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English 12.  Pick a card as you come in and match it to the cards at the desks. This will be your group for today.  In your journals: Consider the prop.

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1 English 12

2  Pick a card as you come in and match it to the cards at the desks. This will be your group for today.  In your journals: Consider the prop you chose for Desdemona. How does it represent her character?

3 “look to her, Moor, if thou hast eyes to see. She has deceived her father and may thee.” ( )  Put this into your own words.

4 “look to her, Moor, if thou hast eyes to see. She has deceived her father and may thee.” ( )  Put this into your own words.  Toss the ball: I f you get it say the line. Try for different intonation and emphasis

5 “look to her, Moor, if thou hast eyes to see. She has deceived her father and may thee.” ( )  Put this into your own words.  Toss the ball: I f you get it say the line. Try for different intonation and emphasis  Watch for words and images that have to do with sight. Consider the difference between literal sight and sight as a metaphor for understanding

6  Duke is preparing for battle with the Turks at Cyprus  Brabantios wants justice for his defiled daughter, but is denied  Othello describes his courtship of Desdemona (sigh)  Othello entrusts Desdemona to Iago for safe transport to Cyprus (Seriously???)  Iago and Roderigo are left on the stage to plot and plan

7  Why does Roderigo want to plot and plan?  Why does Iago?

8 In your groups  Read through Iago and Roderigo’s conversation  Answer the questions in your journals (line numbers provided to help you)  Start Iago’s Bestiary  If you have time, go back to 1.1 and get the beastly lines from that scene-they are fun


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