Reflection: Checks for Understanding Studying the change in Capulet's Personality in Act 3, scene 4 - Section 2: Last Man Standing


I love this game and I wish that I got some of today's episode on video. I have so much fun every time we play because everyone participates, I get to see who remembers what in a relatively quick manner, and it can be incredibly funny. Today, I was shocked at the level of detail students remembered even after break and how cutthroat they can be. And I don't even offer a prize! Students were bringing up small details:  Lady Capulet comparing Paris to a book as a way to describe his worthiness, Mercutio's "bawdy" language when he meets the Nurse, the repetition of "two" throughout the prologue. And all this after a week of vacation! It was a great way to start again.

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Studying the change in Capulet's Personality in Act 3, scene 4

Unit 16: Romeo and Juliet Act 3: Analysis of Character Development and Film to Text Comparisions
Lesson 8 of 10

Objective: SWBAT analyze how complex characters develop over the course of a text and advance the plot by tracking Capulet's characteristics.

Big Idea: Lord Capulet plans the wedding that he said he wouldn't plan without Juliet. How tense!

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