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SMART (Participation) Grade (5 min). Each day YOU will decide the grade you deserve.*. Your 5-point daily participation grade is based on CLA’s core-values: CLA Students are S.M.A.R.T. S = Self-Controlled M = Motivated A = Accountable R = Respectful T = Timely.

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Your 5 point daily participation grade is based on cla s core values

SMART (Participation) Grade (5 min)

Each day YOU will decide the grade you deserve.*

Your 5-point daily participation grade is based on CLA’s core-values:

CLA Students are S.M.A.R.T.

S = Self-Controlled

M = Motivated

A = Accountable

R = Respectful

T = Timely

What do you deserve today?

*One point for each core-value (5 points possible each day). I reserve the right to change these grades.


Your 5 point daily participation grade is based on cla s core values

Do Now (5 min)

What is a prologue?

The introduction of a piece or writing or music


The prologue a sonnet

The Prologue: A Sonnet

Activity 4.4


Your 5 point daily participation grade is based on cla s core values

Agenda

  • Do Now (5 min)

  • Objectives (1 min)

  • Prologue? Tragedy? Chorus? (5 min)

  • Watch the Prologue (5 min)

  • Read the Prologue (5 min)

  • Break down the Prologue (30 min)

  • Closing (1 min)

  • Exit Slip (5 min)

  • Participation Grades (3 min)


Objectives 2 min

  • Content (The knowledge you’ll master today)

  • SWBAT:

    • Create rough draft classroom norms for 10 different situations

    • Create class-wide final-draft classroom norms for 10 different situations

    • Define the word “norm” and explain why it is important to have norms

Objectives (2 min)

  • Content (The knowledge you’ll master today)

  • SWBAT:

    • Define the word tragedy and chorus

    • Understand the Prologue of Romeo and Juliet

Language (How you will master the knowledge)

By:

  • Writing notes

  • Watching a film version of the prologue and using dictionaries to understand the prologue


Your 5 point daily participation grade is based on cla s core values

  • Prologue? Tragedy? Chorus? (5 min)

  • Objective: SWBAT:Define the words tragedy and chorus by taking notes

What is a prologue?

The introduction of a piece or writing or music


Prologue tragedy chorus 5 min

  • Content (The knowledge you’ll master today)

  • SWBAT:

    • Create rough draft classroom norms for 10 different situations

    • Create class-wide final-draft classroom norms for 10 different situations

    • Define the word “norm” and explain why it is important to have norms

Prologue? Tragedy? Chorus? (5 min)

  • Objective: SWBAT:Define the words tragedy and chorus by taking notes

Tragedy

A dramatic play that tells the story of a character, (usually of a noble (high class) birth, who meets and untimely and unhappy death or downfall, often because of a specific character flaw or twist of fate

Chorus

A person (or multiple people) who tell the audience the outline of the play


Tragedy chorus 5 min

  • Content (The knowledge you’ll master today)

  • SWBAT:

    • Create rough draft classroom norms for 10 different situations

    • Create class-wide final-draft classroom norms for 10 different situations

    • Define the word “norm” and explain why it is important to have norms

Tragedy? Chorus? (5 min)

  • Objective: SWBAT:Understand the prologue of Romeo and Juliet by watching a film version of the prologue and using dictionaries to understand the prologue

Let’s watch two version of the prologue.

Old Version:

Franco Zeffirelli (1968)

New Version:

BazLuhrmann (1996)


Read the prologue 5 min

  • Content (The knowledge you’ll master today)

  • SWBAT:

    • Create rough draft classroom norms for 10 different situations

    • Create class-wide final-draft classroom norms for 10 different situations

    • Define the word “norm” and explain why it is important to have norms

Read the Prologue (5 min)

  • Objective: SWBAT:Understand the prologue of Romeo and Juliet by watching a film version of the prologue and using dictionaries to understand the prologue


Break down the prologue 25 min

  • Content (The knowledge you’ll master today)

  • SWBAT:

    • Create rough draft classroom norms for 10 different situations

    • Create class-wide final-draft classroom norms for 10 different situations

    • Define the word “norm” and explain why it is important to have norms

Break down the Prologue (25 min)

  • Objective: SWBAT:Understand the prologue of Romeo and Juliet by watching a film version of the prologue and using dictionaries to understand the prologue

Let’s try to understand

this thing!


Closing 1 min

  • Content (The knowledge you’ll master today)

  • SWBAT:

    • Create rough draft classroom norms for 10 different situations

    • Create class-wide final-draft classroom norms for 10 different situations

    • Define the word “norm” and explain why it is important to have norms

Closing (1 min)

  • Did you master the following objectives?

  • Content (The knowledge you’ll master today)

  • SWBAT:

    • Define the word tragedy and chorus

    • Understand the Prologue of Romeo and Juliet

Language (How you will master the knowledge)

By:

  • Writing notes

  • Watching a film version of the prologue and using dictionaries to understand the prologue


Your 5 point daily participation grade is based on cla s core values

Exit Slip (5 min)

What comes to mind when you read the words Capulet and Montague?


Your 5 point daily participation grade is based on cla s core values

SMART (Participation) Grade (3 min)

Each day YOU will decide the grade you deserve.*

Your 5-point daily participation grade is based on CLA’s core-values:

CLA Students are S.M.A.R.T.

S = Self-Controlled

M = Motivated

A = Accountable

R = Respectful

T = Timely

What do you deserve today?

*One point for each core-value (5 points possible each day). I reserve the right to change these grades.


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