STAAR Preparation 2017

STAAR Preparation 2017

ROMEO & JULIET 2018 M O N DAY , 7 M AY 2 0 1 8 D LT: W I L D C AT S W I L L C O M PA R E V E R S I O N S

O F D R A M AT I C L I T E R AT U R E . GNOMEO AND JULIET Biology EOC: Periods 1-5 Gnomeo and Juliet, part 1: Periods 6 & 7 T U E S DAY , 8 M AY 2 0 1 8 D LT:

W I L D C AT S W I L L C O M PA R E V E R S I O N S O F D R A M AT I C L I T E R AT U R E . GNOMEO AND JULIET Gnomeo and Juliet, part 1: Periods 1-5 Gnomeo and Juliet, part 2: Periods 6 & 7 TRUT H

WARM UP: THREE LIES AND TWO TRUTHS LIE LIE LIE TRUT

H 1. Romeo was Tybalts intended target, not Mercutio. 2. When Mercutio commands A plague a both houses, he is wishing everyone comes down with a severe illness. 3. Romeo accidentally kills Tybalt as he tries to make peace with him. 4. Benvolio tries to take the blame for Tybalts death, but Romeo tells Prince he was responsible. 5. Prince Escalus declares that Romeo must be exiled to Mantua and

will be killed if he returns to Verona. WARM UP Think about Romeo and Juliet (the movie) Think of 5 things that stood out to you as being important about the film or different from the play W E D N E S DAY , 9 M AY 2 0 1 8

D LT: W I L D C AT S W I L L D E M O N S T R AT E M A S T E RY O F E X P O S I T O RY W R I T I N G . FYI: If you dont finish the Lark and Nightingale analysis by the end of the period, please complete it tonight for homework; well check it first thing tomorrow! Make sure you keep up with grades and assignments. If

youve been absent or have missing grades, please be sure you complete all make-up work. DICAPRIO VERSION: ACT III Closure: https://www.amazon.com/Romeo-Juliet-Leonardo-DiCaprio/dp/B000I9X7M6/ref=sr_1_2?s=movi es-tv&ie=UTF8&qid=1525865018&sr=1-2&keywords=romeo+and+juliet CLOSURE: LARK AND NIGHTINGALE

Pick up a copy of the Lark and Nightingale exchange between Romeo and Juliet in Act III. Read, annotate, and answer the questions on the back. Finish for HWits for a daily grade! TIMED WRITING SET-UP: 1.Silence all cell phones. 2.Secure all belongings under your desk. 3.Well go over the directions after everyone has a copy.

PUT YOUR HOMEWORK IN THE TRAY T H U R S DAY , 1 0 M AY 2 0 1 8 D LT: W I L D C A T S W I L L R E A D A N D A N A LY Z E D R A M AT I C L I T E R AT U R E .

FYI: Sometime today, check home access center to double check that you are not missing ANY assignments. If you are, make plans to stay after next week. PARTS OF AN ESSAY H Hook: O One explaining sentence: T Thesis:

P Point: E Example: E Explain: L Link: R Review: R Restate: DISTRICT TIMED WRITING You have one period to write a coherent, correctly formatted essay.

4: Clear, well-written introduction and thesis; strong, relevant examples(s) & explanation(s); R&R conclusion; and no significant grammar errors throughout 3: Clear introduction and thesis; relevant example(s) & explanation(s); R&R conclusion; and few significant grammar errors throughout 2: Evidence of introduction and thesis; unclear example(s) & explanation(s); weak conclusion; and/or several significant grammar errors 1: Missing or weak introduction and thesis; irrelevant or

unfocused example(s) & explanation(s); missing or weak F R I D AY W A R M U P : 3 - C O L U M N C H A RT Directions: Create a three column chart in your composition book and fill it in with at least 3 details per column related to the film versions of Act III. DiCaprio Version Only Both

Zeffirelli Version Only WARM UP: ACT IV TERMS Read the definitions on your vocabulary handout (Act IV Terms) and use the word bank below to fill in the blanks. Dismal Wayward Pensive

Vial Loathsome Enjoined WARM UP: ACT III TERMS pensive (adj) deeply thoughtful vial

(noun) a small bottle for medicine or other liquids enjoined (verb) instructed, ordered, or urged to do something wayward (adj) difficult to control; headstrong or stubborn

dismal (adj) causing gloom or misery loathsome (adj) disgusting or detestable; extremely unlikable F R I DAY ,

1 1 M AY 2 0 1 8 D LT: W I L D C AT S W I L L R E A D A N D A N A LY Z E D R A M AT I C L I T E R AT U R E . FYI: Make sure you keep up with grades and assignments. If youve been absent or have missing grades, please be sure you complete all make-up work.

READ ACT IV, SCENES I & II: Guiding Questions: Explain the dramatic irony in the lines between Juliet and Paris. Describe Juliets tone in her monologue on p. 897 and provide at least 3 pieces of text evidence to support your answer. What are the details of Friar Lawrences plan? Thursday

Explain Juliets reaction to the plan and identify the thematic idea highlighted by her reaction. Why does Lord Capulet make his decision? How might this decision complicate the plot? Name at least three characters who act in haste in scenes i and ii, describe their actions, and explain the reason behind their actions. READ ACT IV, SCENES I & II: ANSWER DISCUSSION QUESTIONS

CLOSURE: 212 EXIT TICKET 2: Write two quotes that reveal Juliets plan to avoid marriage to Paris. 1: What is the best word you can think of to describe Juliets plan? 2: List two quotes that show Capulet has had enough of Juliets foolishness and that she will marry Paris whether she wants to or not.

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