January 18th. Monday, 1/10/2011 Objectives: SWBAT 1. Describe and dramatize the characters and summarize the main events in act two of The Tempest . 2. Demonstrate their understanding of Act II of The Tempest by taking an Act II Reading Quiz. Do Now: . Agenda: .
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Monday, 1/10/2011Objectives: SWBAT1. Describe and dramatize the characters and summarize the main events in act two of The Tempest. 2. Demonstrate their understanding of Act II of The Tempest by taking an Act II Reading Quiz.
Objective/SWBAT: Read, dramatize and summarize Act Two, scene 1
Overview: For this review activity you will be working in groups of four to create a tableau (non-moving, non-speaking, human sculpture) that represents the actions of the characters of the play in act 2.
Directions: Re-read the following speech from the beginning of 2.2. Then, mark-up the text by completing at least five margin summary notes (label them!) in which you: briefly paraphrase parts of the speech in your own words, ask level one and level two questions, define vocabulary you do not understand, and underline important parts and briefly explain why you chose to underline these parts.
All the infections that the sun sucks up
From bogs, fens, flats, on Prosper fall and make him
By inchmeal a disease! His spirits hear me,
And yet I needs must curse. But they’ll nor pinch me I’ th’ mire,
Nor lead me like a firebrand in the dark
Out of my way, unless he bid ‘em. But
For every trifle are they set upon me,
Sometimes like apes, that mow and chatter at me
And after bite me; then like hedgehogs, which
Lie tumbling in my barefoot way and mount
Their pricks at my footfall. Sometime am I
All wound with adders, who with cloven tongues
Do hiss me into madness. Lo, now, lo!
Here comes a spirit of his, and to torment me
For bringing wood in slowly. I’ll fall flat.
Perchance he will not mind me.