Presentation on theme: "Bell Ringer #5 For what reasons would you or members of society hold Romeo and Juliet responsible for their own deaths? Who else might you hold responsible."— Presentation transcript:
Bell Ringer #5 For what reasons would you or members of society hold Romeo and Juliet responsible for their own deaths? Who else might you hold responsible and how would you punish them?
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Reading We will be finishing Act V today. Please turn to page 1012
Act V: Scene Three (p. 1012) Parts: Paris, the Page, Romeo, Balthasar, Friar Laurence, Juliet, Chief Watchman, Second Watchman, Third Watchman, Lord Capulet, Lady Capulet, Prince, Lord Montague, and Boy 1. What is Paris’ motivation for going to the Capulet tomb? 2. Describe the conflict between Romeo and Paris. 3. Summarize the death scenes of Romeo and Juliet. Be sure to place them in the correct sequence of events. 4. Explain what happened to Lady Montague. 5. Explain the play’s resolution. What happens between the two families?
Act V Timeline/Sequence Organizer We will be completing a timeline for Act V in the form of a sequence of events organizer. We will identify 6 key events in Act V, list them, describe their significance in a few sentences as they would appear on the opening headline of the Verona newspaper.
Act V Quiz
Act I Paraphrasing Dramatic Elements Aside Monologue Soliloquy Act II – Figurative Language Simile Metaphor Personification Hyperbole Act III – Conflict External Person vs. person Person vs. society Person vs. fate/nature Internal Person vs. self Act IV – Dramatic Irony