Please only answer the questions for activity 1. I will assign the objective summary and quickwrite at a later date. Since I will be out the rest of the week, 1/24-1/26, I am going to go ahead and assign the rest of Act I to my 1B and 3B classes for 1/24 and to my 1A class for 1/25. You will need to read/ watch the film in order to answer the discussion questions on a separate sheet of paper. You are welcome to work together in groups.
When your homework requires you to read portions of the text at home, don't worry. Below you will find a copy in the original text and written in modern language. All of your assessments and the versions of the play we view will be taken from the original version, but the modern version will definitely help you to understand the parts of the play that may be difficult.
Jan. 11th (B) and Jan. 12th (A) Please see the PowerPoint in order to complete the first lesson for Hamlet. Homework: Complete an Objective Summary.
1/9(B)- 1/10 (A) Class Instruction: Please see the following PowerPoint presentation for today's lesson.
Some question used from Hamlet Gallery Walk: Writing and Image Analysis Activity by Chris Gilbert
Well hello there, friends! It's me, Ms. Davis, your friendly British Literature teacher who is into all things nerdy! Actually, I just love to learn, so don't be surprised when I expect the same from you. Literature is an avenue to multiple perspectives...that is to say that no matter the text we read in class, there will always be something you could learn that will interest you. You just have to be willing to look down that avenue and further explore the perspectives in which you have interest.