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Day 147: Example art analysis April 26, 2011

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1. Wordskills notes. All students got notes on the word SUBTLE (and practiced pronouncing it correctly). Honors students also learned the word SUBSTANTIATE.

If you were absent, get the notes from a friend.

2. Oral Quiz. On Act V, scene i.

3. Art analysis. We watched a video of Act IV, scene ii, which we analyzed yesterday. Here is the video:

This was practice for homework, in which students must analyze the work of art they chose for their final project (see r & j tab above).

HW: Complete entire prewriting sheet given out on Monday (front and back). Read  V.ii (Act 5, scene 2).

Here’s a copy of the Prewriting sheet if you don’t have it:¬†Guided Survey. This document is four pages; the first two pages are for HONORS, the second two pages are for REGULAR.


Day 146: Example scene analysis April 26, 2011

Posted by garvoille in Homework.
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First, we discussed the final project. Students will 1) write an analysis of a famous work of art inspired by Romeo and Juliet (click r & j above for choices), and 2) create their own artistic interpretation of that same scene of Romeo and Juliet.

1. Oral reading quiz. We reviewed Act IV with a reading quiz.

2. Scene analysis of IV.ii. Students received a copy of an excerpt of Act 4, scene 2. We read the excerpt aloud and then filled out an analysis of the scene similar to that students must fill out for the scene they choose for their final project.

HW: Complete first page of prewriting for final project. Read Act V, scene i for tomorrow.