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  • 1. Act 2 Scene 3-4 Ms. Marshall-Krauss 8th Grade English 105
  • 2. Act 2 Scenes 3-4
    • Warm up: Besides writing in Early Modern English, what do you notice about Shakespeare’s use of language so far in the play?
    • Today’s objective is to read Act 2 Scene 3 (maybe 4), define figurative and poetic language techniques, and write examples from the text for each.
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  • 3. Shakespeare’s Language Skills Personification Giving human qualities to non-human objects Metaphor A comparison of unlike things (not using like or as) 105 Skill Definition Example
  • 4. Language Skills Continued… Simile A comparison of unlike things using like or as Classical Allusion A reference to ancient Greek or Roman mythology Skill Definition Example
  • 5. Language Skills Continued Reversed Word Reversing the word order of a compound word Reversed thought Reversing thoughts and ideas 105 Skill Definition Example
  • 6. Language Skills Continued Reversed sentence construction Reversing the order of a sentence Pun Using a word with two meanings in a humorous way. 105 Skill Definition Example
  • 7. Homework
    • Write a dialogue of two friends discussing a problem using some of the language Skills. You may use modern English. The dialogue should be at least ten lines long.
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  • 8. Reflection
    • How does the use of language Skills enhance the Friar’s speech?
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