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Compare/ Contast. Othello. Share: What similarities and differences did you notice in emotions and facial expressions? What similarities and differences did you notice in voices? What similarities and differences did you notice in actions?

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Compare/Contast

Othello


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  • Share:

    • What similarities and differences did you notice in emotions and facial expressions?

    • What similarities and differences did you notice in voices?

    • What similarities and differences did you notice in actions?

    • What similarities and differences did you notice in settings, costumes and props?

  • Now, the most important question: How did these differences affect the feel or overall emotion of the scene? Did they make the scene feel more…tense, loose, rushed, calm, quiet, thoughtful, violent, intense, modern, old, big, romantic, dark, scary, light, heavy, suspenseful, relaxed, happy, sad, angry, ordered, chaotic, bright, soft, hard, important, bare, solid, fragile…?

  • What details made you think this? Why?


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  • Now, the most important question: How did these differences affect the feel or overall emotion of the scene? Did they make the scene feel more…tense, loose, rushed, calm, quiet, thoughtful, violent, intense, modern, old, big, romantic, dark, scary, light, heavy, suspenseful, relaxed, happy, sad, angry, ordered, chaotic, bright, soft, hard, important, bare, solid, fragile…?

  • This will be your claim.

  • Next, what details from the scene made you think so? This will be your evidence.

  • Finally, WHY did those details make the scene seem that way? Explain in several sentences. This will be your warrant.

CEW:


Test reminders

For the 4 elements/categories:

  • Complete every box, address every question in each box.

  • Be specific. Give exact details. (Hamlet bends down and screams at his mother while looking around for the Ghost is better than Hamlet is acting weird)

    CEWEWEW:

  • Claim: be specific. Don’t just say “this version seems angry.” What kind of anger? Rage? Annoyance?

  • Evidence: Your 3 details must be from 3 different elements.

  • Warrant: Explain each piece of evidence separately. Make sure the Warrant is thorough.

  • Warrant: Convince me! WHY and HOW do these details help create the overall feel of the scene?

Test Reminders:


Examples w

This is way too vague. I could write this without watching the video.  What are some descriptive words a writer could use to describe the feeling of the scene?

Examples (W)


Example s

This example uses the words “disgust” and “heartbroken” to describe Hamlet’s feelings-more than just sad or upset. Furthermore, the student explains why Hamlet is feeling this way.

Example (S)


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