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Tragedy Fourth Quarter: 2012. Drill 1(4/10 AFG)(4/11D H). Homework: Act I and Inference Quiz (4/12A)(4/13DFGH) Status Check 3(4/13D)(4/16AFG)(4/17H)

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### TragedyFourth Quarter: 2012

• Homework: Act I and Inference Quiz (4/12A)(4/13DFGH)

• Status Check 3(4/13D)(4/16AFG)(4/17H)

• Objective: SWBAT evaluate the differences between the text and visual representations while focusing on the artist/director’s motives in order to understand the play.

• Drill: Take out a sheet of paper and put a proper heading on it.

• Create a T-Chart to record differences and similarities between the play and the movie.

• Respond to this question in three to four sentences.

• Do the characters in the movie match the characters you visualized as you read the play. What is different? What is the same?

• Homework: Act I and Inference Quiz (4/12A)(4/13DFGH)

• Status Check 3(4/13D)(4/16AFG)(4/17H)

• Objective: SWBAT analyze relationships between and among characters, setting, and events in order to make an inference as to the cause of the deaths of Romeo and Juliet.

• Drill: Review your goals from the first three quarters. Have you reached your goals? Explain why or why not.

• What is your final goal for 8th grade English? Remember to include both a goal and the action needed to reach that goal.

• Homework: Read Act III scene I and complete notes

• Status Check 4 4/23

• Objective: SWBAT analyze relationships between and among characters, setting, and events in order to make an inference as to the cause of the deaths of Romeo and Juliet.

• Drill: Review your goals from the first three quarters. Have you reached your goals? Explain why or why not.

• What is your final goal for 8th grade English? Remember to include both a goal and the action needed to reach that goal.

• Homework: Status Check 3 (4/16 AFG)(4/17H)

• All finish reading and notes for ACT II.

• Do not do the BCR.

• Objective: SWBAT analyze internal and/or external conflicts that motivate characters and those that advance the plot in order to understand the play.

• Drill: Review for the quiz. Put name, date, block and Act I/Inference Quiz on the scantron.

• AFGH take out status check 3 and works cited page

• Homework: Act II quiz (4/20 AFG)(4/23DH)

• Objective: SWBAT analyze figurative language that creates meaning in order to understand Romeo and Juliet.

• Drill: Working with your team each student should complete the similes handout.

• Homework: Status Check 4 (4/23 DF)(4/24AGH)

• Act II quiz (4/20 AFG)(4/23DH)

• Objective: SWBAT analyze details that provide information about the setting, the mood created by the setting, and ways in which the setting affects characters in order to understand the play.

• Drill: Identify the main and subordinate clauses in the following sentence.

• I’ll find out your man, and he shall signify from time to time every good hap to you, that chances here.

• I’ll find out your man, and he shall signify from time to time every good hap to you, that chances here.

• Main Clauses:

• he shall signify from time to time every good hap to you

• Subordinating clause:

• that chances here

• What kind of sentence has two main clauses and one or more subordinating clauses?

• Compound-Complex

• Scavenger Hunt: Identify the main and subordinating clauses

• It is a meteor that the sun exhal’d to be to thee this night a torchbearer and light thee on thy way to Mantua. (Act III:v:13-15)

• Main: It is a meteor, light thee on thy way to Mantua

• Subordinating clause: that the sun exhal’d to be to thee this night a torchbearer

• Homework: Status Check 4 (4/23 DF)(4/24AGH)

• Act II quiz (4/20 AFG)(4/23DH)

• Objective: SWBAT paraphrase lines of Shakespeare accurately in order to demonstrate understanding.

• Paraphrase Mercutio’s words.

• Identify the pun.

• Mercutio: No ‘tis not so deep as a well, nor so wide as a church door; but ‘tis enough, ‘twill serve. Ask for me tomorrow and you will find me a grave man. I am peppered, I warrant, for this world. A plague a’ both your houses! Zounds, a dog, a rat, a mouse, a cat, to scratch a man to death! A braggart, a rogue, a villain, that fights by the book of arithmetic! Why the devil came you between us! I was hurt under your arm.

• Context clues: What does “Zounds” mean?

• What does “rogue” mean?

• D block take out Status Check 4

• Homework: Status Check 4 (4/23 DF)(4/24AGH)

• Objective: SWBAT analyze details that provide information about the setting, the mood created by the setting, and ways in which the setting affects characters.

• Drill: Complete Scantron

• Name

• Block

• Date

• Act II quiz

• Take out Act II notes and review with your team.