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Response to Marking - Shared Sonnet PPT


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Response to Marking - Shared Sonnet PPT

  1. 1. Homework – Spelling test 1. Vulnerable 2. Goddess 3. Sacred 4. Embarrass 5. Emphasise 6. Journey 7. Travelled 8. Destiny 9. Implies 10. Connotes Test on Thursday 14th April
  2. 2. Response to Marking Romeo and Juliet – Shared Sonnet 11/4/2016
  3. 3. 1. No contractions • It is a formal essay. You do not shorten words • Don’t = do not • Can’t = cannot • Isn’t = is not • It’s = it is
  4. 4. 2. Informal language • ‘…therefore she is an angel of some sorts’ • ‘…she doesn’t really know what to say after all that’ • ‘The word ‘holy’ itself shouts to me that...’ • These are sentences that would work when spoken, not written. Make sure you read your work back and check that it is acceptable in written form
  5. 5. 3. Write in the third person A. I know this from the phrase ‘holy shrine’ B. Juliet is seen as an extremely powerful figure because of the phrase ‘holy shrine’ • Which one is better? • Why?
  6. 6. 4. Identify word classes correctly • Noun • Verb • Adverb • Adjective • ‘Holy shrine’ • ‘Blushing pilgrims’
  7. 7. 5. Embed quotes • Including the phrase/quote into the sentence Romeo describes Juliet in complimentary terms. ‘Holy Shrine’ 1. Use an introductory or explanatory phrase, but not a complete sentence, separated from the quotation with a comma Romeo describes Juliet in very complimentary terms, as a ‘holy shrine’. 2. Make the quotation part of your own sentence without any punctuation. Romeo describes Juliet as a ‘holy shrine’ when they first meet at the Capulet’s ball.
  8. 8. 5. Embed quotes Task – Write 2 sentences to embed these quotes 1. ‘blushing pilgrims’ 2. ‘lest faith turn into despair’