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March 4 – Act 3 Scene 4. Agenda: Turn in your Act 3 journals Quick-write Critical Perspectives in 3:4 3:4 on film Homework: Study for the Act 3 test. Take out: Act 3 Notebook Highlighter Act 3 journals. Quick-write. How do you feel when you fight with your parents?

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march 4 act 3 scene 4
March 4 – Act 3 Scene 4

Agenda:

  • Turn in your Act 3 journals
  • Quick-write
  • Critical Perspectives in 3:4
  • 3:4 on film

Homework:

  • Study for the Act 3 test

Take out:

  • Act 3
  • Notebook
  • Highlighter
  • Act 3 journals
quick write
Quick-write
  • How do you feel when you fight with your parents?
  • What emotions are expressed?
  • Do you expect to see similar emotions in this scene? Why/why not?
critical perspectives reminder
Critical Perspectives - Reminder
  • Feminist Perspective:
    • Gender roles
    • Relationships & power dynamics between men and women
    • Male vs. Female perspective
  • Marxist Perspective:
    • Influence of social, political and economic structures and expectations
    • The struggle for power
    • Superior and Subordinate relationships
  • Psychoanalytical Perspective:
    • Repressed desires & Oedipal/Electra complex
    • Representation of psychosexual development
    • Demonstration of neuroses or psychoses
critical perspectives 3 4
Critical Perspectives & 3:4
  • Read through Act 3, Scene 4 (page 102-109) with your group, applying your assigned critical lens to the reading.
  • Look for specific lines that could lend to a connotative understanding of the work based on the perspective you’ve been assigned.
  • Consider how the work changes, or is given a new/different meaning, when considered through your given lens.
  • Be prepared to share with the class.
on film
On Film
  • For a director, reading the play through a lens will often lead to specific and sometimes controversial directorial decisions. View the scene and decide which lens is the best fit to apply to the scene: Marxism (Who holds power?), Feminism (gender roles?), or Psychoanalytic (Oedipus Complex). Think about how each perspective applies to the scene.
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