See yesterday’s post. Repeat. 😉
CCA questions begin today. You must have these completed by the end of class on Thursday. Spelling and grammar do not count. I’m just looking for your ideas, but I should see application of your understanding of literary devices where appropriate.
Your Othello presentations will start next Monday.
Your Othello projects will be due next Thursday (November 19). Today is a check-in day and I want to make sure you’re all on track.
Today I’d like you to take a few moments to ensure you summarized your notes on jealousy and revenge and then hand those in.
Then we’re going to do a lecture on good vs evil in Othello. And yep, you’re going to do Cornell style notes again.
Then we’ll talk about the scene presentation and you can form your groups and choose your scene. Othello-scene-performances
More than half the class was away for the University information session. So I gave the class a work period.
Tomorrow we will look at the theme of evil in Othello and we will also get started on our Othello scene presentation work: Othello-scene-performances
Here is the link for yesterday’s seminar slides: Jealousy and revenge