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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 24, 2014 HONORS MYP Writing Claims with Quoted and Cited Evidence
Quick Write: Iago’s Internal Conflict Write about each scene in your notebook. What do we know from each scene? What is the conflict? How does this conflict impact the story line? How has your opinion of Iago changed or deepened? 2.1.182-193 2.1.308-334 2.3.356-382 2.3.404-411
Objective, Agenda, & Homework Objective: Students will locate textual evidence to support a claim and correctly quote and cite that evidence. Agenda: Quick Write: Internal Conflict in Othello Act II Notes Quoting Evidence Citing Evidence Formative #2 Homework: Othello Act III questions are due Monday. Greek roots 41-45 are due Monday.
Notes: Introducing Quoted Evidence Tag Lines: Begin a quotation from the text with an introductory or transitional phrase. According to Shakespeare, “…. Iago says, “…. Later in the play, Desdemona claims “…. Initially, the author shows “…. Another example is when “…. Or just incorporate the quotation into the sentence. Iago admitted that he used Roderigo when he told the audience “Thus do I ever make my fool my purse” (Shakespeare 1.3.426). Othello loves Desdemona because “she did pity them [the dangers he had passed]” (Shakespeare 1.3.194).
Notes: Quoting Evidence (Punctuation) Quotation Marks: When you rewrite what the author wrote word-for-word, all of that textual evidence must go in quotation marks. Example: In Act II, Iago plans to make Othello think Cassio and Desdemona are having an affair because, while they are talking, Iago will “draw the Moor apart and bring him jump when he may Cassio find soliciting his wife” (Shakespeare 2.3.407-409). Periods: If the quotation ends with a period, move the period outside of the quotations AND put it AFTER the citation. If the quotation ends with a question mark or exclamation point, then put it in the quotation marks. In addition, put a period after the citation in parentheses.
Notes: Citing Evidence All citations go in parentheses after the quotation but before the period. Citation for a Book: (author’s last name page number) (Steinbeck 42) Citation for a Shakespeare Play: (author’s last name act#.scene#.line#’s) (Shakespeare 2.2.46-48)
Scoring of Formative #2 Completion of assignment with a claim = 5 points Evidence #1 = 2 points Quoting the evidence = 1 point Paraphrasing or summarizing does not count. There should be a tag line. Citing the evidence = 1 point Citation is in parentheses after the quotation and before the period. Citation is in the correct format for the type of text. Evidence #2 = 2 points Quoting the evidence = 1 point Citing the evidence = 1 point
Formative #2 On your half sheet of paper, write a claim for one of the following 2 questions. Why does Iago want Desdemona’s downfall? Why does everyone still trust Iago? Then, find 2 pieces of textual evidence to support your claim. Be sure to QUOTE your evidence (instead of paraphrasing). Also, be sure to correctly cite each piece of evidence. If time allows, read your independent reading book.