Through the Eyes of Youth November 29, 2016

Through the Eyes of Youth November 29, 2016

Through the Eyes of Youth - January 6, 2017 Homework: Study the quotes and the events of Act III from your quotes sheet and your study guide for a summative quiz next Tuesday, 1/10/2017. Learning Targets: I can answer questions to Act IV V. I can analyze quotes by identifying the speaker, circumstances under which each was said, and explaining each ones significance. Through the Eyes of Youth December 14, 2016 Homework:

Study for the vocabulary quiz tomorrow. The words are on quizlet. Learning Targets: I can demonstrate my knowledge of Act II of Romeo and Juliet. I can read Act III Romeo and Juliet and take notes on the devices. Through the Eyes of Youth December 13, 2016 Homework: Study for the vocabulary quiz on Thursday. Study for the Act II quiz on Wednesday. Targets: I can review Romeo and Juliet Act II for

understanding. I can read Romeo and Juliet Act III. Romeo and Juliet Act III Literary Devices Homework: Study for the vocabulary quiz on Thursday. Study for the Act II quiz on Wednesday. Targets: I can review Romeo and Juliet Act II for understanding. I can read Romeo and Juliet Act III. Recognition of Literary Devices Within the text: Repetition Hyperbole OxymoronTheme Through the Eyes of Youth December 9, 2016 Homework:

Study Vocabulary 4. The quiz on Vocabulary #4 will be on Thursday, 12/15/2016. This is the last vocabulary, but there will still be a review and a few new literary devices to study and to quiz. Learning Targets: I can answer questions to Act II. I can analyze Act II for deeper meaning. Through the Eyes of Youth December 7, 2016 A DAY THAT WILL LIVE IN INFAMY Homework: Remember the quiz is tomorrow. Study Vocabulary # 3. Learning Targets:

I can fill in sentences for the vocabulary words. I can read Romeo and Juliet for understanding. Period 6 Sentence Practice Simple: Romeo is fifteen years old. Tybalt is eloquent. The Prince has a lot of dexterity in taking charge. The Prince reveals his dexterity in riding in the opening scene.

Compound: Friar Laurence agrees to marry Romeo and Juliet, so the families can be reconciled. Lady Capulet is never jocund, so she is hard on Juliet. Complex: Juliet was taught to be civil while Sampson was not. because she is from the noble class. Since Prince is a monarch, he is very powerful. Tybalt became saucy when he sees Romeo at his uncles party. Compound/Complex: Romeo is not jocund in the opening of the play, but he is when he meets Juliet. Through the Eyes of Youth December 6, 2016 Period 3 Simple:

Tybalt is a very martial man. Romeo is very jocund. Compound: The Prince wishes to be a monarch, but the feud between the two houses may prevent that from happening. Romeo would lose the fight with Tybalt, so he should not duel him. Complex: Because Romeo is in love, he tries to talk to her after the party. Although Romeo has found another love, she is still from the Capulet house. Compound/Complex:

Although Romeo is civil, the two cannot get married, and they both must find a way to marry in secret. when he sees Juliet. When Franklin D. Roosevelt found out about Adolph Hitlers ordered book burnings, he declared April 17,1942 National Book Day and declared in a speech to the nation: We all know that books burn yet we have the greater knowledge that books cannot be killed by fire. People die, but books never die. No man and no force can abolish memory. No man and no force can put thought in a concentration camp forever. No man and no force can take from the world the books that embody mans eternal fight

against tyranny of every kind. In this war, we know that books are weapons (Franklin D. Roosevelt). Through the Eyes of Youth December 6, 2016 Period 1 Simple: Romeo wants to marry Juliet. Benvolio is very civil. Compound:

Romeo speaks to Juliet in the orchard, so she feels jocund. There was fighting between the Capulets and the Montagues, but the Prince dismembered it. Complex: Although Paris is civil, Juliet desires Romeos love. Compound/Complex

Through the Eyes of Youth Sentence Practice Period 2 Simple: They have the plague. Verona was afflicted with the plague. Compound: Romeo is sad, and his mom is trying to help. Romeo is allowed to roam the streets, but Juliet is stuck within the confines of her house. Complex: Although Paris is civil, Juliets heart desires Romeo. Romeo is jocund when he sees Juliet. Compound/Complex Romeo is sad that he cannot be with Juliet, but someone from the

monarchy can be. Because I got the plague, I feel bad, and I cannot feel my toes. The townspeople of Verona are ill with the plague even though they tried to stay inside to avoid it. Through the Eyes of Youth December 6, 2016 Homework: Study for the Vocabulary 3 Quiz on Thursday. Classwork: Writing Simple, Compound, Complex, and Compound/Complex Sentences. Learning Targets: I can write a simple, compound, complex, and a compound

complex sentence. I can read Romeo and Juliet for understanding. Period 4 Sentence Types Practice Simple: Romeo is a civil young man. Juliet has a jocund personality. Compound: Romeo takes Juliet by the hand, and she says that he has dexterity in kissing. Lady Capulet wants Juliet to marry Paris, so she can become part of a monarchy/so she can become a monarch. Complex: Because Tybalt is overprotective of Juliet, he hates

that Juliet dances with Romeo. Because Tybalt tries to start a fight with Romeo, Lord Capulet prevails over him. Tybalt was acting civil at the party until he sees Romeo. Compound/complex: It is renowned that the Capulets and the Montagues hate one another, so Romeo and Juliet would not be permitted to marry. Because Tybalt is very martial, Romeos friends worry about Tybalts challenge, and they are unaware of whether or not Romeo is ok/safe/alive. Through the Eyes of Youth December 5, 2016 Homework: Study Vocabulary 3 for the quiz on Thursday. Classwork:

The object of the preposition can NEVER be the subject, direct object, or the indirect object of a sentence. Prep. Prep./ Above Object of the Preposition OP /

Subj. /Verb /DO/Prep./OP the bridge the train passed me at noon. Learning Targets: I can write notes on prepositions and prepositional phrases. I can read Romeo and Juliet for understanding.

Prepositional Phrases Practice Prep. OP M Sub Verb Direct Object About a week ago we read Romeo and Juliet. Through the Eyes of Youth December 2, 2016 Homework: Study Vocabulary 3 for a quiz on these words on Thursday, December 8, 2016 and complete the sentences on the back, due on Monday. Study

the new literary terms; comic relief, couplet, and epithet. Learning Targets: I can demonstrate my knowledge of sentence types. I can read Romeo and Juliet for understanding.

Through the Eyes of Youth December 1, 2016 Homework: The worksheet that asks you to identify the dependent clauses is due tomorrow. Learning Targets: I can demonstrate my knowledge of Act I. I can read Act II of Romeo and Juliet and put expression, tone, and mood into any character Im asked to play. Through the Eyes of Youth November 30, 2016 Homework: Study

for the Act I quiz tomorrow. Make sure that you know to which families each character belongs. Learning Targets: I can write complex and compound complex sentences. I can review Act I of Romeo and Juliet. I can read Act II of Romeo and Juliet. Through the Eyes of Youth November 29, 2016 Homework: Study and review Act I of Romeo and Juliet for the quiz on Thursday. Write 2 Complex and 2 Compound Complex Sentences for turn in tomorrow.

Learning Targets: I can demonstrate my understanding of Romeo and Juliet vocabulary 2. I can read Romeo and Juliet Act II.

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