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English 9 Day 8 . Objectives: To demonstrate understanding of the play so far To preview EA 1. Practice Test . Complete the practice test over Act 1 . When you’re finished, begin silent reading or finish your homework. . EA 1 .

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English 9 day 8

English 9 Day 8

Objectives:

To demonstrate understanding of the play so far

To preview EA 1


Practice test
Practice Test

  • Complete the practice test over Act 1.

  • When you’re finished, begin silent reading or finish your homework.


EA 1

  • The assignment is to accurately perform a scene from Romeo and Juliet.

  • The following are potential roles you can play in your first assessment. As I explain each one, consider if which one you’d like to do best.

  • In a few weeks, you’ll get examples of each notebook and be assigned a scene on which to focus.


  • Dramaturge – research scene in order for the scene to be acted accurately

    • List of research questions (i.e. what is the proper form for a duel?)

    • Notes that answer research questions

    • Bibliography of sources you used in research

    • List your suggestions for the scene (based on your research how should each actor perform, etc.?) and present these ideas to the group

    • Reflection essay in which you consider your research and how well you were able to complete each task

  • Director – decides on how scene is acted, as well as scenery, props, etc.

    • Notes about visual and vocal delivery of scene (annotations on text) ; makes sure everyone does his/her job

    • Diagram of set with details (i.e. where props are, lighting, etc.)

    • List or props


  • Everyone must do a character analysis of ONE character in the scene. This will include

    • Describe your ideal costume and why it’s appropriate for your character

    • Explanation of a character’s thoughts, actions, obstacles, and overall personality in the scene, as well as in the play overall


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