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A CT IV – D AY O NE
A CT IV (D AY O NE ) A GENDA Bell Ringer Grammar Skill Review: Dramatic Irony Reading: Act IV i-iii Dramatic Irony Storyboard Activity Exit Slip
B ELL R INGER #2: (A) 2/18 & (B) 2/22 Describe your favorite character from the play. Identify his/her best qualities. Identify any flaws he/she has. Describe what you imagine he/she looks like— don’t use the film version; create your own idea! Explain your answer in a well-developed paragraph with lots of details!!!
G RAMMAR : HOW TO USE SEMI - COLONS Rule 1 : Use a semicolon to combine two very closely related complete sentences. Example: She went to the store; it is her favorite place to shop. Rule 2 : Use a semicolon along with a conjunctive adverb and a comma to clarify the relationship between two closely related complete sentences. Conjunctive adverbs include however, therefore, in addition, moreover, subsequently, consequently, instead, and additionally. Example: Romeo killed Tybalt; however, his best friend Mercutio was killed first. Rule 3 : Use a semicolon to separate a series of phrases or clauses that are long or have punctuation, like commas, within them. Example: Romeo’s life is filled with several foil characters such as the Nurse and Lady Capulet, Juliet’s mother figures; Benvolio and Mercutio, Romeo’s best friends; and the Friar and the Nurse, Romeo and Juliet’s mentors.
G RAMMAR #2: SEMI - COLONS Rewrite the following sentences combing and adding semi-colons as needed. 1. Romeo loves Juliet. He does not know she is a Capulet. 2. Romeo is an emotional person. He often falls in love very quickly. 3. Romeo has several confidants such as the Friar his mentor Benvolio his cousin and Mercutio his best friend.
S KILL FOCUS : D RAMATIC I RONY
When we, the readers or audience, know something that the characters in the story/play do not know.
R EADING : A CT IV: S CENES I - III
T ODAY ’ S ROLES : A CT IV S CENES I - III ( PG. 990) Capulets Juliet Capulet Servingman (for the Capulets) Nurse Lady Capulet Others Friar Paris
A CT IV: S CENES O NE - T HREE 1. Make an inference about Lord Capulet’s need to have Paris marry Juliet so soon. 2. Describe Juliet’s conversation with Paris. What does he think will happen? 3. Based on what you know about Juliet, describe what she will do if the Friar refuses to help her. 4. What does Juliet say she is willing to do as a part of the Friar’s plan? 5. Describe the plan the Friar creates. Provide at least THREE details. 6. What kind of moral dilemma or internal conflict does this cause for him? 7. How do the wedding plans change? 8. List at least THREE of Juliet’s fears.
S TORY B OARD A CTIVITY
S TORYBOARD ACTIVITY DIRECTIONS : Choose a scene that you would like to work with for today’s activity. Create a Storyboard for that particular scene. In other words, draw what the audience would see on stage. Choose three “moments” from the scene to draw – the three moments must be somewhat different from each other. Be sure to include both pictures and dialogue. You will not be graded on artistic quality, but you will be graded on effort. In other words, try to add as much detail as possible, even if you are a terrible drawer.
S TORY B OARD A CTIVITY You will create THREE separate story boards for your assigned scene, with each one representing what the stage and characters would have looked like during a specific moment in the scene. We’ll present these on the document camera. You will analyze how part of your scene serves as an example of dramatic irony. During presentations, the class will guess what example of dramatic irony occurs in each scene. And, each person will complete a handout while the groups present. STAGE Act #, Scene #
S TORY B OARD A CTIVITY, C ONT. 1. Act I, Scene ii – Lord Capulet and Paris discuss marriage; a servant goes to invite guests to the Capulet party 2. Act I, Scene v – Romeo and Juliet meet and fall in love 3. Act II, Scene i – Romeo sneaks back into the Capulets’ orchard while Mercutio and Benvolio leave the party 4. Act II, Scene ii – (the balcony scene) Romeo and Juliet plan to get married 5. Act II, Scene iv – Mercutio and Benvolio taunt Romeo while he tries to talk to the Nurse about marrying Juliet 6. Act II, Scene v – The Nurse takes her time in telling Juliet about the plans to marry Romeo 7. Act III, Scene i – Tybalt kills Mercutio and Romeo kills Tybalt 8. Act III, Scene ii – The Nurse tells Juliet about the fight and resulting deaths 9. Act III, Scene iv – Lord Capulet agrees to Paris marrying Juliet though she is grieving 10. Act III, Scene v – Juliet refuses to marry Paris and the Nurse refuses to help Juliet; Juliet plans to visit Friar Laurence for help
E XIT SLIP : S TORY B OARD R EFLECTION : In your groups, you should be able to answer the following questions about YOUR scene: 1. Which scene did you select? 2. Explain the dramatic irony in your selected scene. What is this an example of dramatic irony? 3. Why did you choose the three moments in the story that you selected for your storyboards? 4. How did you represent the dramatic irony within those three moments? 5. Think about the choices Shakespeare had to make as an author. Why would he choose to structure the scene with the use of dramatic irony? 6. What kind of mood did the use of dramatic irony create?