and Romeo and Juliet!
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Entry Title: Foreshadowing
the use of words/phrases and hints that set the stage for a story to unfold and give the reader a hint of something that is going to happen without revealing the story or spoiling the suspense.
- Do Now - Entry on Foreshadowing
- Announcements: No bathroom passes. Please take care of your bathroom needs during your lunch, study hall or between classes!
- Go over Venn diagram for tomorrow's viewing of Romeo and Juliet.
- Today's Question: What are some ways Shakespeare uses verbal foreshadowing to hint at events that unfold later in the play?
- Mini-Lesson: 1) Review TREES essay structure. 2) Video lesson on foreshadowing!
- Try It: Re-read Romeo's monologue at the end of Act I scene V with a partner. Tell your partner how Shakespeare uses verbal foreshadowing to hint at events that will unfold later in the play.
- Get It: Foreshadowing essay.
- HW: TREES Essay on foreshadowing.