Romeo and Juliet
FRESHMAN ENGLISH 9
Freshman English Agenda
Introduction to Unit
•Anticipatory Set
•Philosophical Chairs
•Journal
Anticipatory Set: Philosophical
Chairs
Anticipatory Set: Philosophical
Chairs
Instructions:
◦ You will read a statement.
◦ After reading the statement, move to t...
Anticipatory Set: Philosophical
Chairs
The punishment for murder should always be death.
Anticipatory Set: Philosophical
Chairs
Teenagers can’t understand what true love really is.
Anticipatory Set: Philosophical
Chairs
Killing someone in revenge for killing a close friend
of yours is okay.
Anticipatory Set: Philosophical
Chairs
Good friends should stick together at all times no
matter how wrong a friend may be.
Anticipatory Set: Philosophical
Chairs
Parents should make the decisions about their
children’s lives.
Anticipatory Set: Philosophical
Chairs
It is possible to fall in love at first sight.
Anticipatory Set: Philosophical
Chairs
Telling lies or hiding the truth is acceptable for the
right reasons.
Anticipatory Set: Philosophical
Chairs
Family feuds only affect adults.
Anticipatory Set: Philosophical
Chairs
There are times when arranged marriage is
appropriate.
Journal:
Now, choose the topic you felt most strongly about and write a
paragraph convincing me of your point of view.
Journal:
Now, choose the topic you felt most strongly about and write a
paragraph convincing me of your point of view.
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Romeo and Juliet Anticipatory Set

  1. 1. Romeo and Juliet FRESHMAN ENGLISH 9
  2. 2. Freshman English Agenda Introduction to Unit •Anticipatory Set •Philosophical Chairs •Journal
  3. 3. Anticipatory Set: Philosophical Chairs
  4. 4. Anticipatory Set: Philosophical Chairs Instructions: ◦ You will read a statement. ◦ After reading the statement, move to the appropriate side of the room, “agree” or “disagree.” ◦ Each side will take turns sharing opinions and rationales. When you share your opinion, you must summarize the point made by the person who spoke before you.
  5. 5. Anticipatory Set: Philosophical Chairs The punishment for murder should always be death.
  6. 6. Anticipatory Set: Philosophical Chairs Teenagers can’t understand what true love really is.
  7. 7. Anticipatory Set: Philosophical Chairs Killing someone in revenge for killing a close friend of yours is okay.
  8. 8. Anticipatory Set: Philosophical Chairs Good friends should stick together at all times no matter how wrong a friend may be.
  9. 9. Anticipatory Set: Philosophical Chairs Parents should make the decisions about their children’s lives.
  10. 10. Anticipatory Set: Philosophical Chairs It is possible to fall in love at first sight.
  11. 11. Anticipatory Set: Philosophical Chairs Telling lies or hiding the truth is acceptable for the right reasons.
  12. 12. Anticipatory Set: Philosophical Chairs Family feuds only affect adults.
  13. 13. Anticipatory Set: Philosophical Chairs There are times when arranged marriage is appropriate.
  14. 14. Journal: Now, choose the topic you felt most strongly about and write a paragraph convincing me of your point of view.
  15. 15. Journal: Now, choose the topic you felt most strongly about and write a paragraph convincing me of your point of view.

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