Below is the link to the lesson:
CREATE A TEDED ACCOUNT BEFORE STARTING OR YOU WILL LOSE YOUR WORK.
1. Watch the video and answer the "think" questions
2. Answer the "discuss" question with a strong one paragraph response.
3. Go to the "dig deeper" link and access the "history of language" link:
5. Visit the link for a virtual tour of Chaucer's England and complete the worksheet.
anything not finished will be homework
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Complete the following handout while reading the story:
Here's a video for your viewing:
Wife of bath project
* Select ONE of the topics to work on ; choose to be individual or a partner.
In Groups of 3 to 4, you will need two computers.
canterbury tales; prologue
You will be assigned a set of characters to study:
1. Read the character description from the prologue.
2. On a blank copy paper, complete the following:
CANTERBURY Tales: St. Pete High
test on march 25
1. Julia, Taylor K, Alex B, Zane: Act 5 Scene 1 (Lines 1-132)
2. Jed, Sebastian, Nasir, Abbey: Act 5 Scene 1 (Lines 132-224)
3. Connor, Kimberly, Jack, Trianna: Act 5 Scene 1 (Lines 224-320)
4. Maya, Truc, Andreya, Sally: Act 5 Scene 2 (Lines 1-133)
5. Lauren, Maria, Nalinda, Hunter: Act 5 Scene 2 (Lines 134-238)
6. Tyler, Alex R., Victor, Arlie, Chino: Act 5 Scene 2 (Lines 240 - 332)
7. Kabir, Karson, Angelyna, Taylor A.: Act 5 Scene 2 (Lines 333-445)
Please complete the following by 3/4:
2. Write a 500 word reflection about what you think a possbile answer/interpretation could be. This reflection can be hand-written but it must include at least two references, from Hamlet, that supports your analysis. This must be your own work; I will not accept any responses that are borrowed (even partially) from another source, like SparkNotes.
Read the following to be better prepared for class:
Here's a link to the text: www.sparknotes.com/nofear/shakespeare/hamlet/page_258/
aBSENT? COMPLETE NOTES FOR THE ACT.
To be better prepared for class, 2/14:
Click here for Hamlet text on No Fear Shakespeare
Create a 4 parargraph summary of each scene in this act. Paragraphs should include key details of the scenes. (4-6 sentences each)