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D AY FIVE DAY F IVE : B Y THE END OF CLASS YOU WILL BE ABLE TO : A NALYZE HOW COMPLEX CHARACTERS ( E. G., THOSE WITH MULTIPLE OR CONFLICTING MOTIVATIONS.

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3 DAY F IVE : B Y THE END OF CLASS YOU WILL BE ABLE TO : A NALYZE HOW COMPLEX CHARACTERS ( E. G., THOSE WITH MULTIPLE OR CONFLICTING MOTIVATIONS ) DEVELOP OVER THE COURSE OF A TEXT, INTERACT WITH OTHER CHARACTERS, AND ADVANCE THE PLOT OR DEVELOP THE THEME (CC.9-10.R.L.3). 1. B ELL R INGER 2. S KILL R EVIEW : I NFERENCES 3. R EADING A CT I SCENES 2-4 WITH STOP AND THINK QUESTIONS 4. E XIT S LIP : P LOT D EVELOPMENT ANALYSIS 5. I F TIME PERMITS : VIDEO C LIP

4 B ELL R INGER #5: (A) 1/26 & (B) 1/27 Make ONE inference about dating/marriage during the Elizabethan Age. Describe TWO actions that caused the third brawl between the Capulets and the Montagues.

5 G RAMMAR # 5 F RAGMENTS, P ART T WO A sentence fragment tries its best to be a sentence, but it just cant make it. Its missing something. Spending hours every day after school and even on weekends. This time were missing a whole verb. Spending is a participle wanting to modify something, but there is no subject-verb relationship within the sentence. Often, its missing a verb or part of a verb string:

6 F IXING S ENTENCE F RAGMENTS 1. Staying up until 4 a.m 2. Because his car was in the shop. 3. When you finally take the test. 4. As his ex-girlfriend Gigi chased him down the interstate. 5. Instead of going to the meeting about overpopulation. Fix the following fragments:

7 B ELL R INGER #4: A4 O NLY (1/26/11) Flashback 3, 2, 1 Review List THREE things you learned about Shakespeares life and background from our poster activity. Describe TWO events that will happen in the story based on The Prologue. Choose ONE type of character we learned about last week (foil, flat, round, dynamic, flat, etc.). Be sure to describe the type of character and provide an example from a movie, TV show, or book.

8 G RAMMAR #4: What is a complete sentence? A complete sentence is not merely a group of words with a capital letter at the beginning and a period or question mark at the end. A complete sentence has three components: a subject (the actor in the sentence) a predicate (the verb or action), and a complete thought (it can stand alone and make senseit's independent). A sentence fragment is an incomplete sentence. Some fragments are incomplete because they lack either a subject or a verb, or both. They're called "dependent" because they can't stand on their own (just like some people you might know who are SO dependent!). Look at these dependent clauses. Because his car was in the shop (What did he do?) After the rain stops (What then?)

9 G RAMMAR #4 How do I fix a sentence fragment? First, you need to know that subordinating conjunctions do three things: join two sentences together make one of the sentences dependent on the other for a complete thought (make one a dependent clause) by adding a conjunction indicate a logical relationship ( Because his car was in the shop, he took the bus.)

10 G RAMMAR #4: Identify which of the following sentences are FRAGEMENTS: 1. Finding a parking space there is usually easy during the week. 2. Driving in the city during the evening rush hour. 3. To apply for a job at the new store in the mall. 4. Asking the interviewer how often he would have to work on weekends. 5. Shaking his new boss's hand, Tony knew he would like working there. 6. By the time Frances found out how expensive the wallpapering job would be. 7. After getting estimates from five contractors, she decided to do the work herself. 8. Who borrowed Stefanie's car Saturday night. 9. While waiting for her neighbor to move the car that blocked the driveway. 10. To avoid hitting the other car, Michael had to back across the corner of the lawn.

11 I RONY : A CT I S CENES II, III, IV

12 RECAP: D ESCRIBE THE P LOT FROM A CT I: I 1. What caused the fight between the Capulets and the Montagues for the THIRD time? 2. Who will pay the price if another fight occurs? 3. Why was Romeo not at the brawl? 4. Why is Romeo unable to be with the woman he loves? 5. What does Benvolio promise to do for Romeo?

13 I NFERENCES : A CT I S CENE II - IV

14 Reading (p. 910) ACT ONE, SCENE TWO (I, ii) Capulets: Lord Capulet: Juliets father Montagues: Benvolio: Romeos cousin Romeo Other: Paris: relative of Prince Escalus, wants to marry Juliet Servant

15 A CT ONE, SCENE TWO Q UESTIONS 1) Why does Capulet think he and Montague will keep the peace? 2) What does Paris ask Capulet? 3) How does Capulet answer? What does he tell Paris later? 4) Why does the servant need help with his task? 5) Why does Romeo want to go to the party, and why does Benvolio want Romeo to go to the party?

16 R OLES FOR TODAY : A CT I S CENE 3 Capulets: Lady Capulet: Juliets mother Nurse Juliet Servant

17 S TOP AND T HINK : I: III Q UESTIONS 1. Why does Lady Capulet ask the Nurse to leave then to return? (Lines 9-13) 2. When Lady Capulet asks Juliet how she feels about marriage, how does she answer? (Lines 70-73) 3. Following Juliets answer, what does Lady Capulet offer as advice? (Lines ) 4. What pun (or play on words) does the Nurse make about marriage? (Lines ) 5. What does Juliet say will cause her to like Paris? (Lines )

18 R OLES FOR TODAY : A CT I S CENE 4 Montagues: Romeo Benvolio Other: Mercutio: Relative of the Prince and Romeos best friend (friends with both families)

19 S TOP AND T HINK : I: IV Q UESTIONS 1. Describe Romeos mood at the beginning of the scene. (Lines 11-33) 2. Mercutio explains Queen Mab to us. Write a description of her: What does she look like? What does she do? (Lines ) 3. What does Mercutio say of dreams? (Lines ) 4. What does Romeo predict will happen during the night? What does this foreshadow? (Lines )

20 E XIT SLIP : P LOT D EVELOPMENT ANALYSIS ACTIVITY Organizer

21 P LOT D EVELOPMENT One of our objectives for this unit is for you to … Analyze how complex characters (e.g., those with multiple or conflicting motivations ) develop over the course of a text, interact with other characters, and advance the plot or develop the theme (CC.9-10.R.L.3). After we paraphrased the prologue, we used it to summarize the plot of the play. The plot of Romeo and Juliet can be summarized as: two teenagers from feuding families fall in love but can not really be together. The fighting causes tragedy and death in the families.

22 T HE PLOT ADVANCEMENT ORGANIZER Shakespeares character are very complex and often have motives that conflict. The complexity of these characters drive the plot. This organizer will help you understand how his characters drive the plot by helping you analyze the two central characters of the play. You will be completing parts of the organizer with your neighbor but everyone must complete an organizer.

23 C HARACTER M OTIVATION APPLICATION : Application: Reflect on the prologue plot summary again: two teenagers from feuding families fall in love but can not really be together. The fighting causes tragedy and death in the families. How did these character interactions advance the plot/keep the story moving? Character:Who/what motivates him/her? What does it motivate him/her to do? Romeo (consider why he goes to the party) Juliet (consider her thoughts on marriage)


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