'Home-Keeping Youth Have Ever Homely Wits' Act 1.1-1.3

Unit 9: The Two Gentlemen of Verona
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Objective: SWBAT establish the disorder Shakespeare creates in his plays by identifying the order

Big Idea: Character relationships at the beginnings of plays foreshadow conflicts later on

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English / Language Arts, character trait, Shakespeare, brainstorming, drama interpretation, dramatic structure, The Two Gentlemen of Verona, dramatic reading, supporting evidence, foreshadowing, interpretation, dramatic literature, uncertainty, rough draft
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