We have read up to page 69 (the end of Chapter 1, The Bride). If you did not finish the comprehension questions in class, please complete them and finish vocabulary definitions for the following words: scullery, bewilderment, fortnight, loathe, antiquity, arbitrary, abridge, courtier, visage. Have a wonderful break!
We’ve read up to the break in the page on page 54 in the Princess Bride. Please define the following vocabulary words: hovel, vex, stammering, spats, sire (verb)
Interactive Notebook pages on “Thank You, M’am” are due on Thursday and are a summative grade. Please have the plot chart, setting slides, vocabulary, etc. complete by Thursday. We will have a quiz on the short story on Friday, April 12.
“For never was a story of more woe Than this of Juliet and her Romeo.” Act 5, Scene 1-3 comprehension questions are due tomorrow! We will go over them in class. (You won’t have any other homework this week because of the play.) Monday, April 1st will be a review day of the entire play …
We discussed Act 4 and took the Act 4 Quiz today. Archetype notes and examples in the Interactive Notebook Please finish the Transitions worksheet for class tomorrow. Four people die in Act 5, Scene 3!
Act 4 Quiz on Thursday Act 5, Scene 1 & 2 comprehension questions due Thursday For those of you who were absent, today we did Shakespearean translations (writing), watched part of the movie, went over Act 4, Scenes 4&5, wrote annotations in our book and notes in the Interactive Notebooks, and read Act 5, Scenes …
Act 4 Questions (finish scenes 4 & 5) for class tomorrow. We will discuss the questions. Act 4 Quiz on Thursday !
Your completed YAF book is due Monday, March 18th. Make sure that you have the copyright page, acknowledgments, and about the author. Your books are looking wonderful! Great work, 8th Graders!
We read Act 3, Scenes 1-2 today in class. If you missed, please read this on your own. Act 3, Scene 1&2 comprehension questions are due on Thursday, Feb 21st.
Finish the Act 2 comprehension worksheet; we will go over the questions tomorrow at the beginning of the class. Quiz Friday, February 15th on R&J Act 2