22 March 2012 Om swastyastu! (Balinese, Bali) Today we will examine two versions of the turning point of the play, examining the direction and actors’ portrayal in each. Pay special attention as you will be asked to present a scene from Shakespeare soon enough....Acting companies will be created in tomorrow’s class!Do Now: 33. as the fray continued people started getting hurt and everyone had forgotten what had started the fight. oh juliet moaned romeo
Journal:Why is Act III, Scene 1 a turning point in the play? How do the characters change in this scene (Romeo, Mercutio, Tybalt)? What causes this shift in your opinion?
Why is he behaving in this way? Character How is he behaving? What is his motivation?RomeoMercutioTybaltBenvolio
Romeo Mercutio TybaltHOW does the character BEHAVE? (visual and vocal delivery)WHYdoes the character BEHAVE this way?What CAUSES the SHIFT in behavior?HOW does the characters behavior CHANGE?WHY the character BEHAVE in this NEW WAY?
How does the director signal a change in the mood of the scene? Consider any changes in set, props, costumes, music and other sounds, lighting, and editing.
Journal: Which film version more powerfully conveys the seriousness of “fireeyed fury.” Be sure to provide textual support and reflective commentary.
Quiz: 1. Vocabulary from Unit 4 in orange book, plus Do Now vocabulary 2. Identify the error in a sentence (grammar) 3. Romeo and Juliet (review your study guides)Exit Journal:Considering how each of the characters react to the killings in Act III, do you think this is a fair punishment for the crime? Why or why not? What would you have done if you were the Prince?
HomeworkFinish reading Act III, Scene 13Work on Study Guide for Act IIIStudy for Quiz on FridayUM 2.10 Missing Pieces Assignment (due Monday)
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