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R&J Act 1 lesson 2

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  • 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
  • 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 Overview of 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
  • 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
    Imagery
    Couplet
    Oxymoron
  • 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
    111 – 150 — Benvolio & Montague’s conversation about Romeo’s sadness
    155 – 234 — Benvolio questions Romeo about his sadness
  • Act 1, Scene 1: Questions
    QUESTION to answer on notebook paper:
    Why does Shakespeare begin the play with an action-packed scene?
  • 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 age thirteen? Why? What advice would you give Romeo?
  • 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 characters)
  • 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'sQueen Mabspeech
  • 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
    Students write a short summary of the action in Act I.
    On notebook paper, answer the following Questions:
    Think about a situation where someone made a strong first impression on you. What was your reaction?
    What seems to be Romeo's immediate reaction when he first sees Juliet across the room?
    What seems to be Juliet's reaction?
    How does Tybalt react to Romeo's crashing the party?