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					  Monday, November 15, 2010
              Quick Write #46
“Wisely and slow; they stumble that run fast.”



    1st and 7th Period: Prepare for Direct Quote quiz.


    Today’s objective: Act II vocabulary and reading
   Vocabulary Act II
Baleful- Destructive
Dissemble- To pretend
Enmity- Hatred
Entreat- To plea
Feign- A false appearance
Perjury- False testimony
        Act II part 2
Prate- To talk idly for a long
  time
Rancor- deep ill-will
Wanton- immoral
         Character Analysis
Writing assignment----
               Act I
         Reading Reflection
How does Shakespeare use Act I to develop
  the foundation of Romeo and Juliet?
1. The fight
2. The party
3. Paris and Juliet
4. Romeo’s love for Rosaline
5. Romeo foreshadows his death
        Act II, scene iii
In a two paragraph essay, explain
  the Friar’s open soliloquy.

A soliloquy is a speech in which a
 character, alone on stage,
 expresses his or her thoughts to
 the audience.
       Happy Friday!!!
      November 12, 2010


Prepare for your Act I- Direct Quote quiz.
Thursday, November 11, 2010


        Quick Write #45
          “Love is...”
               Act I
         Reading Reflection
How does Shakespeare use Act I to develop
  the foundation of Romeo and Juliet?
1. The fight
2. The party
3. Paris and Juliet
4. Romeo’s love for Rosaline
5. Romeo foreshadows his death
Poetry Projects are due TODAY
Wednesday, November 10, 2010


             Quick Write #44
“One man’s trash is another man’s treasure.”
  Poetry Projects are due
      TOMORROW
Tuesday, November 9, 2010


           Quick Write #43
“One fire burns out another’s burning.”
 Poetry Projects are due
  Wednesday, 11/10/10
Friday, November 5, 2010


      Quick Write #42
 “Blood is thicker than water.”
Thursday, November 4, 2010


           Quick Write #41
  If your parents disagreed with the
 boy/girl you were dating, would you
       break up with him/her?
Wednesday, November 3, 2010


          Quick Write #40
   Do you control whom you love?
          Creative Word Art
                 Pages 2 & 13
Using the creative word art on page 2, see
 how many sentences you can create.

1. You may only use the words on the list.
2. You cannot add or delete letters to create
   other derivatives of a word.
        Act II, scene iii
In a two paragraph essay, explain
  the Friar’s open soliloquy.

A soliloquy is a speech in which a
 character, alone on stage,
 expresses his or her thoughts to
 the audience.
              Shakespeare

To be, or not to be: that is the question.
             - Shakespeare
History of Shakespeare
Name: William Shakespeare
Born: 1564
Died: 1616
Birthplace: Stratford-on-Avon
Married: Anne Hathaway
Children: Susanna
Hamnet, Judith (twins)
Shakespeare's Writings
- Comedies
- Histories
- Tragedies- Romeo and Juliet
- Romances
- Poems- Sonnets (14 line
  lyrical poems, 154)
Shakespeare’s Writings Pt.2
 Shakespeare’s writings are
   divided into four periods.

 Romeo and Juliet was written in
  the 2nd period, 1595- 1600.
  History of Language
Shakespeare wrote in
  Elizabethan dialect.

Most of the words that may be
 difficult to understand will be
 clarified in the margin.

See page 670 in text book.
     Hip Hop Loves Shakespeare
                The themes and conflicts present in
                Shakespeare are all present in hip
                hop.” Tupac confirmed this, in a 1995
                interview, “I love Shakespeare. He
                wrote some of the rawest stories, man.
                I mean look at Romeo and Juliet.
                That's some serious ghetto s%&@.
                You got this guy Romeo from the
                Bloods who falls for Juliet, a female
                from the Crips, and everybody in both
                gangs are against them. So they have
Source:
Vibe.com/news   to sneak out and they end up dead for
/online
                nothing. Real tragic stuff.”
Hip Hop Loves Shakespeare
 Tupac Shakur performed in
  Shakespearean plays while
  attending Baltimore School of
  the Arts.

 Reality is wrong. Dreams are
  real.
                  - Tupac Shakur
    Romeo and Juliet




…star-crossed lovers from feuding families…
Tuesday, November 2, 2010


         Quick Write #40
  Do you control whom you love?
 Romeo and Juliet


Reader’s Writer’s Notebook
     Vocabulary Act V
Ambiguous – More than one meaning

Lament- To mourn

Engrossed- Completely occupied

Inauspicious- Unfavorable
  Vocabulary Act V
Presage- foreshadows a future event

Inundate- To overflow or flood

Obsequious- Overly attentive

Penury- Extreme poverty

Savory- Appetizing
Vocabulary Act III and Act IV
  Ascend- To move upward
  Beguile- To deceive
  Calamity- A serious event
    causing misfortune
  Vex- Discomfort
  Dirge- Lament (deep sorrow)
  Prostrate- Stretching out
  Supple- Easily bent
If I say it, if it’s written, YOU
          WRITE IT!!!
               Cornell Notes!!!
    What is a prologue?
    A piece of writing to introduce a
      drama.
    What is foreshadowing?
    Clues that suggest what will happen
      in the future.
       Reminders!!!
What is a metaphor?
A comparison of two unlike things.
What is a simile?
A comparison using “like” or “as.”
What is main idea?
The over all point of the story/paragraph.
What is author’s purpose?
The author’s reason for his/her writing.
   Characterization
Flat
Characterized by 1 or 2 traits.
Round
Characters are complex and many
  sided.
Dramatic
Develops and grows during the
  story
   Vocabulary Act I
*Augment- to make greater

Virtuous- having excellent morals

Boisterous- rowdy
Vocabulary Pt. 2
Disparage- to degrade

Portentous- to sign/forewarning

*Pernicious- very destructive
   Vocabulary Pt. 3
Posterity- future generations

Profane- showing contempt for
  sacred things

Quench- to extinguish
         What is this!
Direct Address- an interrupter that
  clearly states to whom a character is
  speaking.
You, Capulet , shall go along with me…

Direct Address and Punctuation- sets
  off the words of direct address from
  other words in a sentence.
My noble uncle, do you know the cause?
              Shakespeare

To be, or not to be: that is the question.
             - Shakespeare
History of Shakespeare
Name: William Shakespeare
Born: 1564
Died: 1616
Birthplace: Stratford-on-Avon
Married: Anne Hathaway
Children: Susanna
Hamnet, Judith (twins)
Shakespeare's Writings
- Comedies
- Histories
- Tragedies- Romeo and Juliet
- Romances
- Poems- Sonnets (14 line
  lyrical poems, 154)
Shakespeare’s Writings Pt.2
 Shakespeare’s writings are
   divided into four periods.

 Romeo and Juliet was written in
  the 2nd period, 1595- 1600.
  History of Language
Shakespeare wrote in
  Elizabethan dialect.

Most of the words that may be
 difficult to understand will be
 clarified in the margin.

See page 670 in text book.
     Hip Hop Loves Shakespeare
                The themes and conflicts present in
                Shakespeare are all present in hip
                hop.” Tupac confirmed this, in a 1995
                interview, “I love Shakespeare. He
                wrote some of the rawest stories, man.
                I mean look at Romeo and Juliet.
                That's some serious ghetto s%&@.
                You got this guy Romeo from the
                Bloods who falls for Juliet, a female
                from the Crips, and everybody in both
                gangs are against them. So they have
Source:
Vibe.com/news   to sneak out and they end up dead for
/online
                nothing. Real tragic stuff.”
Hip Hop Loves Shakespeare
 Tupac Shakur performed in
  Shakespearean plays while
  attending Baltimore School of
  the Arts.

 Reality is wrong. Dreams are
  real.
                  - Tupac Shakur
    Romeo and Juliet




…star-crossed lovers from feuding families…
Romeo and Juliet


    At the Mall
The Hip Hop Version
                     Sunday
              Act I- Act II Scene ii




   Fighting between Capulets and Montagues
   Prince threatens families
   Capulets hold ball
   Romeo and Juliet meet and decide to
    marry
          Quick Write #48



How important is your RIGHT to voice your
 opinion?
           Quick Write #49
What was the most significant moment in Act
 I? This is your opinion…




Be specific and provide evidence to support
 your answer.
               Literary Terms
Soliloquy- a long speech expressing the thoughts of
a character alone on a stage

Monologue- speech by one character in a play



Oxymoron- a figure of speech that combines
normally contradictory terms.

				
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