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ACT TWO. February 11, 2015 Target  I will be able to write an objective summary of each scene in Act 1.  I will be able to analyze the relationships.

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1 ACT TWO

2 February 11, 2015 Target  I will be able to write an objective summary of each scene in Act 1.  I will be able to analyze the relationships in Hamlet by creating a Socio-Gram. Agenda 1. Do Now 2. Socio-Gram 3. Exit Slip Do Now Summary of Act 1: On page 23B of your interactive notebook, write a summary of each scene (1-5) we have read so far. Be sure to include:  Characters involved in the scene.  Major event and conflicts that are essential to your understanding of each scene and well as themes that are seen throughout (ex. Sorrow, death, power, betrayal, revenge, love, truth.)

3 Socio-Gram  You need to include all of the characters that we have met so far in your socio-gram. If the character has a nickname, please include it with the character’s name in bold.  Use the same colors to indicate family connection.  Use symbols in your connecting line to show the relationship between characters (ex. Hearts to connect married people, lightning bolts to connect those in conflict). Be creative with your connections!  Show each characters qualities by creating a symbol for them. (ex. Angel wings for someone super good or angelic, a cape for a hero, devil horns for someone evil/malicious.) Target: I will be able to write an objective summary of each scene in Act 1.I will be able analyze the relationships in Hamlet by creating a Socio-Gram with my table group.

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5 Exit Slip  On a 3x5 card evaluate your learning. WRITE IN FULL SENTENCES! 1. Do you feel you met the target today? 2. What is your evidence? 3. How do you feel about reading Hamlet so far? 4. How have the activities of yesterday and today helped you understand the themes, plot and characters in Hamlet? Target: I will be able to write an objective summary of each scene in Act 1.I will be able analyze the relationships in Hamlet by creating a Socio-Gram with my table group. HW: Go to sparknotes.com and read the summaries of each scene in act one. If you were absent during the reading of act one, you need to at least have an understanding of what went on before we move forward. If you are absent in the future, it is your responsibility to use your seminar time to get caught up.

6 February 12, 2015 Target  I will be able to create a headline and article for Act 2, Scene 1 that accurately and creatively uses vocabulary words, textual evidence, and analysis. Agenda 1. Do Now 2. Act 2, Scene 1 3. Exit Slip: HEADLINE! Do Now Vocabulary  Antic – 1. (n.) a ludicrous or extravagant act; a caper. 2. A buffoon esp. a clown. 3. (adj.) Ludicrously odd; fantastic.  Perturb (v.) – 1. To disturb greatly; make uneasy or anxious. 2. To throw into great confusion or disorder DOL mr o’leary is a mystery fan, he was eager to see agatha christies long running play mousetrap when he visited london

7 DOL  mr o’leary is a mystery fan, he was eager to see agatha christies long running play mousetrap when he visited london  Because Mr. O’Leary is a mystery fan, he was eager to see Agatha Christie’s long-running play Mousetrap when he visited London.  Target: I will be able to create a headline and article for Act 2, Scene 1 that accurately and creatively uses vocabulary words, textual evidence, and analysis.

8 Theme -Act. Scene.Lines Textual EvidenceAnalysis Theme Analysis – 26A/B Power, Betrayal, Death, Sorrow, Revenge, Truth, Justice, (other themes?).  Target: I will be able to create a headline and article for Act 2, Scene 1 that accurately and creatively uses vocabulary words, textual evidence, and analysis.

9 Finish Act 1, Scene 5 Watch Act 2, Scene 2  Target: I will be able to create a headline and article for Act 2, Scene 1 that accurately and creatively uses vocabulary words, textual evidence, and analysis.

10 Exit Task: HEADLINE!  Create a headline and article for Act 2, scene 1.  Be sure to use evidence from the text as well as vocabulary words. You may use words from your act 1 vocabulary list as well!  Be creative! Start to incorporate the themes into your analysis of each scene!  Themes: Betrayal, Sorrow, Death, Revenge, Love, Power, Truth…  Do you see any new themes emerging in the second act?  Target: I will be able to create a headline and article for Act 2, Scene 1 that accurately and creatively uses vocabulary words, textual evidence, and analysis.

11 February 13, 2015 Target  I will be able to finish a headline and article for 2.1 and create a headline and article for 2.2 that accurately and creatively uses vocabulary words, textual evidence, and analysis. Agenda 1. Do Now 2. Finish 2.1 Headline 3. Read and Analyze Exit Slip Do Now Vocabulary:  Forgery (noun)- an illegal copy of a document, painting, etc. or the crime of making illegal copies  Inclination (noun) – feeling or fact that you prefer or are more likely to do a particular thing DOL:  don’t add no more than one half cup of the water and yeast mixture to the flour louis if you want the pizza dough to be a success

12 DOL  don’t add no more than one half cup of the water and yeast mixture to the flour louis if you want the pizza dough to be a success  Don’t add any more [Add no more] than one- half cup of the water-and-yeast mixture to the flour, Louis, if you want the pizza dough to be a success.  Target: I will be able to create a headline and article for Act 2, Scene 2 that accurately and creatively uses vocabulary words, textual evidence, and analysis.

13 Read Act 2, Scene 2  Target: I will be able to create a headline and article for Act 2, Scene 2 that accurately and creatively uses vocabulary words, textual evidence, and analysis.  Read with your table group, stopping to clarify meaning.  Use your text evidence and theme analysis graphic organizer on page 26 A/B.  REMEMBER – the analysis column is a space for you to develop your understanding, not a place to translate your textual evidence into modern language.

14 Exit Task: HEADLINE!  Begin brainstorming a headline and article for Act 2, scene 2. Remember we started reading this last week and will be finishing this scene today and tomorrow.  Be sure to use evidence from the text as well as vocabulary words. You may use words from your act 1 vocabulary list as well!  Be creative! Start to incorporate the themes into your analysis of each scene!  Themes: Betrayal, Sorrow, Death, Revenge, Justice, Love, Power, Truth, Madness, Conformity, Uncertainty…  Do you see any new themes emerging in the second act?  Target: I will be able to read and analyze the characters and themes in Act 2, scene 2 of Hamlet.

15 February 17, 2015 Target  I will be able to read and analyze the characters and themes in Act 2, scene 2 of Hamlet. Agenda 1. Do Now 2. Read Update page 26A/B 3. Begin 2.2 Headline and Article 4. Exit Slip Do Now Vocabulary:  Brevity (noun) – the use of few words  Discretion (noun) – quality of being discreet; being careful about what to do or say so that people will not be embarrassed or offended DOL on next slide…

16 ACCUPLACER Practice: What does the second sentence do? Explain your answer. 1. Paris, France, is a city that has always been known as a center of artistic and cultural expression. In the 1920s, Paris was home to many artists and writers from around the world who became famous, such as Picasso and Hemingway. a) It reinforces the first. b) It states an effect. c) It draws a conclusion. d) It provides a contrast. 2. The Midwest is experiencing its worst drought in 15 years. Corn and soybean prices are expected to be very high this year. a) It restates the idea found in the first. b) It states an effect. c) It gives an example. d) It analyzes the statement made in the first.  Target: I will be able to read and analyze the characters and themes in Act 2, scene 2 of Hamlet.

17 Exit Task: HEADLINE!  Keep brainstorming a headline and article for Act 2, scene 2. Remember we started reading this last week and will be finishing this scene today and tomorrow.  Be sure to use evidence from the text as well as vocabulary words. You may use words from your act 1 vocabulary list as well!  Be creative! Start to incorporate the themes into your analysis of each scene!  Themes: Betrayal, Sorrow, Death, Revenge, Justice, Love, Power, Truth, Madness, Conformity, Uncertainty…  Do you see any new themes emerging in the second act?  Target: I will be able to read and analyze the characters and themes in Act 2, scene 2 of Hamlet.

18 February 18, 2015 Target  I will be able to  practice vocabulary words.  discuss and analyze the themes in act 2, scene 2 of Hamlet. Agenda 1. Do Now 2. Finish reading Create article for 2.2 using textual evidence and vocabulary words. 4. Exit Slip Do Now Vocabulary:  Celestial (adj.) – heavenly, or from the sky above  Solicit (verb) – to ask for something in a persuasive and determined way DOL – on next slide…

19 Vocabulary Practice Quiz 1. Pick the synonym for antic  Attic  Collectible item  Prank  Prodigal 2. Pick the synonym for inclination  Disgust  Impulse  Slope  Temper 3. Pick the antonym for brevity  Lengthiness  Economy  Countenance  Tartness 4. Connect the following words in a sentence or two: forgery/perterb  Target: I will be able to practice vocabulary words as well as discuss and analyze the themes in act 2, scene 2 of Hamlet.

20 Exit Task: HEADLINE!  Create your headline and article for Act 2, scene 2.  Be sure to use evidence from the text as well as vocabulary words. You may use words from your act 1 vocabulary list as well!  Be creative! Start to incorporate themes into your articles for each scene!  Themes: Betrayal, Sorrow, Death, Revenge, Justice, Love, Power, Truth, Madness, Conformity, Uncertainty…  If you want to know why these themes are important to think about, check out the essay prompts in your Hamlet syllabus!  Target: I will be able to practice vocabulary words as well as discuss and analyze the themes in act 2, scene 2 of Hamlet.

21 February 19, 2015 Target  I will be able to:  review act 2 vocabulary words.  use textual evidence to analyze a character in Hamlet. Agenda 1. Do Now 2. Finish articles 3. Score articles 4. Character Development Do Now Vocabulary: Take a moment to review your vocabulary… Get ready to rumble!

22 Vocabulary Practice For each of the following words, provide both a association and explanation:  Celestial  Martial  Prodigal  Solicit  Brazen  Perturb  Jocund Target: I will be able to review Act 2 vocabulary words and use textual evidence and vocab to analyze Hamlet.

23 Vocabulary Practice  Laura showed great [___________] when speaking of the incident; she didn’t want to embarrass her sister.  For the record, I do not eat sugar and have no [__________] to eat sugar.  The painting looked exactly like the original. Only an experienced art critic could tell that it was a [___________].  I apologize for the [__________] of this , but there’s really nothing more to say.  After discovering my winning lottery ticket, bing pulled over for speeding didn't [___________] me at all. Target: I will be able to review Act 2 vocabulary words and use textual evidence and vocab to analyze Hamlet.

24 Exit Task: HEADLINE!  Finish your headline and article for Act 2, scene 2.  Be sure to use evidence from the text as well as vocabulary words from Act 2. You may use words from your Act 1 vocabulary list as well!  Be creative! Start to incorporate themes into your articles for each scene!  Themes: Betrayal, Sorrow, Death, Revenge, Justice, Love, Power, Truth, Madness, Conformity, Uncertainty…  If you want to know why these themes are important to think about, check out the essay prompts in your Hamlet syllabus!

25 February 20, 2015 Target  I will be able to:  ace my Act 2 vocabulary quiz.  analyze a character’s connection to the themes in Hamlet. Agenda 1. Vocab Quiz 2. Character Analysis 1. Turn in character analysis. 3. Turn in Journals Do Now Vocab Quiz!

26 Character and Theme 1. Choose a character – for ideas, look at your socio-gram on page 25B 2. Decide what themes your character embodies*. Remember that people aren’t one-dimensional (especially not Shakespeare’s characters). They are complex. You will find connections between your character and multiple themes! 3. Fill out the worksheet with textual evidence that reveals what your character wonders, knows, sees, and cares about in relation to the themes they embody*. 4. Once you’ve found sufficient evidence, turn your paper over and write a theme/character analysis which includes textual evidence and citation. *Embody – to represent in bodily form or to bring together as a whole. example: a person may embody the qualities of trust and honesty Target: I will be able to analyze a character’s connection to the themes in Hamlet.


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