Play Adaptations Survey

The following questions are designed to gauge students' opinions on the stories they read, the plays they wrote and performed, and also the plays we watched by Chamber Theatre Productions at the Masonic Auditorium on October 14, 2013.

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  1. What value would you place on reading the peom "The Raven"?
    Excellent quality and highly entertaining
    Very good quality and entertaining too
    Good experience, glad I did it
    Fair value, OK entertainment
    Poor value and extremely boring


  1. What value would you place on reading the short story "The Tell-Tale Heart"?
    Excellent quality and highly entertaining
    Very good quality and entertaining too
    Good experience, glad I did it
    Fair value, OK entertainment
    Poor value and extremely boring


  1. What value would you place on reading the short story "The Monkey's Paw"?
    Excellent quality and highly entertaining
    Very good quality and entertaining too
    Good experience, glad I did it
    Fair value, OK entertainment
    Poor value and extremely boring


  1. What value would you place on reading the short story "The Necklace"?
    Excellent quality and highly entertaining
    Very good quality and entertaining too
    Good experience, glad I did it
    Fair value, OK entertainment
    Poor value and extremely boring


  1. What value would you place on reading the short story "The Legend of Sleepy Hollow"?
    Excellent quality and highly entertaining
    Very good quality and entertaining too
    Good experience, glad I did it
    Fair value, OK entertainment
    Poor value and extremely boring


  1. What value would you place on reading the short story "The Celebrated Jumping Frog of Calaveras County"?
    Excellent quality and highly entertaining
    Very good quality and entertaining too
    Good experience, glad I did it
    Fair value, OK entertainment
    Poor value and extremely boring


  1. How would you rate your experience with adapting a story into a play and performing it for the class?
    Excellent quality and highly entertaining
    Very good quality and entertaining too
    Good experience, glad I did it
    Fair value, OK entertainment
    Poor value and extremely boring


  1. How would you rate your experience with viewing your classmates' play adaptations that were performed for the class in the lecture hall?
    Excellent quality and highly entertaining
    Very good quality and entertaining too
    Good experience, glad I did it
    Fair value, OK entertainment
    Poor value and extremely boring


  1. How would you rate your experience of viewing the professional play adaptations that were performed on the field trip to the Masonic Auditorium on October 14th?
    Excellent quality and highly entertaining
    Very good quality and entertaining too
    Good experience, glad I did it
    Fair value, OK entertainment
    Poor value and extremely boring


  1. If you could have any of these experiences over again, which would you choose? Multiple selections are allowed.
    Read short stories and poems
    Analyze the plots and literary devices of short stories
    Adapt a short story into a play (written)
    Act out a play in front of the class (acting)
    Watch other students perform their plays for the class
    See a play performed by professional actors at a theater


  1. Of all the stories/poems we read, which was your favorite? Multiple selections are allowed.
    "The Highwayman"
    "The Raven"
    "The Tell-Tale Heart"
    "The Necklace"
    "The Monkey's Paw"
    "The Legend of SLeepy Hollow"
    "The Celebrated Jumping Frog of Calaveras County"


  1. Of all the plays we saw performed by the Chamber Theatre Production company at the Masonic Auditorium, which was your favorite? Multiple selections are allowed.
    "The Raven"
    "The Tell-Tale Heart"
    "The Necklace"
    "The Monkey's Paw"
    "The Legend of SLeepy Hollow"
    "The Celebrated Jumping Frog of Calaveras County"


  1. Of all the class teams who performed plays for the class, which group(s) did you enjoy most? You may identify them by group members or the story they performed or both.





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