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Rj act1scene5 reg with foil
Rj act1scene5 reg with foil
Rj act1scene5 reg with foil
Rj act1scene5 reg with foil
Rj act1scene5 reg with foil
Rj act1scene5 reg with foil
Rj act1scene5 reg with foil
Rj act1scene5 reg with foil
Rj act1scene5 reg with foil
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  • 1. Act I Scene V Ms. Marshall 8th grade English
  • 2. Act 1 Scene 5: Foil Characters (1) December 16, 2011
    • Warm up: What literary terms do you know to talk about characters? Explain each one.
    • Today’s objective is to define a foil character, create our own paper foils, and identify and explain pairs of foil characters in Romeo and Juliet in writing.
    105
  • 3. Literary Terms
    • Dynamic/Static
    • Direct/Indirect characterization
    • Protagonist
    • Antagonist
    • Hero
  • 4. Foil Character (copy)
    • A character in a work whose behavior and values contrast with those of another character in order to highlight the distinctive temperament of that character (usually the protagonist).
    105
  • 5. My Character Traits Outgoing Happy Energetic Shy Sad Lazy 105 My Character Traits My Non-Character Traits
  • 6. Directions to creating your foil character
        • Complete chart on page 105 in your spiral on your character/non-character traits.
        • Glue the piece of foil to the back of your person pattern.
        • Cut the person pattern out.
        • Decorate the paper side of your person to show the character traits.
        • Decorate the foil side of your person to show the non-character traits.
        • Glue into your spiral on page 105 by the feet.
    106
  • 7. Who’s Whose Foil? 106 Homework Character Foil Explanation Romeo Tybalt Lady Capulet
  • 8. Act 1 Scene 5: Foil Characters 2 December 19, 2011
    • Warm up: Think about what has happened so far in Romeo and Juliet. What do you think will happen in the last scene of Act I? Why do you think this?
    • Today’s objective is to read Act 1 Scene 5, write a personal response to the literature, and discuss foil characters.
    106 (under Foil Chart)
  • 9. Personal Response
    • What are your thoughts and feelings about Romeo and Juliet’s meeting? What about Tybalt?
    106
  • 10. Homework
    • Act 1 Study Guide #5,6, and 9
    • #10 is extra Credit

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