Past Lessons

Wednesday, April 10, 2013

Wednesday's Class - Violent Delights

Things You Need for Class Today
  1. Pen or Pencil
  2. Composition Book and Ticket out the Door Worksheet
  3. Homework essay if not done in class yesterday
  4. Romeo and Juliet play

DO NOW - Read and Respond
Entry Title: Friar Lawrence's T-Shirt

Read:  "These violent delights have violent ends and in their triumph die, like fire and powder which as they kiss, consume."
                                                                               - Fr. Lawrence.

Respond: How might this quote from Friar Lawrence foreshadow future events in the play?

    1. Bellwork: Fr. Lawrence's T-Shirt
    2. Reminder: Rule #1: Follow directions quickly!
    3. Quote of the Week: “Wisdom.... comes not from age, but from education and learning.” ― Anton Chekhov
    4. Today's Question:  How does shakespeare foreshadow events that occur later in the play in today's scene?
    5. Mini-Lesson:  What might be a violent delight?  How does this quote reflect the idea of impetuousness discussed yesterday in class?
    6. Guided Practice:  Dramiatic reading of Act II Scene VI - Romeo and Julet are Married.
    7. Assessment: Answer the EQ on Ticket out the Door Worksheet.
    8. Homework: None.