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Mustang Minute September 16, 2013. Grab your items needed. Writing utensil R&J book Figurative Language in Music (pink half-sheet) 1 piece of lined paper (rip it out of your notebook). Clear your desk off of everything else. You should be quiet once the bell rings. .

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mustang minute september 16 2013
Mustang MinuteSeptember 16, 2013
  • Grab your items needed.
    • Writing utensil
    • R&J book
    • Figurative Language in Music (pink half-sheet)
    • 1 piece of lined paper (rip it out of your notebook).
  • Clear your desk off of everything else.
  • You should be quiet once the bell rings.
the prologue of romeo juliet
The Prologue of Romeo & Juliet

In what city does this play take place?

How do Romeo and Juliet’s parents feel about each other?

What happens to Romeo and Juliet at the end of the play?

What are three questions you have about Romeo and Juliet

a close reading
A Close Reading
  • What would be the purpose of revealing the ending at the beginning?
  • Are there more words about love or fighting? Why do you think that is?
  • What do you make of the emphasis on violence?
  • How does knowing the ending and the emphasis on violence alter your expectations of the play?
romeo and juliet
Romeo and Juliet
  • Considered a tragedy but comparable to his romances
  • Believed to have been written in the early 1590’s.
  • Based on other stories of the time
  • Very lyrical in style and plot but ends tragically

http://en.wikipedia.org

the timeless theme of star crossed lovers
The Timeless Theme of Star-Crossed Lovers

Not something Shakespeare discovered but something he observed in the world

Why would this be even more relatable during Shakespeare’s time?

Why would this story be even more popular during Shakespeare’s time?

http://3.bp.blogspot.com/

the timeless theme of star crossed lovers1

Why is Shakespeare still relevant?

    • What can we learn from his writings?
    • Whatcan we learn from story?
The Timeless Theme of Star-Crossed Lovers

Why does this story still relate? Why do we keep telling it?

Where has the story been retold, recaptured, or referenced?

What draws us to the story?

http://www.bing.com/images/

embracing skeletons

Infer what happened?

  • Why would this be news?
Embracing Skeletons

http://news.nationalgeographic.com/news/2007/02/070213-bones-photo.html

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