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  1. 1. 6858001466850LAP 7 – ENGLISH 1 – Romeo and JulietFRANKLIN LEARNING CENTERMs. Rami | mkrami@philasd.org | 215.684.5916 | Room 31500LAP 7 – ENGLISH 1 – Romeo and JulietFRANKLIN LEARNING CENTERMs. Rami | mkrami@philasd.org | 215.684.5916 | Room 3156858003429000NAME: ___________________ Period: ______ Ms. Rami | mkrami@philasd.org | 215.684.5916 | Room 31500NAME: ___________________ Period: ______ Ms. Rami | mkrami@philasd.org | 215.684.5916 | Room 3156858006400800AbstractThis LAP will inform you about the major learning objectives that will be covered in class. This LAP does not include daily assignments. It merely serves as a guide for the student. 00AbstractThis LAP will inform you about the major learning objectives that will be covered in class. This LAP does not include daily assignments. It merely serves as a guide for the student. <br />Teacher: Ms. Rami<br />Subject: English 1<br />LAP #7<br />Course #: 1001<br />Title: Romeo and Juliet LAP<br />INTRODUCTION<br />Romeo and Juliet – timeless tale of love and loss. There is nothing scary or stressful about Shakespeare once you learn the key to unlocking and understanding his use of language. It is actually one of my favorite things about this play – the rich and complex use of language to convey ideas. Throughout this unit, you will not only become comfortable understanding the language but also get a chance to bring Romeo and Juliet to the 21st century. For some of you, this maybe your first experience with Shakespeare and I hope it is a great one. I look forward to our exploration together! <br />OBJECTIVES<br />Objectives:<br />Analyze informational text to understand historical, cultural, and linguistic context for a dramatic work<br />Analyze how dialogue develops characterization<br />Analyze characteristics of tragedy (complication)<br />Analyze elements of Shakespearean drama (blank verse and couplets, iambic pentameter, puns, aside, soliloquy, comic relief, tragedy, foil, and drama)<br />Complete major project to demonstrate application of the play in 21st Century <br />PA Standards:<br />1.3.11 Reading, analyzing, and interpreting literature.<br />1.1.11 B Analyze the use of literary elements by an author including characterization, setting, theme, point of view, tone and style.<br />1.6A Listening to Others.<br />1.6B Reading selections of literature.<br />1.6C Speak using skills appropriate to formal speech situations<br />1.6D Contribute to Discussions<br />Materials:<br />Holt, Elements of Literature/Third Course (Romeo and Juliet pp. 783-895)<br /> <br />Assessments:<br />In order to earn a credit for this LAP 8, you must complete the following:<br />All journal entries/preclass and classwork<br />CLASS PARTICIPATION IN ACTING THE PLAY OUT/READING OF THE PLAY (Objectives 1-4)<br />Act I, II, III, IV, V Reading Guides (Objectives 1-4)<br />Your choice of (1) Modern-Day Interpretation Project (Objective 5)<br />Name_______________________<br />Period._______________<br />ROMEO AND JULIET: Act I Reading and Study Guide - (Objectives 1-4)<br />Ms. Rami – English I<br />I. VOCABULARY: Be able to define the following words and understand them when they appear in <br /> the play.<br />adversary ___________________________________________________________<br />boisterous __________________________________________________________<br />nuptial _____________________________________________________________<br />II. LITERARY TERMS: Be able to define each term and apply each term to the play.<br />aside ____________________________________________________________________<br />Example: ____________________________________________________<br />blank verse ______________________________________________________________<br />characterization ___________________________________________________________<br />conflict ___________________________________________<br />External: 1. _______________ vs. ________________<br /> 2. _______________ vs. ________________<br /> 3. _______________ vs. ________________<br />Internal: 4. ________________ vs. ________________<br />Example: ________________________________________________________<br />couplet ______________________________________________________________________<br />epithet ______________________________________________________________________<br />figurative language ____________________________________________________________<br />Example: ________________________________________________________<br />foil _________________________________________________________________________<br />Example: ________________________________________________________<br />foreshadowing _______________________________________________________________<br />Example: ________________________________________________________<br />iambic meter _________________________________________________________________<br />iambic pentameter _____________________________________________________________<br />metaphor ____________________________________________________________________<br />Example: ________________________________________________________<br />simile _______________________________________________________________________<br />Example: ________________________________________________________<br />pun _________________________________________________________________________<br />Example: ________________________________________________________<br />III. Questions: answer the following questions.<br />Prologue:<br />1. In what city does this play take place?<br />2. Why are Romeo and Juliet called “star-cross’d lovers”?<br />Scene 1:<br />3. Who is fighting at the beginning of the first scene?<br />4. Who tries to break up the fighting?<br />5. What threat does the Prince make to Lord Montague and Lord Capulet?<br />6. Benvolio and Montague describe the way Romeo has been acting. What do they have to say about <br /> him?<br />7. Why is Romeo so sad? Explain.<br />8. What is Benvolio’s advice to Romeo?<br />Scene 2:<br />9. Why does Capulet think it will be easy for Montague and him to keep the peace?<br />10. What does Paris ask about Capulet?<br />11. What is Capulet’s first answer?<br />12. A bit later Capulet appears to change his mind about Paris’ question. What does he then tell Paris?<br />13. What problem does the servant have?<br />14. What is the name of the woman Romeo loves?<br />15. What do Romeo and Benvolio decide to do?<br />Scene 3:<br />16. How old is Juliet?<br />17. When Lady Capulet asks Juliet how she feels about marriage, what is Juliet’s answer?<br />18. Following Juliet’s answer, what does Lady Capulet then tell Juliet?<br />Scene 4:<br />19. According to Mercutio, who or what is Queen Mab, and what does she or it do?<br />20. What does Mercutio say about dreams?<br />21. What is Romeo’s mood at the end of this scene? Explain.<br />Scene 5:<br />22. What does Romeo think of Juliet the first time he sees her?<br />23. How does Tybalt recognize Romeo?<br />24. When Tybaltt is ready to seize Romeo and throw him out of the party, what does Capulet say to <br /> Tybalt?<br />25. Explain what the conversation is between Romeo and Juliet.<br />26. How does Romeo find out Juliet’s last name?<br />27. How does Juliet find out Romeo’s last name?<br />Name_______________________<br />Period._______________<br />ROMEO AND JULIET: Act II Reading and Study Guide - (Objectives 1-4)<br />Ms. Rami – English I<br />I. VOCABULARY: Be able to define the following words and understand them when they appear ion <br /> the play.<br />cunning _______________________________________________________________<br />vile __________________________________________________________________<br />predominant ____________________________________________________________<br />unwieldy ______________________________________________________________<br />II. LITERARY TERMS: Be able to define each term and apply each term to the play.<br />analogy: ____________________________________________________________________<br />Example: ____________________________________________________<br />imagery: _____________________________________________________________________<br />irony:________________________________________________________________________<br /> Example: ________________________________________________________<br />I. dramatic irony ________________________________________________________<br />Example: ________________________________________________________<br />II. situational irony ______________________________________________________<br />Example: _______________________________________________________<br />III. verbal irony: ________________________________________________________<br />Example: _______________________________________________________<br />monologue: __________________________________________________________________<br />oxymoron:____________________________________________________________________<br />Example: ________________________________________________________<br />Personification: ______________________________________________________________<br />Example: ________________________________________________________<br />Soliloquy: ____________________________________________________________________<br />III. Questions: answer the following questions.<br />Scene 1:<br />1. What does Mercutio say about “blind love”?<br />Scene 2:<br />2. When Juliet appears on her balcony, what does Romeo compare her to?<br />3. How does Juliet “speak, yet . . . [say] nothing”?<br />4. When Juliet leans her cheek on her hand, what does Romeo say?<br />5. Unaware of his presence, what does Juliet ask Romeo to say?<br />6. In a sentence or two, explain what Juliet says about names.<br />7. Juliet asks how Romeo got into her place. The orchard walls are high, and Romeo’s life would be in danger if her relatives were to find him there. What is Romeo’s response to these questions?<br />8. Why is Juliet embarrassed?<br />9. Juliet is going to send someone to Romeo on the following day for what purpose?<br />Scene 3:<br />10. What has friar Laurence been out gathering in his basket?<br />11. Explain lines 21-22: “Virtue itself turns vice, being misapplied,/And vice sometime by action dignified”?<br />12. When Friar Laurence sees Romeo, what comment does Friar Laurence make about seeing Romeo so early in the morning?<br />13. What does Friar Laurence mean when he says to Romeo, “Young men’s love then lies not truly in their hearts, but in their eyes?<br />14. Friar Laurence agrees to perform the marriage ceremony for Romeo and Juliet for what reason?<br />Scene 4:<br />15. According to Mercutio, what kind of man is Tybalt?<br />16. What is the nurse saying to Romeo in lines 157 – 163?<br />17. How is Juliet to arrange to meet Romeo?<br />Scene 5:<br />18. The nurse is supposed to be gone only a half hour, but she is actually gone for how long?<br />19. How is the nurse behaving that is frustrating to Juliet?<br />Scene 6:<br />20. What does Friar Laurence mean when he says, “Therefore, love moderately; long love doth so”?<br />Name_______________________<br />Period._______________<br />ROMEO AND JULIET: Act III Reading and Study Guide - (Objectives 1-4)<br />Ms. Rami – English I<br />I. VOCABULARY: Be able to define the following words and understand them when they appear ion <br /> the play.<br />banishment _________________________________________________________________<br />dexterity ____________________________________________________________________<br />idolatry ____________________________________________________________________<br />reconcile ___________________________________________________________________<br />exile _______________________________________________________________________<br />fickle ______________________________________________________________________<br />gallant _____________________________________________________________________<br />II. LITERARY TERMS: Be able to define each term and apply each term to the play.<br />allusion: ____________________________________________________________________<br />Example: ____________________________________________________<br />climax: ____________________________________________________________________________<br />dramatic structure: ____________________________________________________________________<br />symbol: _____________________________________________________________________________<br />Example: ________________________________________________________<br />III. Questions: answer the following questions.<br />Scene 1:<br />1. At the beginning of the scene, why does Benvolio think that there will be a fight?<br />2. What does Mercutio accuse Benvolio of in lines 15-30?<br />3. When Tybalt and Mercutio first begin arguing, what does Benvolio try to them to do?<br />4. What does Tybalt call Romeo?<br />5. Why won’t Romeo fight Tybalt?<br />6. What does Mercutio think is the reason Romeo refuses to fight?<br />7. Why does Mercutio keep repeating, “A plague o’ both your houses”?<br />8. What does Romeo say that Juliet’s love has done to him?<br />9. Why does Romeo call himself “fortune’s fool”?<br />10. When Benvolio relates to the Prince what happened, what does he say Romeo tried to before Mercutio was <br /> killed?<br />11. What does Lady Capulet accuse Benvolio of? Why?<br />12. What is Romeo’s punishment for killing Tybalt?<br />Scene 2:<br />13. Why is Juliet so impatient for the nurse to return?<br />14. Describe Juliet’s rapidly changing attitudes toward Romeo in this scene.<br />15. What piece of news has upset Juliet the most?<br />16. What does the nurse promise to do?<br />Scene 3:<br />17. Explain Romeo’s reaction to the news of his banishment.<br />18. Romeo tells Friar Laurence that the priest cannot know or understand how Romeo feels. Why?<br />19. What argument does Friar Laurence use to prevent Romeo from killing himself?<br />20. What does the nurse give to Romeo?<br />Scene 4:<br />21. What does Capulet tell his wife to say to Juliet?<br />Scene 5:<br />22. As Romeo is preparing to leave Juliet, what argument does she use to convince him to stay?<br />23. Later, why does Juliet think Romeo should leave?<br />24. Just as Romeo is about to descend the rope ladder and leave Juliet, what does Juliet say about the way Romeo looks?<br />25. Why does Lady Capulet think Juliet is crying?<br />26. When Lady Capulet threatens to send someone to Mantua to poison Romeo, what does Juliet say?<br />27. After Lady Capulet breaks the news about Paris, what is Juliet’s response?<br />28. If Juliet’s mother does not arrange to delay the marriage, what will Juliet do?<br />29. What is Capulet’s reaction to Juliet’s threats?<br />30. What is the nurse’s advice to Juliet?<br />31. How does Juliet’s attitude toward the nurse change?<br />32. What “scheme” does Juliet devise to get rid of the nurse and to get out of the house?<br />Name____________________<br />Period.____________<br />ROMEO AND JULIET: Act IV Reading and Study Guide - (Objectives 1-4)<br />Ms. Rami – English I<br />I. VOCABULARY: Be able to define the following words and understand them when they <br /> appear in the play.<br />lament ________________________________________________________________________<br />shroud _________________________________________________________________________<br />dismal _________________________________________________________________________<br />vial ___________________________________________________________________________<br />loathsome _______________________________________________________________________<br />II. LITERARY TERMS: Be able to define each term and apply each term to the play.<br />protagonist: ____________________________________________________________________________<br />Example: __________________________________________________________________<br />antagonist: ____________________________________________________________________________<br />Example: __________________________________________________________________<br />III. QUESTIONS: answer the following questions.<br />Scene 1:<br />1. Why is Friar Laurence reluctant to marry Paris to Juliet?<br />2. How does Paris explain the sudden haste of the marriage plans?<br />3. What is ironic about the conversation between Juliet and Paris?<br />4. If Friar Laurence cannot help her, what does Juliet threaten to do?<br />5. Why does Friar Laurence think that Juliet will accept his plan?<br />6. Describe the friar’s plan for Juliet.<br />Scene 2:<br />7. What does Juliet say that makes her father happy?<br />8. How does Capulet change the wedding plans? What implication does this have?<br />Scene 3:<br />9. How does Juliet show her maturity and independence in this scene?<br />10. If the potion does not work, what will Juliet do?<br />11. What are some of the fears Juliet has about the potion?<br />Scene 4:<br />12. What is happening in this brief scene?<br />Scene 5:<br />1. Describe the imagery Shakespeare uses in describing Juliet’s “death”?<br />2. What does Friar Laurence say to comfort the Capulet family?<br />3. What even are the Capulets now preparing for?<br />Name____________________<br />Period.____________<br />ROMEO AND JULIET: Act V Reading and Study Guide - (Objectives 1-4)<br />Ms. Rami – English I<br />I. VOCABULARY: Be able to define the following words and understand them when they <br /> appear in the play.<br />ambiguity________________________________________________________________________<br />peruse _________________________________________________________________________<br />remnants ________________________________________________________________________<br />haughty ________________________________________________________________________<br />II. LITERARY TERMS: Be able to define each term and apply each term to the play.<br />motivation: ____________________________________________________________________________<br />theme: ____________________________________________________________________________<br />Example: __________________________________________________________________<br />III. QUESTIONS: answer the following questions.<br />Scene 1:<br />1. What news does Balthasar bring Romeo?<br />2. What does Romeo mean when he says, “Then I defy you, stars!”?<br />3. What actions does Balthasar’s news prompt Romeo to do?<br />Scene 2:<br />4. What does Friar John tell Friar Laurence?<br />5. After hearing this news from Friar John, what does Friar Laurence intend to do?<br />Scene 3:<br />6. Why is Paris at Juliet’s tomb?<br />7. Romeo gives Balthasar two reasons for entering the Capulet’s tomb. What are those two reasons?<br />8. Why does Paris think that Romeo has come to the tomb?<br />9. What is it about Juliet that should have told Romeo that she was not dead?<br />10. Why doesn’t Friar Laurence stay in the tomb with Juliet after she awakens?<br />11. Why does Juliet kiss Romeo after he is dead?<br />12. When Montague first arrives on the scene, what does he tell those gathered?<br />13. Relate the events that lead to Romeo and Juliet’s death as they are told by Friar Laurence near the play’s end.<br />14. What information does Romeo’s letter give?<br />15. How do Montague and Capulet plan to honor the memories of their children?<br />Romeo and Juliet Project Choices: - Choose One<br />Headline News Story<br />Write news story after each act of the play. Be sure to publish it like a newspaper story. <br />You may also record a news story after each act of the play. This will take serious commitment after class in terms of writing a script, staging a newsroom and recording your news report. For serious students with an interest in drama and journalism. <br /><ul><li>Blog as one of the characters in the play.</li></ul>Publish series of blog entries as one of the characters in the play. Include your thoughts on the events in the play. You must produce at least 10 entries of lengthy paragraphs.<br />For students with interest in writing and publishing.<br /><ul><li>Podcasting</li></ul>Rewrite a monologue or dialogue from the text as a podcast. Record your project as an audio file, be sure to include background sounds and music. (out of class time required)<br />For student with interest in recording, producing, drama.<br /><ul><li>Playlist</li></ul>Choose one of the characters from the text and create a playlist that character would have on his/her ipod. Invent the name of the playlist and create a list of the songs, artist and the albums the song came from. Burn a cd and provide playlist information along with why you chose this song for this particular moment in the play. <br />For student with interest in music, recording.<br /><ul><li>Reality TV Show</li></ul>Rewrite a scene from the play as a scene from your favorite reality TV show. Write a transcript for the scene. For extra-credit film it (outside class time will be needed.)<br />For students with interests in film, TV production.<br /><ul><li>Create a scrapbook </li></ul>For one of your characters create a scrapbook; include poems, artwork, awards, newspaper articles, pictures, etc. (10 pages minimum.)<br />For students with interest in art.<br /><ul><li>Research the risks of Teen Suicide</li></ul>Research the topic of teen suicide – what are the common causes, what the statistics, what are the warning signs, how can you help? (3-4 page essay)<br />For students with interest in health (mental) science.<br />Name ___________________________________Block __________Date _____________<br />Options in the Multiple Intelligences<br />Unit: English 9 ~ Romeo & Juliet<br />Select one activity from each of the eight intelligences to include in your portfolio. Identify the best three that you want to be assessed for their high quality and complex content. Place the three for assessment in the front of the portfolio. Shaded areas include information sheet. <br />Bodily / KinestheticIntrapersonalInterpersonalMusical /RhythmicVerbal /LinguisticVisual /SpatialLogical /MathematicalNaturalistReenact the Balcony Scene (Act 2, Scene 2).Simulate the Pilgrims and Saints dance from the Capulet party.Reenact the sword fight in which Mercutio is slain (Act 3, Scene 1, Lines 1-119).Write a five-paragraph essay about a moment(s) in your life when you were really frightened.Compile a list of all things you would rather do than meet or marry someone not of your own choice. Try to follow the rhythms of Juliet’s speech. Explain how you would feel if your parent’s selected your mate.With a partner devise a plan to teach 8th graders about Shakespeare’s language.In a group of 3 produce a video that outlines Shakespeare’s life and works according to research. With a partner, design a replica of the Globe Theatre.Select 3 songs you could add to R&J. Give reasons for selection, where they will be performed in the play, and which character(s) would sing them. You may write your own songs.Set Act Two Prologue to a rhythm and produce an audio tape of the performance.Compile a CD of ten songs that reflect R&J themes.In a group of 3, produce an audio tape of a choral reading of the Prologue to Act One.Write a poem 8 to 10 lines in length in iambic pentameter.Create a diary for a character of your choice. In a group of 4, stage a debate about whether Juliet should marry Romeo or Paris. Support arguments with evidence from the play. Design a male and female costume for this play.Block a scene of the play.Illustrate the events of an act of your choice from the play.Design a movie poster for R&J. Your poster should symbolize what you think is important about the language and the themes of the play.Write a plot outline of the events of one of the acts of R&J. Separate into scenes. Classify the characters of the play by family and association in a chart.Investigate the marriage customs of Renaissance Verona or England and plan a 15th or 16th century wedding. Compile a minimum of 10 Renaissance recipes and clip art for a miniature cookbook that the Capulets’ servants could have used.<br />

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