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April 24: A Day April 24, 2013

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1A

1. Freewrite.

2. Text and Subtexts. Students were assigned groups of 2-3 in which they examined in more detail one section of Act IV, scene i. In this scene, characters speak to each other without telling the whole truth. The underlying message, or subtext, of their words needs to be teased out. In class, students made a two-part script of their section of the scene, with one side for a simple paraphrase of character lines and the other to write the subtext of these lines, if any. Then, students performed these scene sections for class, reading their paraphrases loud and adding their subtext as an aside to the audience. Here are the passages we used along with the directions: Asides.

3. Then, students answered some oral quiz questions about Act IV, scenes 1-2. 

4. Next, students reviewed Act IV, scene 3 by making a comic of Juliet’s fears regarding the potion.

HW: Read Act V, scenes 1 and 2. You can also watch before you read:

And you can listen as well:

2AB

1. Freewrite

2. Discussion of what novels to choose for your independent/group reading.

3. Introduction to TPCASTT. Students learned a method for analyzing poetry. Together, we analyzed this poem: So We’ll Go No More A roving using TPCASTT.

4. Next, students received “Lament” by Dylan Thomas to perform a TPCASTT. This is due on Thursday.

HW: TPCASTT of “Lament”

4A

1. Freewrite: What do you do that society does not approve of?

2. Examples of coming of age novels to choose.

3. Notes on Bildungsroman: bildungsroman notes (L21)

4. Bildungsroman skits

5. Introduction to TPCASTT. Students learned a method for analyzing poetry. Together, we analyzed this poem: So We’ll Go No More A roving using TPCASTT.

6. Reading The Love Song of J Alfred Prufrock. Listen to the author read the poem above.

HW: Finish annotating “Prufrock” and complete TPCASTT on a separate sheet of paper or on the poem itself.

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