4.12 Class Packet
I. Do NOW!
In the lines from Othello, below, you will see a monologue, a soliloquy, and dramatic irony. As
we study these lines, label where you see each of the three literary devices by highlighting
them as follows:
3.15 Class Packet
Directions: Read the article below and then answer the questions at the bottom!
YOUR MEMORY IS LIKE THE TELEPHONE GAME
Each time you recall an event, your brain distorts it
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by Marla Paul
Shakespearean Drama Terms Spiral
a Definition A long speech given by a character to reveal his or her
b Clever phrase to remember the word2 Aside
b Clever phrase to remember
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4.21 Class Packet NO FEAR
I. Do NOW!
Have you taken the course survey for this class yet?
Please open the email you should have
received and do that
at this time!
Brainstorm a list of Heroes from
movies or books youve read or
3.22 Class Packet
Short Story Tips!
The author must explain to the reader why a character
took one road instead of the othermust explain or show by the
action of the plot why the character chose a particular road or
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Class Packet 4.06 Level 1
Understanding Shakespearean Insults!
Take a look at the best insults written by Shakespeare
below: What do you think they mean?
1. "No longer from head to foot than from hip to
hip, she is spherical, like a