We will conclude our reading of Romeo and Shakespeare with class performances. You have been divided into small groups and will perform selected scenes from Acts 2-4. There is extra credit for those that memorize their lines and/or dress in costume for his or her character. As a class, you will evaluate your peers performances and offer suggestions for future performances. We will end our week with a discussion of whether or not Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet should be included in a 9th grade curriculum?
FREE Tutoring - Tuesdays and Thursdays from 3:45-5:00 pm in room 1002. You can work on missing assignments, prep for the EOCs and get clarity on confusing 9th Grade Lit skills. Don't miss out on this opportunity. Bus Transportation is available.
SUPER SATURDAY - If you missed our Super Saturday on October 20th, it is NOT TOO LATE. Please sign up for our next session on Saturday November 10, 2018 from 9:00 am to 12:00 noon. Use the following link: tinyurl.com/9thLitSuperSat
Monday: Bard’s Birthday/Rehearse Assigned scenes from Romeo and Juliet
Tuesday: Unpack Embedded Assessment/Performances of Selected Scenes of Romeo and Juliet
Wednesday: Foil Characters/Completing Romeo and Juliet
Thursday: Unit 3 Mid test/Emotional Rollercoaster/Exploration of Should Shakespeare be Taught in 9th Grade.
Friday: Timed Argumentative Essay: Should Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet be included in a 9th Grade Curriculum?
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