30 May 2013Do Now:Take out your script from last night, and do a close reading of Friar Lawrence’s speech at the beginning of Scene 3 (lines 130), similar to the close readings that we have been doing in class. What kinds of images does the Friar use? What is the effect of these images? How do they relate to the themes of the play?Kgotso! (Botswana, South Africa) In the last class, you examined the famous balcony scene from Romeo and Juliet. In todays class, we will continue to study the language of the play as we look at the remainder of Act 2.
Turn to a partner and discuss your annotations. Did your partner find anything in the text that you missed? Did you interpret anything differently?
Your group should:1. Prepare a summary of your lines2. Identify three examples of imagery in your group’s lines and discuss the impacts these images have on the audience or their relation to the themes of the play.3. Identify one line that their group thinks is most important and be prepared to defend their choice.Group 1: 2.4.135Group 2: 2.4.36100Group 3: 2.4.161217Group 4: 2.5.152Group 5: 2.5.5378Group 6: 2.6