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Act II Day Three: Lesson Overview Bell Ringer Grammar: Capitalization Review Figurative Language from last class Skill Focus: Foil Character Read Romeo and Juliet Act II Scenes v & vi Act II Quiz Act II ORQ
Bell Ringer #9: (A) 2/7 & (B) 2/10 1. Using a Venn Diagram, compare and contrast Romeo and Mercutio. Match the following words with the appropriate character: lover, shy, outgoing, witty, male, romantic, party, jokester, mocking, changeable, skeptic, emotional, fighter, temper **Can you come up with some more?
Grammar #9: Capitalization Use your knowledge of capitalization rules that we have studied the past few class periods to correct the following sentences. Be sure to write out each sentence and circle each letter that you change. 1. romeo and juliet was written by mr. william shakespeare. 2. customs during the elizabethan age were very different than today. 3. many names are difficult to pronounce in the play due to their italian origin. 4. when juliet finds out romeo is a montague, she says: “my only love sprung from my only hate.”
Skill Focus: Foil Character A foil is a character that contrasts with another character (usually the protagonist) and so highlights various facets of the main character's personality. Reflecting back to your bell ringer, how are Mercutio and Romeo foil characters? Can you think of any other foil characters in the play?
7. He never says anything. He just sits there like a bump on a log.
8. Miss Kramek tried to cook meat last night. She couldn’t. It had freezer burn.
9. My sister wears so much make up that she weighs 50 pounds more when she has it on!
10. Aladdin was considered a diamond in the rough.
Exit Slip Review from last class 1. Define oxymoron and use the passage below to answer 2 & 3. When Romeo sees that the feud between the Capulets and the Montagues has reignited, he says: Here’s much to do with hate, but more with love. Why then, O brawling love, O loving hate, O anything of nothing first created! O heavy lightness, serious vanity, Misshapen chaos of well-seeming forms, Feather of lead, bright smoke, cold fire, sick health, Still-waking sleep, that is not what it is! This love feel I, that feel no love in this. 2. Identify and write at least three examples of oxymorons in the passage above. 3. Explain how the feud between the families shows both love and hatred.
Review: Act II Scene iv 1. According to Mercutio and Benvolio, what continues to bother Romeo? 2. Who has challenged Romeo to a duel, and why? 3. What message does Romeo give to the Nurse for Juliet?
Roles for Today: Act II Scenes v & vi (p. 951) Montague: Romeo: Capulet: Juliet (both scenes): Other: Nurse: Friar Laurence:
Stop and Think: Act II Scenes v and vi (p. 951) Act II scene v 1. Juliet worries at the beginning of scene v, what is her motivation for doing so? (lines 1-17) 2. What does the Nurse do to irritate Juliet? Make and inference of why she does this. (lines 25-30) 3. Reflect from last class: Why does the Nurse ask Juliet: “Have you got leave to go to shrift today?” (line 66) Act II scene vi 4. Summarize the advise that the Friar gives to Romeo in lines 9-15. 5. What will happen to Romeo and Juliet as they leave the stage in scene vi? Make an inference as to what will happen in Act III.
REMOVE ALL ITEMS FROM YOUR DESK EXCEPT FOR A PENCIL/PEN AND PAPER DO NOT WRITE ON THE HANDOUT NO TALKING—RAISE YOUR HAND IF YOU HAVE A QUESTION Act II ORQ and Quiz
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