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Othello. William Shakespeare Tragedy Venice, Italy & Cyprus, Greece - 1603 * Mini Lessons. Miss Amorin English 4. Mini- Lesson . Othello. To seek revenge , or not to seek revenge ???. If a good friend betrays you, do you get even ? Do you rise above the situation?

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William Shakespeare


Venice, Italy & Cyprus, Greece- 1603

*Mini Lessons

Miss Amorin

English 4

Mini- Lesson


To seek revenge, or not to seek revenge???

  • If a good friend betrays you, do you get even?

  • Do you rise above the situation?

  • Or do you forgive them?

  • Share some personal experiences.

  • What does revenge accomplish?



Who tends to be the more JEALOUS sex? Men or Women?

  • Why are people jealous in their relationships? Is jealousy an insecurity?

  • Why are MEN jealous?

  • Why are WOMEN jealous?

  • Are they jealous for different reasons?



  • Which different forms of ANGER are exhibited in the play?

  • What is the motive for their anger? Is it justifiable?

  • CharacterReason

  • Is there a better solution for how they should be handling their anger?



  • Which different forms of LOVE are exhibited in the play?

  • Is their love sincere?

  • CharacterReason

  • Why does love change?


Othello“Quote” Analysis

  • Iago- Act III, scene iii “Oh, beware, my lord, of jealousy!

  • It is the green-eyed monster which doth mock

  • The meat it feeds on.”

  • Iago- Act III, scene iii

  • “Beware of jealousy, my lord! It’s a green-eyed monster that makes fun of the victims it devours.”


See next slide for

group assignment 

Seven deadly sins

SeeSeven Deadly Sins Powerpoint

In groups, create a skit on one of the SEVEN DEADLY SINS.

Based on the performance, the class is to “guess” which sin was applied at the end

of the skit. Do not say the sin during the skit. Be creative!

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