Sentence showdown- see me to make up. DEAR + log #7. "Summertime" song lyrics connection. Print out the PDF & write on it all the connections you see between it and AMSND. Your paper should be full. Consider characters, lines from the play,
Extra credit due. Ye Olde Test, with essay questions. Please plan on coming in Thursday at lunch for a make up. I will let you eat your lunch while you work. The test will take at least 30 minutes, so if you plan on buying lunch, you'll need to be quick.
Subject- verb review. See me for make ups. DEAR + log #6. Lovers & madmen discussion. Video of Act V. HW: review basic plot, character roles, and historical background for Monday's test.
Parts of speech review- see me for make-ups. DEAR + LOG #5. Spiral #10: Act IV notes. Read the act on the links page & then copy the notes attached to this log into your spiral. Get comic diamond notes from a friend. Begin lovers & madmen analysis. Directions are attached. HW: complete the analysis & be prepared for a discussion next class
4-square character analysis- see document below. The choice of quote is the most important aspect, as from it you support your character traits and pull 3 words to rearrange. The new arrangement of words is the "synthesis" step, where you make something new and meaningful out of an existing passage. Please complete this work and turn in upon your return.
Video of Act III. Quiz Act III- make up if you're absent. Shakespeare grammar.
Spiral #9 continued. Read scene ii, then use the attached document to flesh out your notes. Also, we are at the pivotal point in the plot, so check the plot diamond chart. Video of Act III. STAR testing begins today!
Prizes for William Shakespeare words. Spiral #9: III, i Get the brief notes from a buddy after reading this scene. Then answer the question "Do love and reason keep little company nowadays?" in a quickwrite. STAR testing begins tomorrow- report to your first period class Tuesday at 8:30.
CST test review. Spiral #8: fairy time. Notes (see below) from Act II. Acting out the fairy scenes. Review comic diamond (the same event will affect characters' fortunes in this act).
Act I quiz- this is quick but you do need to make it up. "Pyramus and Thisbe" in spiral #7. read the attached myth and answer the questions at the end of the document. Note the similarities between this allusion and Romeo and Juliet. Consider what this inclusion of a tragedy inside a comedy is meant to accomplish, (and if Shakespeare, the master writer is doing it, is "The Most Lamentable Comedy..." really that far off the mark?)
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