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Entry Title: Vocabulary for Act II, Scene II (Pages 73-83)
- New Baptized - given a new name
- Bescreened - hidden
- Counsel - secrets
- O'erperched - fly over
- Do Now - Vocabulary
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- Reminder: Raise your hand to speak!
- Quote - “The more that you read, the more things you will know. The more that you learn, the more places you'll go.” ― Dr. Seuss
- Today's Question: What literary elements does Shakespeare use to characterize Juliet in the balcony scene?
- Class Discussion: Which is better: showing someone you love them or telling them you love them?
- Mini-lesson - Review of literary elements (Metaphor, simile, personification).
- Guided Practice - Dramatic Reading of Act II, Scene 2.
- Assessment - Textual Analysis Worksheet.
- HW - Complete the Textual Analysis Worksheet
Review of Literary Terms
1. Metaphor - comparison of two unlike things.
2. Simile - comparison of two unlike things using the words "like" or "as".
3. Personification - giving human qualities to inanimate objects.