Reflection: Student Ownership Adding a Soliloquy - Part 3 - Section 1: Warm Up


Today's opener was the product of a student question yesterday. They wanted to know -in terms of being alone- if dead people counted when you were doing a soliloquy.  I explained that they do not because technically they are not there.

This was an oddly interesting conversation that caused me to think of the scene I am showing today.  Hamlet is surrounded by the bodies of deceased people in this scene.  

It is so odd where we find inspiration isn't it?

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Adding a Soliloquy - Part 3

Unit 11: Drama Unit
Lesson 14 of 15

Objective: SWBAT use google docs to collaborate as they edit and enhance a dramatic scene.

Big Idea: Making Shakespeare proud -we hope:)

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