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Tuesday, April 24, 2012. Warm Up: Besides for school, What book are you reading (or have read recently)? Is there a tragic hero or not? … explain … SAT Word: demur – verb. to make objection, especially on the grounds of scruples; take exception. Goals.

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Tuesday april 24 2012
Tuesday, April 24, 2012

Warm Up: Besides for school, What book are you reading (or have read recently)? Is there a tragic hero or not? … explain …

SAT Word: demur – verb. to make objection, especially on the grounds of scruples; take exception


Goals
Goals

  • What are our literary terms of the day?

  • What does PARANOIA do to a man (Macbeth)?

  • What is the tragic hero assignment?


I literary terms of the day
I. Literary Terms of the Day

motif – an idea, character, symbol, or image that recurs in a literary work or works.

protagonist – the character doing most of the action in the story

antagonist – the character who is in most conflict with the protagonist


Ii tragic hero essay
II. Tragic Hero Essay

  • Review assignment sheets and dates

    B. NOTE: there is a homework assignment – a paragraph – due Friday!!


Iii macbeth
III. Macbeth

  • Begin Act III

    1. Roles

    2. Act II notes & Quotes

    3. Vocabulary