Week at a glance

Vocabulary deadline: Quiz on Tuesday, September 20th via Membean – complete by 12:00 a.m.
Research deadline: 
Six additional quote cards (4×6) due on Friday, September 23

Monday, 9/19:

  • Vocabulary graphics (2)
  • Continue reading/analyzing The Tragedy of Macbeth
  • Focus on “blood, dress/garment imagery; weather/disorder” – Citing textual evidence
  • Practice analyzing important quotes as we read – Citing textual evidence

Tuesday, 9/20:

  • Continue reading/analyzing The Tragedy of Macbeth
  • Focus on “blood, dress/garment imagery; weather/disorder” – Citing textual evidence
  • “Guilt” activity after reading/viewing King Duncan’s murder scene

Wednesday, 9/21:

  • Continue reading/analyzing The Tragedy of Macbeth
  • Focus on “blood, dress/garment imagery; weather/disorder” – Citing textual evidence
  • Class discussion/activity on Macbeth as the tragic hero, flaw, fall, etc.

Thursday, 9/22:

  • Continue reading/analyzing The Tragedy of Macbeth
  • Focus on “blood, dress/garment imagery; weather/disorder” – Citing textual evidence
  • Practice analyzing important quotes as we read – Citing textual evidence

Friday, 9/23:

  • “Reading day” — novel for research
  • six additional primary quote cards (4×6) due by the end of class today

Look at the week ahead

Deadlines:  Vocabulary work should be completed by Sunday evening of each week.
Tuesday, 9/20 – Vocabulary quiz on Membean
Friday, 9/23 – An additional six primary quote cards (4×6) – research novel

Monday, 9/12:
– Finish viewing A Knight’s Tale (discuss anachronisms and connections to Chaucer)
– Begin introduction to Elizabethan England,  Shakespeare and The Tragedy of Macbeth

Tuesday, 9/13::
– Begin reading/analyzing Shakespeare’s The Tragedy of  Macbeth
– Volunteers to read aloud will receive extra credit in the Reading category

Wednesday, 9/14:
– Continue reading/analyzing The Tragedy of Macbeth
– Focus on “blood, dress/garment imagery; weather/disorder” – Citing textual evidence
– Class discussion/activity on Macbeth as the tragic hero, flaw, fall, etc.

Thursday, 9/15:
– Continue reading/analyzing The Tragedy of Macbeth
– Focus on “blood, dress/garment imagery; weather/disorder” – Citing textual evidence
– Class discussion/activity on Macbeth as the tragic hero, flaw, fall, etc.

Friday, 9/16:
– Reading Day (novel for research) – six primary quotes due next Friday by the end of class (9/23)