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Good day to thee thou greasy spur-galled scallions!. Essay work on Romeo and Juliet…. Today is a work day… after some vocabulary. Do Now. Why do you suppose that only the death of Romeo and Juliet could end the feud between the families? Explain your answer. Information.

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Good day to thee thou greasy spur galled scallions

Good day to thee thou greasy spur-galled scallions!

Essay work on Romeo and Juliet…. Today is a work day… after some vocabulary.


Do now

Do Now

Why do you suppose that only the death of Romeo and Juliet could end the feud between the families? Explain your answer.


Information

Information

  • Act V study guide due tomorrow

    - may turn the assignment in early

  • Essay – Persuasive piece

    - Due on May 18

    - follow the writing process

  • Vocabulary Test on Friday

    - Final test on vocabulary

    - study, study, study


Good day to thee thou greasy spur galled scallions

Prognosis – (n.) a forecast of the probable course and outcome of a disease or situation

Synonyms – prediction, projection


Good day to thee thou greasy spur galled scallions

Rasping – (adj.) with a harsh, grating sound; (n.) a harsh sound

Synonyms – (adj.) scratchy, scraping, abrasive

Antonyms – (adj.) sonorous, smooth, mellow


Romeo and juliet essay

Romeo and Juliet Essay

Determine whom is responsible

- no right or wrong answer, unless you do not support your opinion

Paragraphs

- more than 5 sentences

- supporting details

- topic sentences and clincher sentences


Introduction

Introduction

Summarize the play before the thesis

- brief summary of events, not the entire plot

Thesis statement should be at the end of the paragraph

- may occur at the beginning


The thesis statement

The Thesis Statement

End of the first paragraph

- should look something like this:

Tybalt is the person responsible for the deaths of Romeo and Juliet because he continued to fight against the prince’s order, killed Mercutio, and caused Romeo to be banished.


Supporting paragraphs

Supporting paragraphs

All should support the thesis statement

- if the support doesn’t match the thesis, then you will need to make changes

Use direct examples from the text

- may cite as, Act I, sc I, ln 30


Conclusion

Conclusion

Restate the Thesis first.

Summarize the points of the paper

The last paragraph should be a wrap up


Exit ticket

Exit Ticket

What did you accomplish today? What do you need to do to complete the essay?


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