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Yr10 set1 RandJ 11/3/08 Yr10 set1 RandJ 11/3/08 Presentation Transcript

  • Objectives:
    • To further explore Act One Scene One of the play
    • To consider the impact of Romeo and Juliet’s first meeting…
  • Adapting the scene:
    • This is your HWK task
    • How would you adapt this scene for the stage?
    • Explain each choice you make!!!!
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  • Reading: A1 Sc 5 Lines 1-
  • Shakespeare’s Imagery: LINK THE IMAGERY TO LINES FROM THE PLAY. TRY AND EXPLAIN THE IMPACT/EFFECT…
  • FEEDBACK!
  • DVD Clip: How does Luhrman effectively convey the spark of ‘true love’ between the characters in this scene?
  • Key aspects of this scene:
    • Romeo must show he is overwhelmed by Juliet’s beauty
    • Tybalt’s fury is a dramatic device to remind us of the conflict
    • Lover’ are isolated – how?
    • Harmony of thoughts
    • Their love is powerful
    • They are then brought back to ‘reality’
  • Closer language focus:
    • The shared sonnet
    • Lines 92-105
    • What is important about the language here?
    • What impact is it meant to have, and what does it show?
    • Why did Shakespeare choose to have his characters share a sonnet in this way?
    • Why would the imagery have been particularly powerful for Shakespeare’s audience?
  • Adapting the scene: What are your considerations?
    • Delivery of lines (tone, pitch, volume, pace)
    • Facial expression and gesture
    • Placement of actors and their movement on stage
    • Lighting and sound effects
    • Always justify your choices – what will be conveyed to the audience?