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Love and Friendship OGL. January 2014 Mrs. Demos. Thursday, January 2, 2014. Homework: Complete any work that needs to be done on the book kits. Objective: Students will develop knowledge of William Shakespeare. Drill: Complete the first two columns of the KWL chart. - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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Love and Friendship OGL

Love and FriendshipOGLJanuary 2014Mrs. DemosThursday, January 2, 2014Homework: Complete any work that needs to be done on the book kits.Objective: Students will develop knowledge of William Shakespeare.Drill: Complete the first two columns of the KWL chart. What do you know about Shakespeare?What do you want to know about Shakespeare?Monday, January 6, 2014After school help tomorrow. Permission slip needed.Homework: The packet and paragraph are due Friday, January 10.Objective: Students will cite the textual evidence that most strongly supports an analysis of what the text says explicitly as well as inferences drawn from the text.Drill: Put your name on the packet and begin reading over the directions.Tuesday, January 7, 2014Period 4Homework: The packet and paragraph are due Friday, January 10.Objective: Students will cite the textual evidence that most strongly supports an analysis of what the text says explicitly as well as inferences drawn from the text.Drill: Put your name on the packet. Read over the new packet. We are going old school because of the internet issues.Tuesday, January 7, 2014

Homework: The packet and paragraph are due Friday, January 10.Objective: Students will cite the textual evidence that most strongly supports an analysis of what the text says explicitly as well as inferences drawn from the text.Drill: Sit with your 2:00 partner go over the packet. Make sure you have divided up the work.

Wednesday, January 8, 2014

Homework: The packet and paragraph are due Friday, January 10.Objective: Students will cite the textual evidence that most strongly supports an analysis of what the text says explicitly as well as inferences drawn from the text.Drill: What are some skills you should do when preparing to read an informational text?

Wednesday, January 8, 2014Period 5,6Homework: The packet and paragraph are due Friday, January 10.Objective: Students will cite the textual evidence that most strongly supports an analysis of what the text says explicitly as well as inferences drawn from the text.Drill: Sit with your partner or group, go over the packet. Make sure you have correct answers and complete sentences.

Thursday, January 9, 2014Homework: The packet and paragraph are due Friday, January 10. Objective: Students will examine the parts of a play and elements Shakespeares dramaWarm-up: List 3 ways a page of a play might be different from a page in a novel. Consider elements such as appearance and structure.

Why dont we just dive in?

Shakespearean Language Oath On this day, January 9th, 2014, I solemnly swear that I will become comfortable with Shakespeares language. Although I may get frustrated and want to cry, I will trust Mrs. Demos and Ms. McCordics guidance and try my very best to learn the language of Shakespeare.

What does a pageof a play look like?

Shakespearean Drama Elements

What kind of plays did Shakespeare write?Two major types:Tragedies & Comedies

The Globe Theater was located onthe bank of the river Thames in London, England

The signal that a play was to be performed was a flag over the Globe.Black=Tragedy; White=Comedy; Red=History

How Long are Shakespeares Plays? Shakespeare followed the Greek play format developed by Sophocles. His plays consist of 5 ActsEach Act has about 3-5 scenesThe following describe the contents of each act in a Tragedy

14Wait, how many acts in a Shakespeare play?!

Yay!Now lets learn what generally happens in each act!Act I: ExpositionIntroduction of the setting, characters, and beginning of a conflict to the audience.

16Act II: Rising ActionComplication of the course of the action.

Interests clash, romantic gestures are made, enemies surface, and tensions are high. Momentum builds.

17Act III: Climax of the ActionDevelopment of the conflict reaches its high or turning point.Ex. Hero stands at the crossroads, leading to either victory or defeat, crashing or soaring.

18ACT IV: Falling ActionConsequences of Act III play out, momentum (speed) slows, and tension is heightened by false hopes/fears.There is still hope for the hero.

19Act V: Catastrophe/ResolutionThe main conflict is resolved. This can come about through: a catastrophe, the downfall of the hero, or the heros victory and transfiguration (complete change in character for the better)

20Tragedy is a form of drama, consisting of a t_________ h______ who must have certain traits: - He is a n________ figure - He has a t_________ f________ - He learns his l______ through it all

The audience feels c________________ after a tragedy.Tragedy Recap21Tragedy is a form of drama, consisting of a tragic hero who must have certain traits: - He is a noble figure - He has a tragic flaw - He learns his lesson through it all

The audience feels catharsis after a tragedy.Tragedy Recap22Friday, January 10, 2014Homework: Play Page Handout Due MondayObjective: Students will write using the text to support a thesis.

Drill: Take out your stations and paragraph.Make sure all of your stations are complete. Proof read your paragraph.Monday, January 13, 2014Homework: All late or missing work due Wednesday, January 15.Quiz on ThursdayObjective: Students will learn about word order and meter in Shakespeares language.Drill: Do your best to paraphrase this line from Romeo and Juliet.Romeo: Shall I hear more, or shall I speak at this?(Act II:ii:36)Monday, January 13, 2014Homework: Review vocabulary/ Quiz on Friday.Late and missing work due Wednesday, January 15.Objective: Students will learn academic vocabulary needed for the Love and Friendship Unit.Drill: Write one example for each kind of feeling.

Love between friendsSense of being in loveLove of familyUnconditional loveTypes of LoveThere are different styles and forms of expressing love, which apply to the different relationships in our lives. To describe these different styles of love, the Ancient Greeks formulated terms and definitions. Eros, storge, philia and agape are four Greek terms which attempt to clarify some of the ways we feel and express love.

Philia- love between friends

Eros- sense of being in love

Storge- love of family

Agape- is unconditional love

Philia-love between friendsLean On Me VideoListen: What can we derive from our friendships?Big Bang Theory Friend AlgorithimWhat does Sheldon discover about friendship?What makes Sheldon and Lenard friends?Why are you friends with Sheldon?

Eros-sense of being in love"Stereo Hearts" By Gym Class HeroesHow do we know there is a sense of love now?

What does Wolowitz say about his love for Bernadette?Wolowitz sings to BernadetteStorge-love of familyFamily Matters opening theme songHow does this TV show Family Matters demonstrate love of family? What is happening to Gru?Good Night KittensGood Night Kisses

Agape-unconditional love"Unconditionally" By Katy PerryHow does Katy Perry describe unconditional love?What do you think?Movie: UP (Carl and Ellie's story)

What do you think?Mary Cassatt: Mother and Child Series

What do you think?Beauty and the Beast

Tuesday, January 14, 2014Homework: All work due tomorrow.Quiz on Friday 1/17Objective: Students will explore Shakespeares language and poetry.

Drill: Explain why Carl and Ellis story from the movie Up is and example of Agape love.Agenda: Shakespeare Language, Pirate, Vocabulary for quiz.Drama TermsAside: part of the actors lines not heard by others on stage, intended only for the audience.Monologue: speech by one character that gives information to other actors and audience.Soliloquy: character talks to himself/herself relating thoughts or feelings for the audience. Other characters do not hear this speech.