Archive | April, 2017

Romeo & Juliet Worksheet; Hamlet

28 Apr

9th Grade:

We just finished Romeo & Juliet. Today we will do a worksheet. Romeo and Juliet Post Film Questions

12th Grade:

Today we will finish watching Hamlet. Make sure you have your STEAL Chart in class today.

Hamlet and Romeo & Juliet

27 Apr

We will continue viewing and discussing the films.

Make sure you have completed your STEAL Charts

9- Romeo and Juliet

12- Hamlet

Continue with Shakespeare

26 Apr

 

Today we will continue viewing and discussing our Shakespearean play.

9th Grade:

In your notebook:

  • Finish the STEAL Chart for both Romeo and Juliet
  • Identify at least one example of Dramatic Irony in the play

 

12th Grade:

In your notebook:

  • Finish the STEAL Chart for Hamlet
  • Identify at least one example of Dramatic Irony in the play

Characterization in Shakespeare

25 Apr

Today we will be viewing portions of the film versions of the play.

9th Grade:

In your notebook, Create a STEAL Chart for Romeo and Juliet.

12th Grade: 

In your notebook, Create a STEAL Chart for Hamlet

Romeo and Juliet and Dramatic Elements

24 Apr

Here’s something to think about

9th Grade:

Here are the notes we are taking for Dramatic Elements

We will watch the first Act of Romeo and Juliet

Continue Reading Romeo and Juliet

21 Apr

9th Grade: Today we will continue reading Romeo and Juliet

12th Grade: Enjoy the trip!

12th Grade- Body Language – 9th Grade: Romeo and Juliet

20 Apr

12th Grade we will finish our discussion on tone and body language.

9th Grade we will begin reading Romeo and Juliet.

 

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Continue Discussion on Tone and Body Language

19 Apr

Tone and Body Language

18 Apr

 

As we read Shakespeare, it’s important to know that we only have the words the characters speak. There are no clues as to the tone or body language of the characters. We don’t know if a line is yelled or whispered, serious or sarcastic.

Today we will take a look at tone and body language.

Here are the notes so far…

tone and body language

Watch how much the tone and body language affect the meaning in these commercials:

Welcome Back; Shakespeare

17 Apr

Welcome back and I hope you enjoyed your break.

We will begin discussing our next reading, Shakespearean plays.

9th Grade: Romeo and Juliet

Quick writes:

  • How important is it that your family approve of your love interest?
  • How important is it that your love interest’s family approves of you?

Here are two important documents that will help through the reading of the play:

12th Grade: Hamlet

“There is nothing good or bad, but thinking makes it so” -Hamlet

Quick writes:

  • Interpret the quote above?
  • When is a proper amount of time to wait after a spouse has died before remarrying?
  • Is it ok for another family member to marry a dead relative’s spouse (ex: a brother to marry his brother’s widow)

Here are two important documents that will help you through the reading of the play: