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Romeo and Juliet By William Shakespeare. “You kiss by the book.” Meet William Shakespeare – Viewing guide Meet the characters in R&J – Mini Mind Map Scrapbook.

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1 Romeo and Juliet By William Shakespeare

2 “You kiss by the book.” Meet William Shakespeare – Viewing guide Meet the characters in R&J – Mini Mind Map Scrapbook EQ vocabulary – WB page 231 “The Prologue” – Discussion and response guide EQ: Do our differences define us?

3 “You kiss by the book.” EQ vocabulary – WB page 232 Journal response Then and Now Connections: 4 Square Perspectives – Star-crossed lovers: Bella sees Jacob for the first time – Unrelenting love: Bella and Edward in the woods – Forbidden love: Bella and Edward on campus – Feuding families: Family baseball; Studio scene Wherefore art thou? – Literary pairs EQ: Do our differences define us?

4 “You kiss by the book.” Journal Response You are at your locker with one or two friends. You see a boy/girl that you like, but he or she is ignoring you. Your friends try to cheer you up or change the subject. The bell rings, and they head to class. Explain how you feel on the inside.

5 “You kiss by the book.” Connections 1.Text to text: The Twilight series reminds me of R&J because… 2.Text to self: The Twilight series and R&J reminds me of the time I …. because … 3. Text to World: The Twilight series reminds me of something I read/heard because…

6 “Here’s much to do with hate, but more with love.” ACT I Journal response EQ vocabulary WB page 233 Vocabulary as Art Act I – Scene I (exposition) – Watch the rest of the act Reader’s Guide pg WB page EQ: Do our differences define us?

7 Journal Response Your friend has a problem and is feeling depressed. You try to distract him or her by telling a dream that is full of fantastic details, and you believe you received a glimpse of the future. Describe your dream. EQ: Do our differences define us?

8 Act I vocabulary 1.adversary 2.augmenting 3.grievance 4.oppression 5.pernicious 6.transgression EQ: Do our differences define us?

9 "Romeo, Romeo, wherefore art thou, Romeo? Deny thy father, and refuse thy name" Act I vocabulary builder Act I formative assessment ACT II Vocabulary Tic Tac Toe Journal Response Act II Scene i-ii – Balcony Reader’s Guide page WB page View Act II EQ: Do our differences define us?

10 Journal Response Your friend wants ask you for a huge favor that you are uncomfortable with doing such as borrowing your phone for the weekend or lying to his/her parents’ for them. Your friend is not very responsible, and he/she is often in trouble. What do you do? EQ: Do our differences define us?

11 Act II vocabulary 1.intercession 2.lamentable 3.predominant 4.procure 5.sallow 6.unwieldy EQ: Do our differences define us?

12 "Good night, good night! Parting is such sweet sorrow, That I shall say good night till it be morrow." Act II vocabulary builder Act II formative assessment Act III Journal Response Vocabulary Act III scene I Watch the scene Reader’s Notebook page Workbook page EQ: Do our differences define us?

13 Journal Response Which is better– to be feared or to be loved? Explain. EQ: Do our differences define us?

14 Act III Vocabulary 1.eloquence 2.exile 3.fickle 4.fray 5.gallant 6.martial EQ: Do our differences define us?

15 "I know not how to tell thee who I am. My name, dear saint, is hateful to myself, because it’s an enemy to thee." Act III vocabulary builder Act III formative assessment Act IV Journal Response Vocabulary Read scenes i-iii Watch Reader’s Notebook page Workbook page EQ: Do our differences define us?

16 Journal Response If there’s one thing you really don’t want to do, it’s ____________________. Fill in the blank and explain your response. EQ: Do our differences define us?

17 Act IV Vocabulary 1.dismal 2.enjoined 3.loathsome 4.pensive 5.vial 6.wayward EQ: Do our differences define us?

18 "My only love sprung from my only hate; too early unknown and known too late." Act IV Vocabulary builder Act IV formative assessment Act V Journal Response Vocabulary Watch Act V Reader’s Notebook page Workbook page EQ: Do our differences define us?

19 Journal Response Explain how your life is similar to a drama. Be sure to use drama terms in your explanation. For example, who is your foil? When did you have to listen to a monologue? EQ: Do our differences define us?

20 Act V Vocabulary 1.ambiguities 2.disperse 3.haughty 4.penury 5.remnants 6.scourge EQ: Do our differences define us?

21 "My only love sprung from my only hate; too early unknown and known too late." Act V vocabulary builder Act V formative assessment Timed Writing R&J Jeopardy EQ: Do our differences define us?


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