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Othello LP 4 We Wear the Masks

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Christine LaRubio

on 15 March 2018

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Do Now: Choose ONE. Write for the next 5 minutes responding to the following prompt. Do not pick your pen up off the paper. Do not stop writing. If you can’t think of anything to write, write down, “I can’t think of anything to write,” over and over until it sparks your imagination….
Turn & Talk
1.Share out your Do Now with the person sitting next to you.
2.LISTEN to what your partner says.
3.THEN respond VERBALLY out loud using one of the following ACCOUNTABLE TALK SENTENCE STARTERS:
• -I agree with _____; but on the other hand…
• -I can add to what ____ just said…
• Now I am wondering…
• I am confused about what____said because…
• This makes me think____ because…
4.AFTER you have responded VERBALLY, WRITE your response in your NOTEBOOK. THIS COUNTS!!!
Aim: How does Shakespeare present themes and motifs to his readers/audience so they understand his meaning?
Aim: How does Shakespeare present themes and motifs to his readers/audience so they understand his meaning?
Why study him???
Aim: How does Shakespeare present themes to his readers/audience so they understand his meaning?
Mrs. LaRubio, English 6
Abraham Lincoln H.S.

1. Think about a time when you needed to wear a mask. In your journals, explain why you needed to wear it.
2. What is the difference between how you act in school, outside of school, and with your family? Be detailed and specific with your answer.
By the end of the lesson…
• I can participate effectively in group and full class discussions about literature (Othello) in a sophisticated manner that builds on my classmates’ ideas and using precise language.
• I can determine central ideas and summarize key points, specifically with regards to essential questions of the text.
I can analyze essential questions and develop factual, interpretive, and evaluative questions for further exploration of the topic/text.
By the end of the lesson…
• I can participate effectively in group and full class discussions about literature (Othello) in a sophisticated manner that builds on my classmates’ ideas and using precise language.
• I can determine central ideas and summarize key points, specifically with regards to essential questions of the text.
I can analyze essential questions and develop factual, interpretive, and evaluative questions for further exploration of the topic/text.
By the end of the lesson…
• I can participate effectively in group and full class discussions about literature (Othello) in a sophisticated manner that builds on my classmates’ ideas and using precise language.
• I can determine central ideas and summarize key points, specifically with regards to essential questions of the text.
I can analyze essential questions and develop factual, interpretive, and evaluative questions for further exploration of the topic/text.
By the end of the lesson…
• I can participate effectively in group and full class discussions about literature (Othello) in a sophisticated manner that builds on my classmates’ ideas and using precise language.
• I can determine central ideas and summarize key points, specifically with regards to essential questions of the text.
I can analyze essential questions and develop factual, interpretive, and evaluative questions for further exploration of the topic/text.
By the end of the lesson…
• I can participate effectively in group and full class discussions about literature (Othello) in a sophisticated manner that builds on my classmates’ ideas and using precise language.
• I can determine central ideas and summarize key points, specifically with regards to essential questions of the text.
I can analyze essential questions and develop factual, interpretive, and evaluative questions for further exploration of the topic/text.
Aim: How does Shakespeare present themes to his readers/audience so they understand his meaning?
Aim: How does Shakespeare present themes to his readers/audience so they understand his meaning?
Aim: How does Shakespeare present themes to his readers/audience so they understand his meaning?
• Open MS 365—keep two tabs open
• Open up OneDrive
• Create a file in OneDrive to keep all of their work easy to find.
• At the top of the page, hover over the +New and click Folder
• Rename the folder Othello
• ALL the documents that they work on for Othello will go in this folder
• Go to FILE on TEAMS. Click on the document labeled “Othello Pair Mask Assignment” Save a copy to your MS 365 OneDrive. Click on Document labeled “Othello Act I Scene 1 Synopsis” and save a copy to your document.
How are all these objects related?
Why do people wear masks?
Othello Pair Mask Assignment

Instructions:
1. Set up your pair document.
a. You and your partner will submit ONE document with BOTH of your names in the MLA heading. Decide who is going to submit it ahead of time.
b. Name your Document “Last names Othello Masks Pd 3 (or 4 or 5)”

2. Read the “We Wear the Mask” poem by Paul Laurence Dunbar
3. Read the Othello Synopsis.

4. Discuss the questions and ANSWER THEM TOGETHER (See the above process for how to do this).

5. One partner submits the document in Teams under Assignments. This assignment is due at the end of the period.
a. BOTH of you should work on a document so you can answer questions. Put your initials at the end of your answers.
b. Whoever is NOT submitting the document, shares their version of the document with their partner.
c. The partner submitting the document open’s their partner’s document and cut and pastes the answers into ONE document
d. Submit the completed assignment in Teams under Assignment.
Aim: How does Shakespeare present themes to his readers/audience so they understand his meaning?

Summary: The following is an essential questions for Othello:
How do appearance, perceptions, and reality interact in society?
Appearance—external show; outward aspect; syn. semblance, look; ex. Although hostile, he preserved an appearance of neutrality. She had a fierce appearance.
Perception—a mental image; concept; a capacity for comprehension; ex. There is a growing perception of the enormity of the problem.
Reality—the quality or state of being real; ex. He used television as an escape from reality.
Society—a community, nation, or broad grouping of people having common traditions, institutions, and collective activities and interests; ex. We need to do more to help the poorer members of our society.
Answer this question based on what you know so far.
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