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March 19: A Day March 19, 2013

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1A

1. Freewrite. Students wrote two lines in iambic pentameter about spring break. We then shared these with the class and corrected them as needed.

2. Begin Romeo and Juliet. We listened to and answered questions about the first scene of the play. We will read the first act together in class, but the rest of the acts students will need to read some on their own. This means students will be issued a textbook at the beginning of next week or they can purchase/borrow from the library their own copy of the play.

HW: None.

2AB

1. Any students who still have their Hobbit collaborative essay rubrics at home need to turn them in!

2. Speaking Shakespeare. We practiced these techniques together in class.

3. Students worked on labeling which techniques to use in their lines.

HW: Finish labeling your Speaking Shakespeare techniques in your script and finish reading Act V (the entire play) for tomorrow!

Act V, scene i

start at 9:45

stop at 3:23 and make sure to read the last three lines left out

Act V, scene ii

watch 3:23-4:50 only

Act V, scene iii

start at 4:50

and then watch this clip from the other version:

4A

1. Freewrite.

2. Song Analysis passbacks. Students received their Song Analysis revisions, which count as a project grade. Students can revise this again if they choose (optional) by Monday, 3/25.

3. Speaking Shakespeare. We practiced these techniques together in class.

4. Students worked on labeling which techniques to use in their lines. We then read through our scripts using the techniques.

HW: Finish labeling the Speaking Shakespeare techniques in your lines. Finish reading Act V for Friday. Begin practicing and familiarizing yourself with your lines.

Act V, scene i

start at 9:45

stop at 3:23 and make sure to read the last three lines left out

Act V, scene ii

watch 3:23-4:50 only

Act V, scene iii

start at 4:50

and then watch this clip from the other version:

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