My Interpretation of the Wizard of Oz

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  • Dorothy was very nervous as she got off the bus and looked at her new school. She examined it and said, "What an odd looking place". Just then, two boys claiming to be part of a school gang called the "Lollipop Gild" came to welcome her.
  • We represent the Lollipop Gild. Welcome to Oz Union High School
  • Dorothy went inside, walked through strange halls and felt quite lost. She asked a strange lady where she must go and the lady kindly replied, "Follow the brown brick path".
  • Follow the brown brick path.
  • The path led her to the gym and she took part in her very first class. The most athletic student was a man made of tin. He looked sad and Dorothy asked why. He replied, "I could be better at sports, but I don't put enough heart into it". Dorothy replied, "In order to put your heart into something, you need to learn to love what you're doing". The Tin Man agreed and felt much better.
  • Learn to love what you're doing.
  • Dorothy was escorted to music class by her new friend the Tin Man. There, they met a sobbing Lion. Dorothy asked why he was crying and the Lion replied, "I want to play my instrument with courage!" Dorothy said, "That's easy! Do your best and focus only on the music, nothing else".
  • I want to play with courage!
  • Dorothy had a great time with her new friends in other classes. However, she missed her home. Her first day of school was great, but she longed to be back with her family.
  • There's no place like home!
  • At 3 O' Clock Dorothy arrived home. She was so happy to be back, that she felt weak at the knees. After a day of adventure she yelled, "There's no place like home!"
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