Tuesday July 26, 2011 Hubbs Center - ELL 7 Agenda and Objectives
Today’s Objectives:• We will use what we know about grammar and spelling to help us rewrite 2 incorrect sentences.• We will discuss how “cause” and “effect” relate to Romeo and Juliet.• We will define and share ideas about new vocabulary words for Act 3.• We will read Act 3, Scene 4.• We will summarize what we have read in Act 3 using a word splash.
Sentence Error Correction• because romeo murdering tybalt; the prince of verona say romeo need to goes into exile• the nurse love juliet and wanting her to bee happy so she helping romeo and juliet getting marrie
Cause and Effect • Cause = • Effect = – Ask the question “Why did this happen?”Cause: Effect:1. He studied for his test. 1. He got an A on his test.2. She woke up late this morning. 2. She was late to work.3. The stoplight turned red. 3. The cars stopped. Words that connect cause and effect: because, so, as a result, since, therefore
Find your match: Cause and Effect1. You will get a card with either a cause or an effect.2. You need to walk around until you find someone whose card is the cause or effect of your card.3. Then, sit down with the person whose card is the cause or effect of yours.• Example: – Cause: My alarm rang in the morning. – Effect: I woke up.
Cause and Effect: Romeo and Juliet1. I will hand out cards with important events from Romeo and Juliet so far.2. Work together with your partner to think about what the cause and effect of your event was in the story.3. Write 2 sentences to explain how the events are related.• Example: – Romeo was sad about being rejected by Rosaline, so his friends convinced him to go to Capulet’s party. – Because Romeo went to Capulet’s party, he met and fell in love with Juliet.
Let’s read: Act 3, Scene 4 Read to Scene 5, page 65Capulets Montagues NeitherSampson Abraham PrinceGregory BalthasarTybalt BenvolioLord and Lady CapuletJuliet Lord and Lady MontagueNurse RomeoServant MercutioParisRosalineCousin Capulet
Act 3 - Word Splash• What are the most important events and themes from Act 3 so far?
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