Learning Targets: determine who is to blame for Romeo and Juliet's death
Hand in Act III reading guide.
For the next three class periods we will watch Romeo and Juliet. As you watch- be sure you are documenting evidence of who might be to blame for the death of the young lovers.
On Wednesday we will prepare for your final essay. PLEASE bring your outline and pink Romeo and Juliet text to so you can create an essay outline.
Learning Targets: identify how Romeo and Juliet create further conflict as they "plan" for their future
1. Finish reading Act III
2. Complete reading guide for Act III as well as Themes for Act III
3. Discuss semester final- begin prepping
HOMEWORK- If you did not finish the Act III reading guide, complete for class on Monday
Learning Target: explain the significance of the conflict in Act III between Romeo, Mercutio and Tybalt
1. Themes in Romeo and Juliet- be sure to include both the example of the theme and what Shakespeare may be trying to say to his audience
2. Begin reading Act III- read to the END of scene i
HOMEWORK- WORK ON ACT III READING GUIDE
Learning Targets: identify the literal meaning behind much of the figurative language used by Shakespeare in Romeo and Juliet
1. Figurative Language in Acts I and II
2. Partners and performances
At the end of class, hand in your pink Romeo and Juliet books- I will grade Act II reading guide and themes for Acts I and II.
Learning Targets: demonstrate ability to understand dramatic irony in Act II of Romeo and Juliet
1. If you have a note on your Act 1 reading guide and DID NOT receive a score on the assignment, you have until TUESDAY to hand in the revised assignment. Please be sure to follow directions- highlight, # and write in margins.
2. Finish reading Act II and work on Act II reading guide- due tomorrow AT THE START OF CLASS!
HOMEWORK- ACT II READING GUIDE
Learning Targets: identify and discuss character foils in Romeo and Juliet
1. complete language term definitions and provide examples
2. Read Act II- scene i
3. discuss and explain themes in Act I
Learning Targets: identify key character traits in Romeo, Juliet, the Nurse, Benvolio and Mercutio
1. Finish Act I
2. Act I recap
How would you describe Romeo- evidence?
How would you describe the Nurse- evidence?
How would you describe Benvolio- evidence?
How would you describe Tybalt- evidence?
How would you describe Mercutio- evidence?
3. Act I reading guide- highlight text DO NOT complete answers on reading guide page
HOMEWORK- WORK ON READING GUIDE- DUE AT THE START OF CLASS TOMORROW
Learning Targets: identify why Shakespeare opens the play with comedy and violence, differentiate between Romeo and Mercutio's characters
1. Begin reading Act I- work on reading guide
*Questions for today (please find the answers in the text)
-Where does the play take place?
-At the start of the play, who fights- why?
-How does the Prince feel about the feud between the Montagues and Capulets?
-Who is Romeo in love with? Do you think she is truly in love with him?
2. reading guide is due at the START of class on Friday.
HOMEWORK- WORK ON READING GUIDE
Learning Targets: define and understand examples for key literary terms in Romeo and Juliet
1. Hand in storyboards
2. Romeo and Juliet introduction: The Tragedy of Romeo and Juliet-tragedy
3. Key Terms and Concepts- be sure to take notes today! See Ms. Widdop for a copy of the notes if you missed class
4. choose roles
5. If time, begin Act I
HOMEWORK- ACT 1 READING GUIDE- DUE ON FRIDAY
Learning Targets: identify and summarize key events in the last chapters of TKAM
1. Vocabulary quiz- section IV
2. Finish TKAM
3. Work on storyboards- due at the start of clas on Tuesday.