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MACBETH

MACBETH

MACBETH. NOTES FOR UNIT TEST: LITERARY DEVICES AND EXAMPLES. ALLITERATION. The repetition of initial consonant sounds Ex. Act I: “ F air is f oul, and f oul is f air; / Hover through the f og and f ilthy air.”

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The Crucible Study Guide *Restate every question. Use complete sentences.

The Crucible Study Guide *Restate every question. Use complete sentences.

The Crucible Study Guide *Restate every question. Use complete sentences. Act II 1.At the beginning of this act, John Proctor says, "It is winter in here yet." Why is this pertinent to what is going on? 2.Why has Mary Warren disobeyed her employers and gone to Salem?

By beau
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Unlocking Themes in Macbeth

Unlocking Themes in Macbeth

Unlocking Themes in Macbeth. Ambition can subvert reason. When supernatural powers represent evil, they should be ignored. The natural order is disrupted by any upset in the proper order of human society. Unlocking Themes in Macbeth. Appearances do not always reflect reality.

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Why do we study mythology?

Why do we study mythology?

Why do we study mythology?. To recognize allusions in literature and in everyday life. What are the characteristics of an epic?. A physically impressive hero A journey or quest for something of value Evidence of supernatural forces at work A vast setting A hero struggling against fate

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Monday, October 17, 2016 Don’t forget: Name, date, class period!

Monday, October 17, 2016 Don’t forget: Name, date, class period!

Bellwork : Get your binders and take out your Act II Study Guide (blue sheet) and a pencil. Move together with the people you read with before break. Have a conversation about your break. What did you do? Did you enjoy the time?. Monday, October 17, 2016 Don’t forget: Name, date, class period!.

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Day 39: Personal Narrative/ Crucible

Day 39: Personal Narrative/ Crucible

Day 39: Personal Narrative/ Crucible. Phrases—Appositives Project Menu due Friday Act I Questions Act II Act II Questions. ACT ONE. 1. Why did the Salem settlement need a theocracy? Why had the settlers begun to turn toward individualism? 2. How does Miller characterize Parris?

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Arts-based Approaches to Knowledge Translation in Health Research: Exploring Theatre

Arts-based Approaches to Knowledge Translation in Health Research: Exploring Theatre

Arts-based Approaches to Knowledge Translation in Health Research: Exploring Theatre. Pia Kontos Research Scientist Toronto Rehabilitation Institute Assistant Professor Dalla Lana School of Public Health University of Toronto. Overview.

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Act I

Act I

Act I. Exposition Introduction. Act I. Scotland and Norway @ war Scotland wins Macbeth and Banquo “local heroes” Witches’ predictions Macbeth 1. Thane of Glamis Banquo 1. 2. Thane of Cawdor 2. riddles 3. King of Scotland 3.

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The Tempest

The Tempest

The Tempest. Henry Fuseli, The Enchanted Island: Before the Cell of Prospero (1797). The Tempest: Characters. The Tempest: Plot Diagram. The Tempest: Plot Diagram. The Tempest: Plot Diagram. The Tempest: Plot Diagram. The Tempest: Plot Diagram. The Tempest, Act I, scene i. ALONSO:

By irma
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Quiz: Acts I and II

Quiz: Acts I and II

Quiz: Acts I and II. Macbeth. Directions. Be sure to restate the question as part of your answer. Since some questions have more than one part, make sure you answer what is asked or only partial credit will be received. You must write in complete sentences . Act I: Questions 1-3. (out of 5 ).

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Hamlet

Hamlet

Hamlet . Act II. Themes. Appearance vs. Reality 1. Polonius orders Reynaldo to spy on Laertes a. Shows P’s distrust of his own son b. Shows P’s techniques for success at court. Themes, continued. Appearances vs. Reality

By gainell
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9 th Grade AE Honors English

9 th Grade AE Honors English

9 th Grade AE Honors English. Final Exam Review Mrs. May. Final Exam. 90 multiple choice questions: 5 Reading Selections: 2 works of nonfiction Historical speech essay 3 works of fiction 1 short story 2 poems Figurative Language Grammar, Usage, Mechanics Vocabulary In Context.

By rehan
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Romeo and Juliet

Romeo and Juliet

Romeo and Juliet. A Star-crossed Romance. A Brief Introduction. Romeo and Juliet was written by Shakespeare in 1594 or 1595. Romeo and Juliet was an experimental stage piece, featuring several radical departures from long-standing conventions.

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Who said it?

Who said it?

Who said it?. Simile, Metaphor, or Theme?. Who did it?. Act II Vocabulary (part 1). Act II Vocabulary (part 2). Potpourri. Who said it?. Simile, Metaphor, or Theme?. Who did it?. Act II Vocabulary (part 1). Act II Vocabulary (part 2). Potpourri. $100. $100. $100. $100.

By Sophia
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Hamlet

Hamlet

Hamlet. Characters, structure, and themes. Hamlet Plot/subplot structure. Main Plot – court Hamlet’s grief Revenge of Old Hamlet’s death Dealing with Fortinbras Plots and machinations Subplots – Polonius family Ophelia and Hamlet’s love Laertes in France Revenge of Polonius’ death

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MIRANDOLINA

MIRANDOLINA

MIRANDOLINA. CARLO GOLDONI. Read Mirandolina and focus on: The outline of the plot Main themes of the play The characters’ actions, behavior and language The Cavaliere’s position regarding women Mirandolina’s challenge to this position

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Hamlet by William Shakespeare

Hamlet by William Shakespeare

Hamlet by William Shakespeare. Act II. Hamlet – Act II. Scene One: Polonius sends a servant to spy on his son. Ophelia tells Polonius that Hamlet is behaving strangely. Polonius assumes that he is mad because he cannot have Ophelia. Polonius admits that he misjudged Hamlet’s intentions.

By sana
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The Tempest

The Tempest

The Tempest. Henry Fuseli, The Enchanted Island: Before the Cell of Prospero (1797). The Tempest: Characters. The Tempest . Four plot lines: Prospero’s revenge plot Sebastian’s plot to overthrow Alonzo Caliban’s plot to overthrow Prospero Love plot of Ferdinand and Miranda.

By ludwig
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Aime Cesaire’s Tempest

Aime Cesaire’s Tempest

Aime Cesaire’s Tempest . Act I, scene 2: Caliban: Uhuru! Prospero: What did you say? Caliban: I said, Uhuru! Prospero: Back to your native language again. I’ve already told you, I don’t like it. You could be polite, at least: a simple “hello” wouldn’t kill you. Aime Cesaire’s Tempest .

By livvy
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Julius Caesar Quote Review

Julius Caesar Quote Review

Julius Caesar Quote Review. 1. Who said it?. “Et tu Brute?”. Caesar. To Whom? When?. to Brutus…when he stabbed him. 2. Who said it?. “Thou shalt see me at Philippi.”. Caesar’s Ghost. To Whom? When?. to Brutus…in his army camp before the final battle. 3. Who said it?.

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