Presentation on theme: "Tuesday – English 10 Week Three"— Presentation transcript:
1 Tuesday – English 10 Week Three In-ClassMemoir Presentations – Enable Discussion TabStarting MacbethDiscuss the role of witchesAct Out Act One: Scene OneHomeworkWriting Prompt: Chance, Choice, and TragedyComment on three other classmates’ blogs
2 Tuesday – English 10 Week Three Questions to Consider – The WitchesInitial reactionsThink about the colors in the picture – What do they signify? What do they make you think about?What effect does this have on how you view the play?What do you think each witch is thinking?What would be your reaction if you saw them here?
3 Wednesday – English 10 Week Three In-ClassVocabulary Fun!Look at blog postsRecap Act One: Scene OneWatch film versions of MacbethMacbeth Act One: Scene ThreeHomeworkBring independent reading book on FridayWriting Prompt: Deep, Deep Questions
4 Wednesday – English 10 Week Three Questions to Consider - Watching the Film VersionsInitial reactions to the witch portrayal?What do you notice about:…the location?…the speech of the witches?…the sound effects / music in the background?…their dress?What decisions did the director make?Which one would you want to watch for fun?
5 Thursday – English 10 Week Three In-ClassDebrief VideosDeep, Deep QuestionsMacbeth Act One: Scene ThreeHomeworkBring independent reading book tomorrowWriting Post: BraveryStudy for Vocabulary Quiz!
6 Friday – English 10 Week Three In-ClassIndependent ReadingVocabulary QuizDebrief Bravery PostMacbeth Act One: Scene TwoHomeworkCreative reading of the text
7 Friday – English 10 Week Three HomeworkDo something creative with the text you have read so farCome up with some sort of physical representation of your understanding of something in the first three scenes of Act IMust include two paragraphs with it:One paragraph: Description of why you choose this part / topic and why. Also discuss the medium your finished product is in and why.Second paragraph: Back up your picture with two quotations from the text. Find them, cite them, and let’s go from there.