Yr10 set1 RandJ 21/4/08
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Yr10 set1 RandJ 21/4/08 Yr10 set1 RandJ 21/4/08 Presentation Transcript

  • Objectives:
    • To further explore Act One Scene One of the play
    • To be able to write an effective coursework essay…
  • Today:
    • A chance to draft your essay
    • I don’t want to leave it all for HWK – I’m not convinced all of you will handle this effectively
    • You WILL be completing this first draft for HWK this week, and submitting it on FRIDAY 25 APRIL!!!
    • Take advantage of this opportunity; you will then have less work to do at home!
  • Exploration of the dramatic qualities of the Prologue Analysis of opening scene; impact of Servants’ language; how the fight develops; exploration of Tybalt and Benvolio Ways to adapt this first scene effectively Analysis of the language devices and effect in the scene between Romeo and Benvolio; discuss what we learn about Romeo Impressions formed about Juliet; dramatic importance of this. Close focus on the dramatic devices and structure of Act 1 Sc5 Exploration of the poetic language between Romeo and Juliet in Act1 Sc5 and ‘balcony scene’ Discussion of ways to adapt the prologue for maximum dramatic effect View slide
  • Tomorrow:
    • Speaking & Listening: Drama focus
    • A short scripted scene, inspired by an actual scene from the play
    • May extend or develop a scene
    • Could be ‘before’ events of the play, or ‘after’
    • Might be a ‘hidden scene’; something referred to but not seen
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