans who escaped slavery in the United States settled in southern Ontario and Nova Scotia outside of Halifax. Now they fought for freedom from outright racism and for better living conditions. For example, in Afrtcvle in Nova Scotia in the 1960s, the Black community fought to prevent the demolition of their church and homes, and the relocation of their citizens. In 2002, Afrievilte was declared a national historic site. Today, former residents of Afrievilte still fight for justice and compensation for their descendants. Reflecting Evaluating Texts: What line or image in this selection best presents the artist's message or point of view? What is your response to that message? Metacognition: How did asking evaluative questions help you respond to this selection? Media Literacy: How does viewing a comic contribute to your understanding of this issue? What other media form (such as a movie, poster, or radio play) could be used to present the same information? (/(Hi, Freedom Dreams
6 APPLYING V:Jsl.-! STRATEGIES Talk About It How long do you expect it to take for your dreams to become a reality? Reading Like a Writer > Revising and Editing nrvr A Dream and a Vision Program Brochure for Richard Loring's African Footprint Richard Loring's African Footprint is an amazing musical and dance performance that gave young South Africans the opportunity to pursue their dreams. The show is described as an "explosive stampede of song and dance that tells the vibrant and diverse history of South Africa."
7 THE JOURNEY... In 1999, Richard Loring, TV and theatre star and show producer, recruited a group of young people from the dusty streets of Soweto*. From hundreds of hopefuls, only 30 young aspiring performers were chosen. The next year was taken up with vocal classes and intensive dance instruction, which, for most of these youngsters, was their first opportunity to enter the world of professional theatre. The long hours of rehearsal were rewarded when, on December 31, 1999, African Footprint was invited to perform before Nelson Mandela in Block B on Robben Island, the very place where South Africa's leader had been a prisoner for some 18 years. The result was an explosive and emotional performance televised around the world and seen by over 250 million viewers. Based on the CNN broadcast, Richard Loring received a deluge of demands that the school start a show, and that show became African Footprint, the longest running show in the history of South Africa. It has toured Europe, Australia, China, Israel, and India, and has been invited for command performances twice before Prince Charles and Prince Philip. Now African Footprint is finally embarking on its first North American tour... *Soweto is an urban area in the city of Johannesburg, in Gauteng, South Africa Its name is short for South Western Townships.
8 MESSAGE FROM CREATOR/PI RECTOR RICHARD LORING A journey that started with a dream and vision to develop the artistic skills of South African youth through the creation of a unique song and dance experience led me to a World Premiere of the show African Footprint. My resolve, which also became a journey of self-appraisal, was strengthened by a fortuitous (lucky) introduction to the fiery words of passion and love of acclaimed poet Don Mattera, and a dynamic exposure to the dramatic fusion (blending together) of award-winning choreographers Debbie Rakusin and David Matemela. No creative process is without pain, frustration, and a lot of soul searching, but each step has truly been a journey of self-discovery, shared with the African Footprint company, who have been challenged to extend themselves physically and creatively on a daily basis. On December 31, 1999, my exposure to the starkness of Block B on Robben Island whilst filming a special Global Broadcast segment with Nelson Mandela, involving the African Footprint artists, was truly humbling. This moment became a personal spiritual experience that made the trials and tribulations of my creative journey over four years pale into insignificance. I am proud to be embarking on our North American tour, which we began in New Orleans, as the first international company to perform since the devastation of hurricane Katrina. May you enjoy each step of our journey through tonight's "Explosive Stampede of Song and Dance." Richard Loring, Producer Nelson Mandela, former president of South Africa, was once a political prisoner on Robben Island in Block B. The performance was held in the prison as a tribute to his experience and the experiences of many other political prisoners. i 90 Unit 6: Chasing a Dream
9 ^v* -7 A.^ y*2ll_ CAST NORTH AMERICAN TOUR SPRINC 2008 Xolani DANGAZELA Jacobus Johannes GOMES Mandla HLTATSHWAYO Shana KOKWANE Thabo KOMAPI Tseko LETHOBA Taryn MAKAAB Alpheus MALO! Botho MALOPE Nokulunga (Lungi) MATHE Thulani MAVUMA Mmabatho MOEPWA Nontle MONDIE Katlego MOTLHABANE ftobelampela ThembaNDABA Benevolent (Noel) NDINISA jabulani NGCOBO Gabriel Zakhele NKOSI Lesago RAMATLHARE Bongani SIBIYA Wayne SIYABA Rachel STOLS Tebogo TLAHALE 1 Sandile TWALA 1 Thulani ZWANE Reading Like a Writer: This selection was written as a program brochure to be given to people as they entered the theatre. If you were able to ask the writer to revise this selection so that it answered your questions, what information would you want included? Metacognition: A program brochure has a specific purpose and audience. What critical questions should you ask about the information in such a media text? Media Literacy: Evaluate the design elements in this selection. How does the design influence your response to the selection? African Footprint 91
10 1 Talk About It Do you think that most adults live their childhood dreams? Speech bv Communicating Effectively When delivering an oral presentation, you need to consider your purpose and audience. From the title, what do you think Dave's purpose is? As you read, think about the clues that reveal Dave's purpose and audience. Communicating Good questions can engage and involve the audience. Why is this question a good way to start the speech? Dave Cunning is an Australian comic book artist who created an organization for publishing local comic book artists. He started an online comic shop Local Act Comics or LAC where independent Australian comic book artists can promote and sell their work. After only one year in business, Dave's Local Act Comics was nominated for Production Design of the Year at the Australian Ledger Awards. Here, he speaks to other artists about making his dream come true. DAVE: Many years ago a good friend of mine asked me, "Dave, what do you want to be when you grow up?" After only a few moments I replied, "Al, I want to be a comic book artist." Making My Dreams Reality
11 tmunkatmg :tivelv Use appropriate language (either formal or informal) for your purpose and audience. What does Dave's word choice tell you about his audience? Communicating Effectively Paraphrase information so that your audience hears important information several times. How else has Dave said the same thinq about setbacks? Ten years on and here I am, chasing the dream with Local Act Comics. From the outset, I knew this would be a hard road. From the veteran's warnings of lost money to store owners giving the sideways glance with an uninterested, "Australian stuff doesn't sell here..." (pause)yet here we are, still pushing on. It may sound lame but that statement has pushed me in those late, late hours when my hands were too cold to hold a pencil. I have set a goal for LAC to raise the profile and awareness of the Aussie comics scene, and so far things are looking up. We have a really great group of creators associated with LAC, who are dedicated to pushing the boundaries and making a difference. Of course, we've had our setbacks. From printers running a month behind to a disheartening lack of enthusiasm when LAC first rolled out asking for contributors to our first anthology, LAC Presents.. so <<ou see 6VSNTHW6 I* WBVTHe, auwmws we evr at TOUCH, IS IN SOME WM f'«t ««- lbt «5T..,, ' THBE, IT'S WISrelHi.1 COSMIC PIMM so wnonwrrs THe UPlST 5HC? WE *«** nms r*m (VSPHtfVTIONS 1? 1DD 94 Unit 6: Chasing a Dream -,rn 20OL-
12 I think Australian cartoonist Graeme McDonald says it best in his summary of his experience in comics, "navigating my way between those who said they could (pause) and those that actually did." It's an often unfortunate outcome with Australian comics that everyday life has to come before the "hobby." I guess I made the decision along the way that, for me, comics was going to be part of everyday life. As with anything in life, the inclusion of one thing often means the exclusion of another, and as far as I'm aware nobody has managed to squeeze any more hours in each day, so we must be content with the fact that only so many words and lines can be scribed in 24 hours, and that we are not supermen and women. Often, it seems that it is only with the support of those around us (Dave gestures with spread arms at audience) that we are able to make a dream such as this one a reality. Effective speakers pause for emphasis. How does Dave's pause at this point contribute to his message about chasing a dream? Effective speakers use nonverbal techniques for emphasis or to connect with their audience. Why does Dave spread his arms toward the audience? Why is this a good way to end the speech? Communicating Effectively: What speaking strategies does Dave use to help his audience understand his message? Metacognition: What listening strategies do you use to help you understand a speaker? How are those listening strategies connected to the speaking strategies a good speaker uses? (For example, a good listener looks for nonverbal cues.) Media Literacy: Examine the images that accompany this selection. What can you tell about the artists? How does the text help you interpret the images? Making My Dreams Reality 95
13 UNDERS Talk About It What catches your attention when you view a PSA? STRATEGIES Creating Public Service Announcements Public Service Announcement from ThinkFirst Canada Creating Public Service Announcements Do you dream of allies, crooked grinds, or hardflips? In your dreams, are you wearing a helmet? ThinkFirst Foundation of Canada has a mission to "prevent brain and spinal cord injury through education aimed at healthy behaviours in children and youth. " Check out their PSA on helmet safety. A PSA informs people about a specific issue using a short, powerful message. What do you think the message of this PSA will be? Creating Public Service Announcements MMMEBMMMHMBMMM A good PSA uses text and images to send a strong message and connect with its audience. How does this PSA connect strongly with its target audience? B^^BM Opening Scene: Young teenager on skateboard slides to stop at top of concrete structure. Setting is a skateboard park with ramps and rails. Sound effects throughout: skateboard wheels across concrete. SKATEBOARDER: I'll start with an ollie. Camera follows skateboarder through moves as described. Camera angles shift from above skateboarder to below. SKATEBOARDER: Go to a frontside melon. Into a crooked grind on the rail. Skateboarder jumps from ramp to rail to ramp. Moving quickly, quick shots cut from head to feet to skateboard to hands to ground to sky. Cropped shots of feet, board, or hand convey intensity of movements. 0 'Unit 6: Chasing a Dream
14 SKATEBOARDER: into a frontside 180. Set up for a frontside 3, 3 flip. Skateboarder slides down rail. Tight shot on skateboarder's board and legs as he crouches for next move. L^ SKATEBOARDER: Back side board slide. Sets up to hardflip... Rapid movement of camera as it spins to follow action. Skateboarder's hand appears, hitting concrete ramp. SKATEBOARDER:... then... ugh! Closing scene, riderless skateboard slides across concrete, rolls up slight incline, then down. Sound effects: wheels on concrete, then distant shush of traffic. Creating Public Service Announcements A good PSA delivers the message that the issue is important or serious. How is the seriousness of this issue conveyed? WEAR AHEIMET Text on screen and logo appear: YOUR HEAD vs CONCRETE and THINK FIRST- WEAR A HELMET Creating PSAs: A good PSA usually gives you a detailed description of the issue and explicit steps to resolve it. This PSA spends 25 s on entertaining skateboarding scenes and 3 s on its critical message: wear a helmet. Why do you think this PSA does that? Would you judge this PSA as effective? Why or why not? Metacognition: What's more likely to catch your attention when you view a PSA, the images or the words? What does that tell you about the way you learn? Critical Literacy: An organization that is advocating the wearing of helmets used an actor who did not wear a helmet during most of the filming. How does that knowledge affect your response to the PSA? Creating Public Service Announcements A good PSA usually includes information about the organization and how it can be reached. What organization created this PSA? Why do you think this organization hasn't included information about how to contact it? & Your Head vs Concrete 101
15 TEXT Talk About It Why do so many people dream of being movie stars?... Problem/Solution \ Profile by Tanya Lloyd Kyi Stardom... it's not easy breaking into show biz. Every year, tens of thousands of aspiring (rhymes with perspiring but means "hopeful" or "ambitious") actors audition for the big role, the one that will get them an Oscar, win them a Cannes Film Festival Award, or earn them a million bucks and a lasting place in the minds and hearts of viewers. Very few succeed. So, how do you become famous? Well, some people might say, "Where there's a will, there's a way." Others would say, "You have to hope for a lucky break." What follows is the story of how one unknown comic made his dream of stardom a reality. J rot Text Pattern Problem/solution text pattern clearly identifies the problems. From this heading, what do you predict will be the main problem Jim Carrey faces? Comic Rejection! Fourteen-year-old Jim Carrey could hear the blood beating in his ears as he walked onto the stage at Yuk Yuk's Komedy Kabaret in Toronto. The city's first comedy club was actually just a local community centre, transformed with spotlights, a backdrop, and a swirl of small tables. Each week, one paid professional comic would perform, along with five to ten amateurs. Dreaming of Stardom
16 In 1976, one of those amateurs was Jim. He was used to performing for friends and family, but standing on stage felt incredibly different. When he tried a few impressions of famous people and didn't get many laughs from the crowd, he began to panic. With good reason YukYuk's had a cruel way of getting rid of uninspiring comics. After a few minutes, one of the managers reached over with a large hook, snagged it on Jim's waist, and pulled him offstage. Meanwhile, above the recorded sounds of a car crash, the announcer said, "Yes! It's another YukYuk's disaster!" Problem/Solution Text Pattern The use of headings may help you identify the problem(s) or solution(s). What problems are identified with this heading? What solution is suggested in the heading on page 107? School and Family Problems For many aspiring comics, that kind of rejection at 14 would have put an end to all thoughts of a career. But as the youngest of four children, Jim had grown up knowing that silliness and crazy jokes were a sure way to gain attention. He'd already perfected his role as the class clown at school.
17 One of Jim's elementary-school report cards read: "Jim finishes his work first and then disrupts the class." But not all of his teachers discouraged him. One was so impressed by his imitations that she invited him to perform at the Christmas assembly. Another promised that if he worked well all day, he could put on a routine for the class every afternoon, an opportunity that Jim loved. Maybe Jim needed to keep makingjokes because life at home was so difficult. After several years of working together at a local factory under nightmarish conditions, the family quit and spent eight months living out of a camper van. Jim quit school at 16 and got a job at a picture frame factory, but his constant joking cut into his production, and he was fired after six months. If At First You Don't Succeed... Jim was convinced there was something better than factory work in store for him. With his father's encouragement, Jim made an appearance on a local telethon and performed a comedy act at a Scarborough restaurant. Then, with this experience in front of strangers to call on, he went back for a second try at Yuk Yuk's Komedy Kabaret. 4- Problem/Solution "*"* Text Pattern A single problem can have one or more solutions. How was Jim's willingness to go back for a second try a solution to his initial problem? The Cable Guy (1996) Ace Ventura: When Nature Calls (1995) Batman Forever (199 Dumb and Dumber (1994) The Mask (1994) Ace Ventura: Pet Detective (1994) Dreaming'
18 ProbJem/Solutio Text Pattern Solutions to a problem may be independent of one another, or one solution may build on the last. How did Jim Carrey build on solutions to his initial problem? - Armed with several more years of practice, Jim managed to overcome his stage fright and crack up the audience with his impressions and contortions. Within just a few months, he'd moved from the amateur spot to paid performances. And at the age of 17, he decided to go for the big time he moved to Los Angeles and began performing at a popular club there. It didn't take long for his big break to arrive. Rodney Dangerfield was in the audience one s^ night and was so impressed by Jim's act that he invited the teen to open for him during his next tour.
19 ... Try, Try Again Jim was on his way to comedy fame. In 1981, he appeared in his first film. Then, in 1994, he earned international attention with his role in Ace Ventura: Pet Detective. He went on to appear in The Mask, Dumb and Dumber, Batman Forever, Liar Liar, and Fun with Dick and Jane. He also expanded his acting resume to include more serious roles. Now, Jim is one of the highest-paid comedic actors in Hollywood; Jim has certainly achieved his childhood dreams. As well, as he gained success and fame as a comedian, Jim resolved his childhood problems of poverty and difficult living conditions. ctmg Problem/Solution Text Pattern Key words can signal problem/ solution text pattern. What key words in this selection help you identify the pattern? HBBBBUBB Analyzing Text Patterns: In your opinion, how clearly does this article state the problem(s) and solution(s)? What evidence in the text supports your answer? Metacognition: How does analyzing the text pattern affect your response to the text? Critical Literacy: What viewpoint does the author of this selection hold? Given that viewpoint, what questions should you ask of this selection?
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