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1 Bell Ringer Identify the subjects and verbs of the following sentences: 1. Patrick listened to his iPod while the teacher was giving a lesson. 2. When reviewing for our test, Hannah is always right. 3. Lydia is short and cannot reach the top shelf. 4. John quickly completed his homework so he could go outside and play.

2 Day Two: Act III Bell Ringer Grammar Flashback: Conflict Review Reading Act III scenes iii-v Skill Focus: Foil Characters Foil Character Activity CFA (Timed) Learning Target: I can explain how the use of complex (foil) characters affects the development of the plot and theme of a text.

3 Conflict Practice

4 Conflict Review Watch the following clip from Gnomeo and Juliet. List and describe the conflicts from the clip. Are they internal, external, man vs. man, etc. Try to find at least THREE!

5 Summarizing scene iii Learning of his punishment to be banished from Verona, Romeo fears that he will never see Juliet again. He hides in the Friars cell until further plans are made. The Nurse visits Romeo and asks him to see Juliet before he lives for Mantua. Application: 1. What is Romeos greatest motivation in this scene? 2. How does this motivation create greater conflict and drive the plot of the play? 3. Make an inference as to what will happen in scenes iv- v.

6 Reading Act III scenes iv-v

7 ROLES FOR TODAY ACT III, SCENES iv-v (p. 977) Capulets: Lord Capulet: Lady Capulet: Juliet: Montagues: Romeo: Others: Nurse: Paris:

8 Act III: Scene iv (p. 977) Parts: Lord Capulet, Lady Capulet, Paris 1. Why does Lord Capulet say Juliet needs time before marrying Paris? 2. When does Lord Capulet agree to hold the marriage? 3. Who will bring the wedding news to Juliet?

9 Act III: Scene Five (p. 979) Parts: Romeo, Juliet, Nurse, Lady Capulet, Lord Capulet 4. What do Romeo and Juliet debate? 5. Why does Juliet pretend to act upset? 6. What news does Lady Capulet bring to Juliet and how does Juliet react? 7. Why does Lord Capulet become angry? 8. What will happen to Juliet if she does not marry Paris? 9. What does Juliet ask for from her mother? 10. What does Juliet decide to do since the Nurse will not help her?

10 FOIL CHARACTER A character who contrasts with another character (usually the protagonist) and so highlights/emphasizes various facets of the main characters personality. A foil usually has some important characteristic in common with the other character. The author may use foils to demonstrate an important quality about the protagonists. Example:

11 1. What can you infer about Ferris character? (Use STEAL to justify your answer.) 2. What can you infer about his friend Cameron? (STEAL) 3. How are the two friends the same? How are they different?

12 Character Foils A Character Foil is a character who is used to as a contrast to another character. A writer uses a foil to distinct the qualities of two characters. 1. How were Farris and Cameron foils? 2. What are some other examples of famous character foils that you can name from movies, books, television shows, or comics?

13 Romeo and Juliet Foil Characters Lady Capulet and the Nurse Romeo and Paris Romeo and Tybalt Tybalt and Benvolio Romeo and Mercutio Romeo and Benvolio

14 How do we define foil characters? Role in story Character traits (similarities and differences) Primary motivations Conflicts

15 Lady Capulet vs. Nurse Lady CapuletNurse Role in the story Traits/Characteristics Primary Motivation Conflict(s) in the story

16 Lady Capulet vs. Nurse Lady CapuletNurse Role in the storyJuliets mother, royal member of the Capulet family, minor character Juliets nurse and confidant, works for the Capulet family, more significant minor character Traits/Characteristicsbossy, rude, stuck up, aggressive, regretful funny, crude, understanding, loving, supportive Primary MotivationShe wants Juliet to marry into a good family and have a happy life. She wants Juliet to be happy and marry who she wants (even if she doesnt personally agree with her choice). Conflict(s) in the storyLady Capulet vs. Montagues, vs. Juliet, vs. Lord Capulet She also struggles internally with her decision to force Juliet into marriage. Nurse vs. Juliet, vs. Montague servants, vs. Romeo She struggles internally with her decision whether or not to support Juliets secret marriage.

17 Lady Capulet vs. Nurse 1. How are the characters similar? 2. How are the characters different? What trait(s) make them foils of one another? 3. What was Shakespeares overall purpose for writing this play? 4. Why does Shakespeare include this pair of foil characters in the play? How do they help him develop his overall purpose? Be sure to use specific evidence from the text to support your answer.

18 Lady Capulet vs. Nurse How are the characters similar? They both care about Juliet and want what THEY think is best for her. How are the characters different? What trait(s) make them foils of one another? While they both care about Juliet, the mother is driven by what she thinks is best (marrying Paris) and the Nurse does what makes Juliet the happiest (marrying Romeo).

19 Foil Character Analysis Each group will be assigned a pair of foil characters. Work together with your group members to answer the questions on your worksheet. After each group finishes, we will present to the class and fill out the back to your worksheet.

20 Poster Requirements: Your group will be assigned a specific set of foil characters from the play. On your paper, complete the following: Draw a picture of your two characters. Describe the role of each character in the play. Explain any important traits/characteristics of each character. Describe the primary motivation for each characters actions. Describe the major conflicts that each character faces. Explain why these two characters are foils of one another.

21 Exit Slip: If you life was play, what would your FOIL be like? 1. Describe your personality in 1-2 sentences. 2. Describe your foils character in 1-2 sentences. 3. Explain how this character would be a foil. What do they have in common? What is different?

22 Common Formative Assessment


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