Priority List: 4/24 – April 4/28

We’re in the home stretch, Monarchs!

Click on the title of this post to see your priority list for the week. The English 9 priority list is first, and the English 10 priority list is second. Remember: if you are absent, I expect you to refer to this priority list for your make-up work! Be sure to get your work turned in within two days of your return to class. If you missed a quiz, email me at kelly.dutro@aps.edu to make an appointment to make up your quiz during lunch or after school.

English 9

Essential Question: How might literature influence society’s attitude about love and fate?

Monday, 4/24: Conceptual Analogies

Today we will discuss the prop list for the Director’s Notebook Assignment by writing conceptual analogies using the frame below:

Abstract concept is like prop because reason one, reason two, and reason three.

You will create an abstract concept meme using the app Typorama on the iPads.

Tuesday and Wednesday, 4/25-4/26: Act II

Romeo and Juliet Act II Dialectical Journal

  • Essential Question: How does Shakespeare use imagery and poetic devices to create tone in act II of Romeo and Juliet?
  • Twelve entries total – two per scene

 

Thursday and Friday, 4/27-4/28: Act II Timed Writing

  • Using ONLY your dialectical journals, write an eleven sentence paragraph answering the essential question: How does Shakespeare use imagery and poetic devices to create tone in act II of Romeo and Juliet?

 

English 10

Essential Question: What role does literature play in the examination of recurring social issues?

Monday, 4/24: Othello Act I Scene i

Othello Act I Dialectical Journal

  • Essential Question: How does Shakespeare use characterization to introduce the plot of the play?
  • Nine entries total – three per scene

Tuesday and Wednesday, 4/25-4/26: Othello Finish Act I

Continue your dialectical journal from yesterday as we read the rest of Act I.

Thursday and Friday, 4/27-4/28: Othello Act II

Othello Act II Dialectical Journal

  • Essential Question: How does Shakespeare use dramatic irony to highlight the themes of the play?
  • Nine entries total – three per scene

 

 

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