Friday, April 27, 2012

A Walk Through Time

I was so proud of all of your performances in the play.  I'd like to have a little feedback from you.  In 2 or 3 paragraphs, describe something you enjoyed doing in the play, something you learned from the play, and which part from another class you think you will remember.

39 comments:

  1. I enjoyed the Back Street Boys it was funny. I leaned were president Mckinley was assassinated.
    I will never forget when Jackson yelled I'm king of the world. Over all it was a lot of fun.

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  2. I loved doing the play, I enjoyed the bright lights and the music. I also think the songs were amazing. I especially like the song Age Of Aquarius. It was very catchy.

    I learned that there was a machine that people that had polo might go into. The iron long.

    I think the totally request show. I though the Back Street boys were very good. I also though that Garth was good to.

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  3. I enjoyed the Back Street Boys, I loved the Scream, the grandmother singing was sweet, and the Titanic interrupting was very funny. Charlie Chapmen was the bomb is what I think.

    I learned that three major people were killed. I think Mrs. Anderson's class will be the most memorable

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  4. I enjoyed the Back Street Boys. It was really funny to see Charles lip sing. I liked a lot of other parts ,but that was my favorite. I also liked Forest Gump.

    I learned about the Oklahoma bombing and a lot of other things I can't put on the list. In the end it is funny you can learn and a ton of other things.

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  5. A reply to IsaacFarris7 Its Chaplin just saw that thought you might want to know. My favorite part was the grandmother singing she is very talented. Josiah did a good job with his hurting back.

    But best of all Forest Gump was great. That's my favorite part of the play. I learned that Bobby Kennedy was actually real. There you go that my recap of the play.

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  6. I think the play was pretty fun. I liked getting to run the Power Point for the projector.(IT WAS NOT MY FAULT IT TURNED OF IN THE MIDDLE OF THE PLAY!)I really liked Abraham playing Forest Gump. I learned a lot about all the horrible things that happened in the 80's and 90's. I think the play turned out great.

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  7. I enjoyed my part a lot because I got to where a big hat and beard. Everyone laughed at how I looked but I could understand that I look weird, but funny.

    Something that I learned from the play was how life was in history and just how they had to do it. I will always remember when The Backstreet Boys in Mrs. Anderson's class came out and dance to one of the songs The Backstreet Boys wrote.

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  8. The thing I enjoyed the most in the play was acting on stage. I think why I enjoyed being on the stage is because i Love acting. I don't think it's a passion but it's just a fun activity to do. While your acting you can express yourself while your playing that part so it's pretty easy for myself.

    The most interesting thing I learned from the play is that Judy Garland sang Over the Rainbow. I've never just really sat down and watched The wizard of Oz. It's a beautiful song and I loved singing it. I'm very interested in who wrote the song, I guess I'll have to look it up.

    I think I'll always remember Maddie Griffin as the vitameatavegamin girl. She was really pretty and great. She was really funny and her costume was perfect. Everyone laughed and smiled because her acting and facial expressions were good. I'll always remember that moment.

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  9. I learned so many things!!! like about all of our history. My favorite act was Mrs. Andersons and Mrs. Claytons. I learned alot from both of their acts I loved Mrs.Burris's It was funny. I liked Mrs.Knotts, because It was very educational. I also thought that Mrs. Thomas's was very amusing.

    I won't forget Addison's song it was very sad and beautiful how she sang it.

    All in all I think thaat we all did a great job.

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  10. I think the play turned out really good. I really enjoyed getting to do the play with my friends. It was also fun getting to watch the play for the first time. I leaned that there were car phones and they were conected to the car.

    I remember, from another class, Maddie G. doing the viatameatavegamen comercial. It was really funny!

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  11. I loved doing the play.One of my favorite parts was my part.But I did not like singing the songs.I also thought it was funny when the computer turned off.
    I did also like only having one part because i only needed to make one costume and learn one set of lines.I also learned that Edwin Porter made the first motion picture.

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  12. I loved the play! I really liked getting to be Alice in the Brady Bunch. I thought it was really fun getting to watch every ones act. I learned that people used phones plugged into the car called car phones.

    I will always remember the flappers! They were so funny!

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  13. I liked singing in the play. I liked watching other people doing their parts. I was so proud of Alex taking over for Hannah in the play. I liked doing my part in the play it was really fun. I learned that there was a disaster in Oklahoma.

    I learned that John F Kennedy had a brother. I can remember the lines that Ricky said and it was funny.

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  14. The play was probably one of the best play experiences I had ever had. Even if screaming was not my favorite part being a hippie was fun, because I have never done anything like that before. The play was really fun to watch with all the different acts in the last class.

    The songs we sung were interesting yet fun to sing and listen to when we were backstage and in the choir. Honestly I could never forget this play.

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  15. I loved every part of the play. Mine especially. I think that we all did great and that we all had a very good time. My favorite song was give a little love though I missed the first one for the fourth graders due to a random nosebleed...
    Charlie Chaplin was funny and I think Bailey nailed the walk. Sam was Uncle Sam which was a coincidence. The flappers and David were really funny. Then Abbot and Costell[Avery and Brennan] were also funny. It was the best play that I have ever been in.

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  16. I loved the play was one of the best things I've done in a long time. I liked all of the part especially the family and my part I nailed Ed Soliven and Nixon. The '20 where good.

    I will never forget FRD and Nosoleny.

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  17. I was really surprised with the play. I laughed at so many times (at the funny parts). At some points in the play they had really important history. My part was a historian, I had a lot of fun when we were doing it in the classroom too.

    In the play I learned interesting parts of history. There was sad to to tell like bombings and assassinations. I also learned that Martin Luther King Junior stood up for equal rights too.

    Part of the play I'll remember is Mrs.
    Anderson's class. The backstreet boys were funny along with the titanic skit. I also liked the ending we did too. It also gets stuck in my mind a lot. I enjoyed the whole play!

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  18. Mya Menifeekd#12May 1, 2012 at 2:26 PM

    One thing I learned and like in the play was when the flappers came in. They did a really great job I never knew the Charleston was so big of a deal everyone came out to dance. Flapper Adele did a really great job she made the whole thing look real.

    My favorite is when the Grandma came out and to sing she sounded really good she was I think the best person who actually sung loudly than all.

    It was also sad to here about Robert Kennedy. One thing that I thought was funny is when Forest Gump came out and the Andrew sisters. Also when Jackson came out and said I'm the king of the world.Also I think the best part of the play is Everything!!!

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  19. My favorite part in the play is my part. And don't get me wrong im not picking that part because it was my part but because of the fact I think it made everyone laugh because of my moonwalk and the slow motion A. And I also think that the backstreet boys were very funny because of all the dancing and lipsinging all the words

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  20. The play was tons of fun. We had laughs, memories, and great times. My favorite part was the Beatles. It was so funny. Connor rocked the wig.
    The thing that I learned that there were fun parts and tragic parts. Like 911, San Fransisco earthquake, and many more parts. That is what I liked, did,and learned.

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  21. The play was so fun! I was Paul McCartney. I had to lip sing. I thought it was gonna be disaster, but it came out pretty good. My favorite part was probably the Beatles.
    It was so fun. It was pretty different from last years play. It was different by where we were singing last year we sung on the bleachers. This year we sung in the stands. I really liked it this year. Hoped you liked my story!

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  22. I most enjoyed playing George Harrison of the Beatles. I even had a guitar that looked liked his! And even though it was kind of heavy, I loved it all. Another thing I enjoyed was Playing as Buzz Aldrin.
    I liked the whole play, but I really enjoyed Mrs.Clayton's class. I liked the Babe Ruth part. Regen had to have a script because there were so many names for Babe. I loved the play.

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  23. The first question is what I enjoyed doing in the play. My favorite was probably being in the Brady Bunch. We made all the parents laugh and they clapped for us to. I also enjoyed doing the power point. I liked to learn about all Americas leaders. My favorite part was Ricky playing Hirohito.

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  24. I enjoyed the play very much. Some of my favorite things are, The beetles and the Backstreet Boys. Others are The Brady Bunch and I also enjoyed all the complements I got after the play.

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  25. The thing I liked doing the most was the Beatles. The thing I learned was Tickle Me Elmo was very popular. I will remember Ricky playing Hirohito.

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  26. The play was so much fun. I had a great time being in the Brady Bunch. That was probably my favorite part. A person in another class that did a good job was Bailey playing as, Charlie Chapman. When the play was over a lot of people said they were proud of me.

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  27. I loved playing all my parts in the play. I had to act as a person who remembered Martin Luther King Jr.'s famous "I Have a Dream" speech. Then I was Gerald Ford, the successor of Richard Nixon(In the play Ryan Nelson played Richard Nixon). Then I was a sportscaster, and finally I played a trucker. My favorite part was being in the trucker outfit. I also loved to just be there and see the parent's reactions to the jokes in the play

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  28. I really liked the Brady Bunch. they got a really big laugh. They all had great costumes,especially Alice!
    I learned that the Beatles wore suits instead of rock band clothes. I loved the part where the grandma and grandpa said the re favorite part of the new millennium was when all the kids were born!

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  29. The play was the bomb! I liked the part where the Beatles rocked it out nice guitar Nathan. The play was a huge success, plus another really good part was getting to be the smartest man-who-ever-lived!

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  30. The play was very fun to be in. I loved the Beatles the song they sang was stuck in my head for days. It was a very cool experience.

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  31. I think the play was really good. We put a lot of hard work into it, so I'm not surprised everyone liked it. There wrer maybe about 150 people at least.

    My favorite part was the whole thing itself! If I were a teacher, I'd give it an A+

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  32. I had a great time in the play! It was a lot of fun being the "Titanic girl" in the play! Although it was a little embarassing having to wear pigtails and tights. It was funny when the background music started right in the middle of my line! It was also funny when the song Trey was singing started before he finished talking!

    One of the things I learned about was that it was a lot harder back then to get stuff done because they did not have the inventions that we have now. I also learned that many people died on the Titanic and it was very hard for their families to recover.

    I will never forget Addison singing that pretty song. She has a beautiful voice! I will also remember Maddie, the Vitameatavegamin girl saying her funny line!

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  33. I did not get to be in this play. I enjoyed a lot of parts like MaddieG. and the Brady Bunch. It was so funny and I loved it.

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  34. I enjoyed my part when we did the Brady Bunch. It was funny the night of the play because the audience laughed and laughed. I also loved wearing my costume even though it was a little embarassing.

    I did not have a clue what most of the important things that were said meant until my mom told me. It was very educating. Also, it was very entertaining.

    I think I will remember the part with Madison and the Titanic the most. It was so funny. At the same time it was serious. I also liked the end when we sang the song together. It was a great way to end our program. I loved the play.

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  35. I really did like the play! I was happy that it was just the fifth graders doing the play. I thought everyone did a great job! The thing I enjoyed the most was doing the play with my friends. I really enjoyed the hard work and energy we put into it! I was relieved that I didn't have a lot to say. The thing I will remember the most is Charlie Chaplin’s walk and Albert Einstein's hair! I hope next year we do a play similar to the one we just did!

    I learned a lot of things in the play. I didn't know that there were remotes plugged into the TV, and that phones were attached to the car. I also learned that the girls that were called flappers wore their hair in a short cute bob style. I learned so much at the play that I can hardly keep up with all the new facts!

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  36. Kenadee #19 2 partMay 3, 2012 at 4:53 AM

    I had a great time in the fifth grade play! It was really fun because everyone put there most effect into it and that's what made the play come put with a great result in the end. I won't forget the Beatles and of course my dance the "disco". It was a little embarrassing at first but in the end I pulled through without laughing.

    I learned so many things in the play. I had no idea that Tickle Me Elmo was a popular thing, and that people would actually fight over it. I also learned that remotes were plugged into the tv. That was something that I find fascinating actually.

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  37. I liked being Alexander. It was fun learning all the different lines and parts in the play. I was in the middle of of the first chunks part and at the end of it.
    I also liked learning the different songs but didn't enjoy singing them though. My favorite part of the play was the backstreet boys, man I wish I could have been one. The part that I will probably remember is going on stage on saying my lines like a pro, even though I was a little nervous.

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  38. I loved the play it was fun to watch. I loved the backstreet boys,Brady Bunch,Maddie G.was funny. I liked the end part. The tickle me Elmo was funny and the Disco girl was good.

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  39. I loved the play it was so much fun. I loved being in the Brady Bunch. Even though the costume that I wore was a little embarrassing. The fun part was that all the parents laughed and laughed.

    I loved the play. My favorite parts were, the Titanic girl and I loved the tickle me Elmo part too. It all was a good play.

    I learned that some things that happened could be funny but serious too. Like the Titanic Girl, Her line was serious but, the music that came on was funny. It was a very educational play. I loved the play!

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