Reflection: Flexibility Othello Character Charts - Section 1: SSR and a Change of Format


I feel like I have to be flexible a lot in my job. Today was no different. When I tried to get them settled down after we split the group in half, they expressed their frustration/overwhelmed state of mind with their assigned reading from Othello.

As such, I told them I could adjust my plans a little to allow them more reading time, which we did. I also wrote a to-do list (finish Act 2, start Act 3 and complete the Act 2 dichotomy graphic organizer) so they had some help with prioritizing what they need to accomplish by tomorrow.

  Change of Plans
  Flexibility: Change of Plans
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Othello Character Charts

Unit 5: Literary: Study of Character Development in Shakespeare's Othello
Lesson 7 of 12

Objective: SWBAT demonstrate their ability to analyze complex characters and their development in a text by creating character charts for Acts 1 and 2 of Othello.

Big Idea: How do all these people interact/connect/hassle each other?

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