Othello Day 7. English 12. Warm up. No warm-up. Return to your groups and complete the close reading assignment. Your journals are due today and we have plenty to do before you turn them in. Read Iago’s soliloqy 1.3.401. Write a loose paraphrase of this speech in your journals.
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Before the Play:
1. Dialogue excercise: Write dialogue for a scene where a lover and a friend are discussing a girlfriend's loyalty. Add the friend trying to say the girlfriend wants another guy2. A slightly cut version of 1.1.74-160
Act 1 scene 11. 3 questions: why do Iago, Roderigo and Brabantio hate the man they are discussing? what reasons does Iago give for continuing to serve his master? and What kind of person do you expect Othello to be/how do you imagine him? 2. Summarize lines 1.1.1-73 and lines 1.1.161-2063. Describe the hat you chose for Iago, Brabantio and Roderigo and explain how it shows his character
Act 1 scene 21. Paraphrase in your journals your assigned scene (1.2.1-32, 1.2.33-64, 1.2.65-100, or 1.2.101-123)2. Choose a hat/prop for Othello and explain how it shows his character Act 1 scene 31. prompt: What do you think about Romance?Are you ready for Desdemona and Othello's love story to be true love or are you a skeptic?2. Prompt: Two modern day actors to play Desdemona and Othello3. "Look to her, Moor, if thou hast eyes to see / She has deceived her father and may thee" (1.3.333-44. Close Reading5. Iago's Bestiary (staple into your journal)