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Week 29: Dystopias 6 th week of the six weeks MondayTuesdayWednesdayThursdayFriday
Monday You will need: Journal A Textbook And a pen (blue or black ink)
Page On page 776 you will find the new Big Question. Write it at the TOP of the next clean page in your journal. Read page 778 – 779. Follow the directions and discuss with your partner when instructed to do so. In your journal complete the task in “Write What You Think” Copy the “Big Question Vocabulary” into your notebook and make sure that you know all these words by Friday, April 15.
Page On these pages you will find all the key words and new vocabulary terms for our next unit, DRAMA. In your journal, write down all the bold face terms and the explanation (definition) for those terms. Acting Actors Acts Aside Audience Character Chorus Climax Comedy Conflict Dialogue Drama Dramatic Conventions Dramatic effect Dramatic irony Dramatic speech Monologue Performance Playwright Plot Props Scenes Script Sets Soliloquy Stage Directions Theme Tragedy Tragic flaw Tragic hero
Tuesday You will need: Your Journal A pen (blue or black ink)
What do you know about Shakespeare?
What do you know about The Globe?
Wednesday You will need: Your Journal The Textbook (p. 798 – 805) And a pen (blue or black ink)
Journal: What would you do for love?
Complete your notes: pp. 798 – 805 Write in your journal all the information that will help you pass a test about the following topics: The Tragedy of Romeo and Juliet The theater in Shakespeare’s time The Globe Dialogue and Stage direction William Shakespeare Starting out love of theater celebrity when he wrote his plays how much he made Vocabulary: Pernicious adversary augmenting grievance oppression transgression
Thursday You will need: Your running shoes!
Journal: Thursday 4/14/11 No journal today – Fit Test
Prepare for the Shakespeare Notes Test If you are not finished with your notes – READ. If you are finished with your notes – study for tomorrow by reading over your notes. Work quietly at your seat until you finish or the bell rings.
Friday You will need: Your Journal And a pen (blue or black ink)