Thou, Thy, Thee, Ye— What in the world do these words mean?
Step 3 Repeat after me…
He turne’d, stoppe’d, and aske’d “art thou angere’d?”
Step 4 Now, Listen…
Step 5 Did you know?
Step 7 Elizabethan Epistles • For this activity you will: • Write a one-two paragraph letter addressed to your partner. • Use at least ten words from the word list hand-out. • Use any sayings, etc. that you wrote down from the Shakespeare: Subject to Change website. • When both of you are finished, swap letters. Read, translate, and interpret letters. Discuss this process with your partner.
Homework 01-11 • Write a one (full) page journal entry reflecting upon the activity that you completed today. • Think about prior experiences you’ve had with any difficult languages and/or texts and how they relate to the language you will encounter in Romeo and Juliet. • Ponder what strategies you think you may use in order to be successful in reading the play and how you might help your peers with the challenge, as well. • Lastly, state if you think the activity will help you in reading Romeo and Juliet.