Class 826 HW 14-18 May 9-13

 HW 14 Copy each quote and answer the following:

a) identify the speaker     b) identify to whom he or she is speaking          c) explain what is happening in the play when the words are spoken        d) explain the meaning of the quote

1.              O, proper stuff

This is the very painting of your fear.

This is the air-drawn dagger which you said

Led you to Duncan.

2.             The time has been

That, when the brains were out, the man would die,

And there an end.  But now they rise again

With twenty mortal murders on their crowns

And push us from our stools.

3.    Thou hast it now-King Cawdor, Glamis, all

As the Weird Women promised, and I fear

Thou played’st most foully for’t.

May 9-13 HW 14- 18 Class 821

HW 14.   1) Finish Classwork        2) Read Act IV Scene i.  This is a very important scene!   Try to use all your senses to imagine the scene.

a) What sound do you hear?                 b) What does the scene look like?             c) What apparitions does Macbeth see?

3) Why is Macbeth disturbed by the apparition of thr Kings?

HW 15: no hw

HW 16: no hw

Class 826 May 5-6, 2011 HW 12, 13

Copy and answer in a complete sentence.

1. How does the mood change in  Scene iv?

2. How successful is Lady Macbeth in her attempts to save ehr husband from  giving himself away?

Friday May 6 HW 13

*Be sure to have Macbeth notebook and all handouts in class.  I will be checking notebooks (cw and hw) this Tuesday-Friday.

1. What were some similarities  and differences in the two versions?

2. Evaluate the directors’ decisions based on what the lines in the Shakespeare’s text suggest?

3. At the end of Scene iv, Macbeth says:

I am in blood

Steeped in so far that, should I wade no more,

Returning were as tedious as go’er.

Copy and interpret these lines.

May 4-6, 2011 Class 821 HW 11-13

Copy and answer in a complete sentence.

1. How does the mood change in  Scene iv?

2. How successful is Lady Macbeth in her attempts to save ehr husband from  giving himself away?

Thursday May5, 2011  HW 12

1. What were some similarities  and differences in the two versions?

2. Evaluate the directors’ decisions based on what the lines in the Shakespeare’s text suggest?

3. At the end of Scene iv, Macbeth says:

I am in blood

Steeped in so far that, should I wade no more,

Returning were as tedious as go’er.

Copy and interpret these lines.

Friday HW 13

*** *Be sure to have Macbeth notebook and all handouts in class.  I will be checking notebooks (cw and hw) this Tuesday-Friday.

Copy each quote and answer the following:

a) identify the speaker     b) identify to whom he or she is speaking          c) explain what is happening in the play when the words are spoken        d) explain the meaning of the quote

1.              O, proper stuff

This is the very painting of your fear.

This is the air-drawn dagger which you said

Led you to Duncan.

2.             The time has been

That, when the brains were out, the man would die,

And there an end.  But now they rise again

With twenty mortal murders on their crowns

And push us from our stools.

3.    Thou hast it now-King Cawdor, Glamis, all

As the Weird Women promised, and I fear

Thou played’st most foully for’t.

Class 826 and 821 HW 8-10 April 27-29

Welcome Back!

Wed: 4/27/11: HW 8

1. Review different camera shots and techniques (use the website below).

http://www.flashcardmachine.com/cinematic-techniques.html

Watch at least 10 minutes of a television show and pay attention to how it is shot.

Record (in your journal) how it was shot and what camera techniques were used.  Explain how the shots and techniques added to the drama or mood of the scene.

l2. Define the following terms: limerick, lyric poem, metamorphosis, narration, narrative poem, ode, oral tradition,

Define AND GIVE AN EXAMPLE OF the following terms: metaphor, mood, moral, motivation, myth, narrator, non fiction, novel, onomatopoeia, oxymoron, personification, plot ( include climax and  resolution)

3. Test Monday on all lit. terms.

4. The ELA is Tuesday May 3 (reading and answering multiple choice questions) and Wednesday May 4 (listening-multiple choice and short response questions, multiple choice writing mechanics questions, paired passage reading and writing-short and extended response questions)

This is what you can do to study: Memorize lit. terms and multiple choice strategies.  Review acuity work.  Review test prep notes (writing short and extended response/ note-taking). Review grammar skills work.

Friday 4/29/11

1. Handout

2. Acuity Work (Grammar Skills Work)

3. Lit. Terms Test:

1. alliteration             11. climax                            21. foreshadowing           31.  metaphor     41. onomatopoeia

2. allusion                   12. external conflict       22.  genre                                32. mood              42. oxymoron

3. antagonist             13. falling action            23. historical fiction         33. tone                 43. paraphrase

4. assonance             14. couplet                          24. hyperbole                         34. motivation      44. personification

5.  autobiography   15. dialect                           25. imagery                             35.  narrative poem    45. resolution

6. author’s purpose 16. dialogue                    26. symbol                                 36. 1st person narrator      46. point of view

7. ballad                          17. exposition              27.  inference                            37. 3rd person narrator     47. protagonist

8. biography                18.theme                        28. irony                                       38.  3rd person limited       48.  rhythm

9. characterization  19. flashback              29. lyric poem                            39. 3rd person omniscient   49. setting

10. chronological order      20. folk tale     30. rising action                      40. ode                                              50. simile

HW 3-7

HW 3: Read “Race to the Pole”  Short Response:  What problems did Scott face on his quest for the South Pole?

Highlight/underline your ts, 3 proofs, cs.

HW 41) Quiz Act II on Thrusday

2)  Define each term: Use the handout of literary terms.  Give an example of each one from a piece if literature or as it relates to a piece of literature we have read this year.

EX: internal conflict: struggle within oneself.

Mabeth’s internal conflict in ACT 1 was whether or not to kill Duncan.

1.  alliteration

2. allusion

3. antagonist

4. assonance

5. audience

6. atmosphere

7. author’s purpose

8. climax

9. external conflict

10. internal conflict

11. couplet

12. dialect

13. dialogue

14. exposition

15. fable (We haven’t read any so just give the name of a well-known one)

Wednesday HW 5: 1) Stduy Act II: Know who killed Duncan, how, how was it covered up, who is believed to have murdered Duncan, who is accused and why, who will be King.  Review all cw and hw.

2) Literary terms f-i (see list below)

Define each term: Use the handout of literary terms.  Give an example of each one from a piece if literature or as it relates to a piece of literature we have read this year.

EX: internal conflict: struggle within oneself.

fariy tale, fantasy, fiction, figure of speech, figuarative language, flashback, folk tale, foreshadowing, free verse, genre, haiku, historical fiction, hyperbole, imagery, index, inference, irony,

Thursday HW 6: Read Act III, scene i

 Copy and Answer each question in complete sentences.

Scene 1

1)      Why is Macbeth so concerned about where Banquo is riding to, how far it is, how long he will be gone, and with whom he is going (blue III, i, 21-28)(yellow III, I 15-24)?

  2)      Knowing this, what literary device does Shakespeare use when Macbeth calls Banquo his “chief guest” (blue III, i, 11) (yellow III, i, 11)?

  3)      We have another soliloquy in scene 1 (blue III, i, 52-79) (yellow 48-72). Summarize Macbeth’s thoughts and emotions in this soliloquy:

  4)      In his long speech (blue III, i, 100-116) (yellow III, i, 92-108), how does Macbeth convince the two murderers to murder Banquo and Fleance? Where did he learn this trick from?

Friday HW 7: 1) Acuity Work.  You must log on and complete all assigned work. 2) Study all literary terms for the ELA.  Test after vacation.