We think you have liked this presentation. If you wish to download it, please recommend it to your friends in any social system. Share buttons are a little bit lower. Thank you!
Presentation is loading. Please wait.
Published byBraxton Pledger
Modified over 2 years ago
Describe your biggest fear.
Recreate the ghost scene from a modern historical event.
How long is it appropriate to mourn the loss of someone?
Create the MENU for “the funeral” and “wedding feast”.MENU
What is the best advice about relationships you have heard? Who told you and what was their intention behind it?
Create a booklet of Polonius-isms.Polonius-ism
What do you think the king wants to tell Hamlet?
Recreate a modern version of Hamlet and the Ghost scene.
Using Act 1 Scene 3 as a base for your answers, describe the family relationships: Between Laertes and Ophelia Between Polonius and Laertes.
Hamlet Bellringer # Directions: Use your character map to help you with these questions. 1.What happens to Hamlet’s father before the play starts?
Hamlet by William Shakespeare Act III. Hamlet Act III Scene i Rosencrantz and Guildenstern report that they did not know the cause of Hamlet’s apparent.
What does Hamlet think of the king’s carousing? Why? How does Hamlet react to seeing the ghost? Why doesn’t Horatio want Hamlet to go with the ghost?
Hamlet, Prince of Denmark. This activity is to help you become involved actively with reading the play by helping you to determine a definite purpose.
Ashley Cunningham Amante Holder. When something tragic happens people tend to reach breaking point. (Hamlet with his father /uncle & mother). (Death.
Hamlet, the prince of Denmark is very sad because his father died.
Life Journal Responses English IV. Life Journal-1 What are your plans for life after high school? What are your plans for life after high school?
“Before you embark on a journey of eervgen, dig two graves.” Solve the anagram!
Hamlet Act 4. Act 4 Scene 1 The King and Queen speak about hamlet What does the Queen reveal to the King? What does the king want to do? Who does he send.
Act One Closure. Journal In Act I, Scene v, we saw Old Hamlet charge Prince Hamlet with seeking revenge on his behalf. With that in mind, how common.
Oct 15 – Lit – Act 2 Scene 1 Agenda: Individual: Polonius the Spy Group: The “antic disposition” Homework: Read first part of II:ii (line 1 – 392) Journal.
Hamlet Act 1 Scene 1 and mostly 2 Are You Smarter Than a 5 th Grader?
Hamlet Act I.
Hamlet Presented by: Montanna and Larissa.
Hamlet Act II, Scene i Polonius and Reynaldo Polonius and Ophelia.
Absent work for English 12 Thursday, 2/26/15 Complete the following two assignments on notebook paper. There is an example of what your chart should look.
Act 1 Summary. Barnardo---guard Francisco---guard Marcellus---guard Horatio---Hamle’ts friend Ghost.
Alba Mora Laia Pagès Andrea Querol Víctor Ramírez Anna Roura Víctor Valderrama Javi Vía.
BELLRINGER Complete the T/F statements from King Claudius’s speech and review.
Act III – Hamlet “To be or not to be” Self destruction or murderous revenge?
Social Roles and Relationships.
Do Now: Based on the events of Act 3, who has Hamlet become?
With a partner, read the dialogue between Polonius and Ophelia in Act 2, Scene 1 (lines ), in which Ophelia describes Hamlet’s peculiar.
How do historical fiction authors hook and hold readers?
By William Shakespeare
Characters, structure, and themes
HAMLET. Hamlet – ACT 3 1.R&G: 1st report to Claudius about Hamlet (crazy+play) 2.Claudius + Polonius: spy on Hamlet + Ophelia 3.Polonius gives Ophelia.
Bruna Almeida Marta Bevià Lídia Cortes Nerea de Frutos Paula Gracia Lídia Hernandez.
HAMLET Summary Hamlet is the prince of Denmark. His father has recently died.
Hamlet By Shakespeare.
The Narrative Personal or fictional. How to Get Started Journal writing. Everyday experiences make humorous, serious, poignant or meaningful stories.
BRITISH LITERATURE. Vocabulary Test is postponed until after break! Instead, we will be reviewing Unit Two’s words. In your small groups, discuss the.
Point of View: Describes the relationship of the narrator to the story. In other words, who is seeing and telling the story.
This project and its actions were made possible due to co-financing by the European Fund for the Integration of Third-Country Nationals Hamlet – plot and.
By William Shakespeare Act 1 Scene 2 & 3. Claudius Gertrude Hamlet Ophelia Polonius Laertes Horatio Marcellus.
Oct 8-9 – Lit – Act I Scene 3 Agenda: Quick-Write: Hamlet’s 1 st Soliloquy Family Relationships Polonius's advice Improvising I:iii I:iii on film Homework:
Elizabethan. Popular during the late 16 th and early 17 th century Based off Roman/Greek tragedies Thomas Kyd’s Spanish Tragedy Tragedies = tragic.
HAMLET : A terrible mistake Act 3 Scene 4 William Shakespeare Presented by : Drishya Gurung Rosy Karna.
Question and Answer Samples and Techniques. The Quiz Show Break off into groups of 4!! One member of the group will raise their hand and I will choose.
+ Senior English-February 29 th Take out your writing notebook and answer the following. You will be expected to write until informed otherwise. What kind.
Do Now : How can Hamlet rationalize the death of Polonius? HW: Read Act 4, Scenes 1, 2, 3.
Agenda Appearance vs. Reality – theme in Hamlet
Hamlet Key scene. Learning Intentions To revise the key scene of Act Three, Scene Four. To become familiar with the types of questions that might be asked.
Bias and Reliability When Examining Historical Evidence.
WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE Hamlet. Background/Important Vocabulary Hamlet is a tragedy Tragedy – a medieval narrative poem/tale that describes the downfall of.
H AMLET’S PLOT By Sebastian Colino. AUTHOR, SETTING, AND MAIN CHARACTERS Hamlet, the play is written by William Shakespeare The book took place in.
Have you ever heard someone say that something was of “epic importance?” Have you ever read a history book that labeled World War II as a battle of “epic.
© 2017 SlidePlayer.com Inc. All rights reserved.