DRAMA TEKS
• explain how dramatic conventions (e.g.,
monologues, soliloquies, dramatic irony)
enhance dramatic text.[4A]
B...
Introduction to Romeo & Juliet
• Orientation Presentation, including video
trailer (online)
Act 1
Scene 1
Pp. 1038 – 1046
Act 1, Scene 1: Pre-Read
• Consider the Big Question, p. 1034
Prologue
• Close-read the Prologue — p. 1038
Prologue
• Prologue (Video Clip: Baz Lehrman)
• Prologue (Video Clip: Franco Zefferelli)
Act 1, Scene 1: Pre-Read
• Read the Overviewof Act 1 — p. 1035
• Study the cast of characters — p. 1036
• Preview Act 1, S...
Act 1, Scene 1: Vocabulary
• Augment
• Adversary
• Chaste
• Exquisite
• Forfeit
• Grievance
• Pernicious
Act 1, Scene 1: Literary Elements
• Scene 1 contains examples of these elements:
• Character Development
• Dialogue
• Pun
...
Act 1, Scene 1: Video
• Act 1 fight scene
Act 1, Scene 1: Close Read Lines
• 36 – 75 — The street fight
• 76 – 98 — Prince’s speech to the
families after the fight
...
Act 1, Scene 1: Questions
• QUESTION to answer on notebook paper:
• Why does Shakespeare begin the play with an
action-pac...
Act 1
Scene 2, pp. 1046 – 1049
Act 1, Scene 2: Literary Elements
• Scene 1 contains examples of these elements:
• Character development
• Metaphor
• Foil
Act 1, Scene 2: Close Read Lines
• 1 – 34, pp. 1046 – 1047
Act 1, Scene 2: Questions
• QUESTION to answer on notebook paper:
• How would you feel about being asked/told to
marry at ...
Act 1
Scene 3
pp. 1049 – 1053
Act 1, Scene 3: Literary Elements
• Scene 3 contains examples of these elements:
• Character development
• Foil
Act 1, Scene 3: Close Read Lines
• 63 – 66, p. 1052
• 79 – 81, p. 1052
• 95 – 99, p. 1052
Act 1, Scene 3: Activity
• Analyze the nurse's speech for information on
Juliet's background
• Create a T chart (foil char...
Act 1
Scene 4
pp. 1053 – 1057
Act 1, Scene 4: Literary Elements
• Scene 1 contains examples of these elements:
• Character development
• Pun
Act 1, Scene 4: Close Read Lines
• 63 – 66
• 79 – 81
• 95 – 99
Act 1, Scene 4: Activity
• Identify and analyze the imagery in Mercuito's
Queen Mab speech
Act 1
Scene 5
pp. 1057 – 1062
Act 1, Scene 4: Vocabulary
• Scene 1 contains examples of these elements:
• Purge
• Polemnity
• Sirrah
Act 1, Scene 4: Literary Elements
• Character development
• Tone
• Sonnet
• Foreshadowing
Act 1, Scene 4: Close Read Lines
• 38 – 90
• 91 – 144
Act 1, Scene 4: Activity
• Applied Practice Reading 2 (attachment)
Act 1 Post-Read
• Studentswrite a short summaryof the action in Act I.
• Onnotebook paper, answer the followingQuestions:
...
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  1. 1. DRAMA TEKS • explain how dramatic conventions (e.g., monologues, soliloquies, dramatic irony) enhance dramatic text.[4A] Based on Holt McDougal Literature Grade 9, Unit 10 2
  2. 2. Introduction to Romeo & Juliet • Orientation Presentation, including video trailer (online)
  3. 3. Act 1 Scene 1 Pp. 1038 – 1046
  4. 4. Act 1, Scene 1: Pre-Read • Consider the Big Question, p. 1034
  5. 5. Prologue • Close-read the Prologue — p. 1038
  6. 6. Prologue • Prologue (Video Clip: Baz Lehrman) • Prologue (Video Clip: Franco Zefferelli)
  7. 7. Act 1, Scene 1: Pre-Read • Read the Overviewof Act 1 — p. 1035 • Study the cast of characters — p. 1036 • Preview Act 1, Scene 1 — pp. 1038 – 1048 – Read the synopsis at the beginning – Read the Margin Notes throughout the scene
  8. 8. Act 1, Scene 1: Vocabulary • Augment • Adversary • Chaste • Exquisite • Forfeit • Grievance • Pernicious
  9. 9. Act 1, Scene 1: Literary Elements • Scene 1 contains examples of these elements: • Character Development • Dialogue • Pun • Imagery • Couplet • Oxymoron
  10. 10. Act 1, Scene 1: Video • Act 1 fight scene
  11. 11. Act 1, Scene 1: Close Read Lines • 36 – 75 — The street fight • 76 – 98 — Prince’s speech to the families after the fight • 111 – 150 — Benvolio & Montague’s conversation about Romeo’s sadness • 155 – 234 — Benvolio questions Romeo about his sadness
  12. 12. Act 1, Scene 1: Questions • QUESTION to answer on notebook paper: • Why does Shakespeare begin the play with an action-packed scene?
  13. 13. Act 1 Scene 2, pp. 1046 – 1049
  14. 14. Act 1, Scene 2: Literary Elements • Scene 1 contains examples of these elements: • Character development • Metaphor • Foil
  15. 15. Act 1, Scene 2: Close Read Lines • 1 – 34, pp. 1046 – 1047
  16. 16. Act 1, Scene 2: Questions • QUESTION to answer on notebook paper: • How would you feel about being asked/told to marry at age thirteen? Why? What advice would you give Romeo?
  17. 17. Act 1 Scene 3 pp. 1049 – 1053
  18. 18. Act 1, Scene 3: Literary Elements • Scene 3 contains examples of these elements: • Character development • Foil
  19. 19. Act 1, Scene 3: Close Read Lines • 63 – 66, p. 1052 • 79 – 81, p. 1052 • 95 – 99, p. 1052
  20. 20. Act 1, Scene 3: Activity • Analyze the nurse's speech for information on Juliet's background • Create a T chart (foil characters)
  21. 21. Act 1 Scene 4 pp. 1053 – 1057
  22. 22. Act 1, Scene 4: Literary Elements • Scene 1 contains examples of these elements: • Character development • Pun
  23. 23. Act 1, Scene 4: Close Read Lines • 63 – 66 • 79 – 81 • 95 – 99
  24. 24. Act 1, Scene 4: Activity • Identify and analyze the imagery in Mercuito's Queen Mab speech
  25. 25. Act 1 Scene 5 pp. 1057 – 1062
  26. 26. Act 1, Scene 4: Vocabulary • Scene 1 contains examples of these elements: • Purge • Polemnity • Sirrah
  27. 27. Act 1, Scene 4: Literary Elements • Character development • Tone • Sonnet • Foreshadowing
  28. 28. Act 1, Scene 4: Close Read Lines • 38 – 90 • 91 – 144
  29. 29. Act 1, Scene 4: Activity • Applied Practice Reading 2 (attachment)
  30. 30. Act 1 Post-Read • Studentswrite a short summaryof the action in Act I. • Onnotebook paper, answer the followingQuestions: – Thinkaboutasituationwheresomeonemadeastrongfirst impressiononyou.Whatwasyourreaction? – WhatseemstobeRomeo'simmediatereactionwhenhefirst seesJulietacrosstheroom? – WhatseemstobeJuliet'sreaction? – HowdoesTybaltreacttoRomeo'scrashingtheparty?
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