29 January 2014 • Define soliloquy, monologue, and aside. • What is embarrassing about the balcony scene for Juliet? • Of the two young lovers, who is more concerned with reality in this scene? What makes her feel uneasy? • About what will Romeo send Juliet word tomorrow?
Myth Skits • You and your group will be assigned a myth. • Go on my website tonight and find your myth story. Print it out. Read it. Annotate it. • You will be given Friday, the weekend, and Monday to create a script and a skit for Tuesday/Wednesday of next week. • Every member of the group must have a part. There can be a narrator and “extras”. • You must use at least one prop. Full costumes for all members for extra credit. • Write a good script. Your classmates will have to take notes on them and you will be tested! • Read all the other myths as well (you may miss something in the group skits).
“Zeus and the Creation…” Questions • Who are the characters involved in this myth? What do you know about them already from your mythology notes? • What is this myth attempting to explain? There are a couple of things. Use textual evidence. Ex: (Hamilton 1or 2). • If you were to sketch a symbol or picture to help you remember this specific myth and what it was about what would you draw? Why?