You are about to enter a magical theater, in which
reality merges with fantasy. Along the way, you will learn lots of new
vocabulary and how to spell it. Here are some basic things you'll need
to learn if you want to succeed:
A word to the wise: at
a certain point in the theater you might need Shockwave to view part of
the play. You can download it at http://www.macromedia.com/shockwave.
- Along the way you will meet some people who might
try to help you, or get in your way. Be careful of any characters you do
not know. They may be nice or mean, depending on how you treat them and
approach them. Some of the characters you meet will be in the plays, while
others will be in the actual theater itself.
- Depending on what learning style you choose,
your theater experience will differ. The different learning styles will
change the way you will interact with the characters and your control over
your character. While acting in plays you will not be restricted to a certain
path, you will be able to choose your own. This way, everyone will be able
to pick out their own learning style. The paths will generally move away
from each other, but sometimes they may converge at the same point.
- The vocabulary you learn will be based on the
production you choose to participate in. You will learn the vocabulary
through the natural flow of conversation and commands in the theater. Depending
on which production you choose will have something to do with what vocabulary
and spelling words you will learn. You will be able to work in each production
if you like.
- The vocabulary words that you learn will be bolded
and hyperlinked to a page defining the word. So at any point in the page
you will be able to learn the meaning of what your reading.
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Enter the theater