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English I Honors March 31, 2014 BELL WORK: READ HISTORY LINK P. 859 AND ANSWER ASK YOURSELF P. 859. - #5 (B.W. CHECK #4 DUE WED. APRIL 16 TH ) AGENDA:

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1 English I Honors March 31, 2014 BELL WORK: READ HISTORY LINK P. 859 AND ANSWER ASK YOURSELF P #5 (B.W. CHECK #4 DUE WED. APRIL 16 TH ) AGENDA: THE TRAGEDY OF ROMEO AND JULIETTHE TRAGEDY OF ROMEO AND JULIET RETRIEVE FROM BINDER AND BEGIN WORKING ON ACT RETRIEVE FROM BINDER AND BEGIN WORKING ON ACT II STRATEGIC READING – ROMEOS BUSY DAY AND II STRATEGIC READING – ROMEOS BUSY DAY AND AFTER READING QUESTIONS BEGIN READING ACT II; SCENES 1-6 P AFTER READING QUESTIONS BEGIN READING ACT II; SCENES 1-6 P HOMEWORK – MODERN VOCABULARY USAGE (DUE HOMEWORK – MODERN VOCABULARY USAGE (DUE FRIDAY) FRIDAY)

2 March 31 & April 3, 2014 – HOMEWORK! For each of the defined vocabulary words below, write an original sentence using each word the way it would be used today. 1.Civil (adj.) – relating to citizens 2.Grudge (n.) – deep dislike 3.Naught (pron.) – nothing 4.Adversary (n.) – opponent 5.Ambling (n.) – walking 6.Augment (v.) – to increase 7.Beget (v.) – give life 8.Beseech (v.) – beg 9.Chastity (n.) – abstention from sexual intercourse 10.Flourish (v.) – to swing, brandish 11.Forfeit (n.) – a penalty 12.Humor (n.) – a mood, a whim 13.Kinsman (n.) – relative 14.Nuptial (n.) – wedding 15.Pernicious (adj.) – destructive; deadly 16.Portentous (adj.) – foreboding 17.Profaner (n.) – one who openly shows disrespect 18.Scathe (v.) – to harm

3 BELL WORK: AFTER ATTENDANCE, REPORT TO F. F. COMPUTER LAB. AGENDA: TAKE FAIR TEST THIS IS THE LAST FAIR TEST OF THE SCHOOL YEAR. IT WILL BE USED FOR SCHEDULING PURPOSES AND AS AN ALTERNATIVE FOR FCAT SHOULD YOU NOT PERFORM AS THIS IS THE LAST FAIR TEST OF THE SCHOOL YEAR. IT WILL BE USED FOR SCHEDULING PURPOSES AND AS AN ALTERNATIVE FOR FCAT SHOULD YOU NOT PERFORM AS WELL AS YOU THOUGHT YOU WOULD. WELL AS YOU THOUGHT YOU WOULD. IF TIME, BEGIN TYPING BELL WORK #4 BELL WORK CHECK #4 WILL BE DUE ON THURSDAY, APRIL 17 TH BELL WORK CHECK #4 WILL BE DUE ON THURSDAY, APRIL 17 TH WE WILL BE IN THE COMPUTER LAB. AGAIN ON TUESDAY, APRIL 15 TH WE WILL BE IN THE COMPUTER LAB. AGAIN ON TUESDAY, APRIL 15 TH English I Honors April 1, 2014

4 BELL WORK: AFTER ATTENDANCE, REPORT TO F. F. COMPUTER LAB. AGENDA: TAKE FAIR TEST THIS IS THE LAST FAIR TEST OF THE SCHOOL YEAR. IT WILL BE USED FOR SCHEDULING PURPOSES AND AS AN ALTERNATIVE FOR FCAT SHOULD YOU NOT PERFORM AS THIS IS THE LAST FAIR TEST OF THE SCHOOL YEAR. IT WILL BE USED FOR SCHEDULING PURPOSES AND AS AN ALTERNATIVE FOR FCAT SHOULD YOU NOT PERFORM AS WELL AS YOU THOUGHT YOU WOULD. WELL AS YOU THOUGHT YOU WOULD. IF TIME, BEGIN TYPING BELL WORK #4 BELL WORK CHECK #4 WILL BE DUE ON WEDNESDAY, APRIL 16 TH BELL WORK CHECK #4 WILL BE DUE ON WEDNESDAY, APRIL 16 TH WE WILL BE IN THE COMPUTER LAB. AGAIN ON MONDAY, APRIL 14 TH WE WILL BE IN THE COMPUTER LAB. AGAIN ON MONDAY, APRIL 14 TH English I Honors April 2, 2014

5 English I Honors April 3, 2014 BELL WORK: READ HISTORY LINK P. 859 AND ANSWER ASK YOURSELF P #5 (B.W. CHECK #4 DUE THURS. APRIL 17 TH ) AGENDA: THE TRAGEDY OF ROMEO AND JULIETTHE TRAGEDY OF ROMEO AND JULIET HAND OUT AND BEGIN READING ON ACT II STRATEGIC HAND OUT AND BEGIN READING ON ACT II STRATEGIC READING – ROMEOS BUSY DAY AND AFTER READING READING – ROMEOS BUSY DAY AND AFTER READING QUESTIONS BEGIN READING ACT II; SCENES 1-6 P QUESTIONS BEGIN READING ACT II; SCENES 1-6 P HOMEWORK – MODERN VOCABULARY USAGE (DUE HOMEWORK – MODERN VOCABULARY USAGE (DUE MONDAY) MONDAY)

6 March 31 & April 3, 2014 – HOMEWORK! For each of the defined vocabulary words below, write an original sentence using each word the way it would be used today. 1.Civil (adj.) – relating to citizens 2.Grudge (n.) – deep dislike 3.Naught (pron.) – nothing 4.Adversary (n.) – opponent 5.Ambling (n.) – walking 6.Augment (v.) – to increase 7.Beget (v.) – give life 8.Beseech (v.) – beg 9.Chastity (n.) – abstention from sexual intercourse 10.Flourish (v.) – to swing, brandish 11.Forfeit (n.) – a penalty 12.Humor (n.) – a mood, a whim 13.Kinsman (n.) – relative 14.Nuptial (n.) – wedding 15.Pernicious (adj.) – destructive; deadly 16.Portentous (adj.) – foreboding 17.Profaner (n.) – one who openly shows disrespect 18.Scathe (v.) – to harm

7 English I Honors April 4, 2014 BELL WORK: TURN IN HOMEWORK – MODERN VOCABULARY USAGE FROM MONDAY AGENDA: THE TRAGEDY OF ROMEO AND JULIETTHE TRAGEDY OF ROMEO AND JULIET IN GROUPS OF 3-4, COMPLETE LOVE SONNET AND IN GROUPS OF 3-4, COMPLETE LOVE SONNET AND CURRENT SONGS ACTIVITY (MATERIALS IN UNIT CURRENT SONGS ACTIVITY (MATERIALS IN UNIT PACKET) EXPLAIN COLOR MARKING TECHNIQUE/STRATEGY PACKET) EXPLAIN COLOR MARKING TECHNIQUE/STRATEGY (MATERIALS IN UNIT PACKET) (MATERIALS IN UNIT PACKET)

8 Love Sonnet Activity Act1; Scene 5; lines In groups of 3-4, list love songs and if possible write down the words/lyrics. Look at the language of love present in your chosen songs. Read Romeo and Juliet's sonnet professing love to each other. How has the language of love changed over the centuries? Refer to R & J materials in unit packet


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