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Othello LP 18 Act 5.2

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Christine LaRubio

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Aim: What does Othello suggest about the relationship between hubris and tragedy?
Do Now: Select ONE of the following prompts and write for the next 4 minutes. 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….
Aim: What does Othello suggest about the relationship between hubris and tragedy?
I can reference evidence from texts and research to support comments and ideas.
I can apply reader response theory to literature to analyze its meaning
I can work cooperatively in groups
I can identify and analyze the central idea in a text
Aim: What does Othello suggest about the relationship between hubris and tragedy?
Aim: What does Othello suggest about the relationship between hubris and tragedy?
1.
Share out your Do Now with the person sitting next to you--READ IT OUT LOUD.
2.
Listen
to what your partner says.
3.
Respond 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
out loud
,
write
your response in your notebook.
THIS COUNTS!!!
Turn & Talk:
Aim: What does Othello suggest about the relationship between hubris and tragedy?
Aim: What does Othello suggest about the relationship between hubris and tragedy?
Aim: What does Othello suggest about the relationship between hubris and tragedy?
If there were no rules, what do you think would happen?
Describe a time when you felt vengeful.
Why do you think some people take advantage of others?
I can reference evidence from texts and research to support comments and ideas.
I can apply reader response theory to literature to analyze its meaning
I can work cooperatively in groups
I can identify and analyze the central idea in a text
I can reference evidence from texts and research to support comments and ideas.
I can apply reader response theory to literature to analyze its meaning
I can work cooperatively in groups
I can identify and analyze the central idea in a text
I can reference evidence from texts and research to support comments and ideas.
I can apply reader response theory to literature to analyze its meaning
I can work cooperatively in groups
I can identify and analyze the central idea in a text
I can reference evidence from texts and research to support comments and ideas.
I can apply reader response theory to literature to analyze its meaning
I can work cooperatively in groups
I can identify and analyze the central idea in a text
I can reference evidence from texts and research to support comments and ideas.
I can apply reader response theory to literature to analyze its meaning
I can work cooperatively in groups
I can identify and analyze the central idea in a text
Group Instructions Work: Support all work with textual evidence
1) In your group, read the summary of the passages, then the passage you have been assigned out loud.
2) Select ONE quotation which best represents/is most important/essential about your section of text.
3) Each person in your group must AGREE that this is the most important section of text.
4) You must EACH have a short paragraph explaining HOW and WHY this quotation is the best representation of your section of text. Your group must them PRESENT THIS INFORMATION TO THE CLASS. Each person in the group must present sections of the assignment.
a) Quote the exact text, the Act, Scene, and line numbers.
b) Indicate the Audience: The person being spoken to
c) Context: the surrounding circumstances and events in the play where the quotation appears
d) Meaning: what the quotation means in your own words
e) Significance: Why this quotation is important and how it develops the plot, a character’s objective/super objective, and central idea/theme in the play
f) Address ONE of the following Reader Response prompts with regards to the quotations:
i) What does this quote have to do with you, personally, and with your life (past, present or future)? What specific words, phrases or literary techniques does the author use to help shape your perspective? Explain.

ii) How much does this quote agree or clash with your view of the world, and what you consider right and wrong? Use quotes as examples of how it agrees with and supports what you think about the world, about right and wrong, and about what you think it is to be human. Use quotes and examples to discuss how the excerpt disagrees with what you think about the world and about right and wrong. What specific words, phrases or literary techniques does the author use to help shape your perspective? Explain.

iii) How did you learn, and how much were your views and opinions challenged or changed by this quote, if at all? Give examples of how your views might have changed or been strengthened (or perhaps, of why this excerpt failed to convince you, the way it is). Please do not write "I agree with everything the author wrote," since everybody disagrees about something, even if it is a tiny point. Use quotes to illustrate your points of challenge, or where you were persuaded, or where it left you cold. What specific words, phrases or literary techniques does the author use to help shape your perspective? Explain.


iv) How well does this quote address things that you, personally, care about and consider important to the world? How does it address things that are important to your family, your community, your ethnic group, to people of your economic or social class or background, or your faith tradition? If not, who does or did the excerpt serve? Did it pass the "Who cares?" test? Use quotes to illustrate. What specific words, phrases or literary techniques does the author use to help shape your perspective? Explain.
Group Instructions Work: Support all work with textual evidence! READ ALL INSTRUCTIONS.
Answer the following questions in a shared MS word document.
(1 per group)
. Use textual evidence as you answer your questions.
Put your NAME at the end of your question.
The TITLE of your assignment is your FULL Names and Othello, Act 5, Scene 2.
SUBMIT ONE ASSIGNMENT FOR THE WHOLE GROUP IN TEAMS. ALL WORK MUST BE FINISHED BEFORE YOU SUBMIT IT.

Summary...Answer the aim!
Aim: What does Othello suggest about the relationship between hubris and tragedy?
Hubris:
excessive pride or self-confidence

Tragedy:
A drama or literary work in which the main character is brought to ruin or suffers extreme sorrow, especially as a consequence of a tragic flaw, moral weakness, or inability to cope with unfavorable circumstances.
I can reference evidence from texts and research to support comments and ideas.
I can apply reader response theory to literature to analyze its meaning
I can work cooperatively in groups
I can identify and analyze the central idea in a text
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