Friday, April 28th

Hey Everyone!

Today we read,  and started with studying a bit for the test.

After the review test, we worked on Act 3 study guides, quotes, and read some!

We will finish Act 3 on Monday and we will watch Act 3 and 4!

If you need the text, click HERE (for Modern and Shakespeare language).

We started Act 3! If you need an extra copy, here you go >> act-iii-quotations-amnd and study-questions-amnd.

See you Monday!

Mrs. Hoover

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Thursday, April 27th

Hey Everyone!

We started with reading and vocabulary BINGO! YAY!

After, we watched the “History of English in 10 minutes” to help put the English dialect difference in perspective. Click HERE to view it.

After, we looked at the word “night” in Act 2 with this graphic organizer >> a-midsummer-nights-dream (pg. 12).

If you need the text, click HERE (for Modern and Shakespeare language).

We started Act 3! If you need an extra copy, here you go >> act-iii-quotations-amnd and study-questions-amnd.

Study for your Vocabulary test tomorrow, please!!

Here is a free study guide on Quizlet for the words >> Click HERE.  Also, if you want to practice Jeopardy with the words, here you go >> 4-6 E Review Jeopardy .

Also, here are the PowerPoints:

Mrs. Hoover

Monday, April 24th

Today, we started with reading and vocabulary >> Sentences #4-#6 Review.

We have a review week this week, over units #4-#6.

Here are the PowerPoints:

We turned these in today >> study-questions-amnd and quote identifications >> act-i-quotations-worksheet-amnd.

We started Act 2 in 4th period.

We do not have vocabulary sentences this week, but we do have a vocabulary test on Friday. 

Thursday, April 19th

Hello!
We started with reading and vocabulary >> Vocab E 6 CS (all).

We went over the character list for “A MidSummer Night’s Dream” >> amnd-bg-article. We gave everyone this bookmark > A Midsummer Night’ Dream Character Bookmark .

After, we starting reading the story. If you would like to read along or read a more modern version to make sure you have understood the text, click HERE. 

As we are reading (and recapping) we are filling in study guide questions >> study-questions-amnd and quote identifications >> act-i-quotations-worksheet-amnd.

1st period and 4th period  – We read Act 1, Scene 1. We will start with scene 2 tomorrow.

Vocab. Sentences are due today and quiz on Friday. 

Wednesday, April 18th

Hey Everyone!

Today we started with reading and vocabulary >> Vocab E 6B CS separate .

Then, we watched our inspirational video.

After, we completed the “Shakespeare lingo” here >> shakespeare-lingo-student-copy and here are the answers >> shakespeare-lingo.

Then, we went over prose/poetry/blank verse (etc.) about Shakespeare >> shakespearean-verse-and-prose. As we tried to “understand Shakespeare’s language”>>understanding-shakespeare and fill out these PowerPoint notes. This was a grade.

 

Vocab. Sentences are due Tomorrow and quiz on Friday. 

Tuesday, April 18th

Hey Everyone!

We started with DEAR (reading) and vocabulary >> 6B Def-syn-ant .

Then, we started a Shakespeare PowerPoint >> shakespeare-amnd-ppt and these notes >> intro-to-shakespeare-amsd-ppt-notes.

After, we completed the “Shakespeare lingo” here >> shakespeare-lingo-student-copy and here are the answers >> shakespeare-lingo.

For the last half of class, we worked on  a webquest for “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” . Click HERE for the link and here is the quest >> amnd-background.

Mrs. Hoover

Monday, April 17th

Hey Everyone!

Today we started with our 15 minutes of reading and turning in our papers! Information can be found here >>instructions-for-turnitin-1st-period  AND instructions-for-turnitin-4th-period .

After, we did vocabulary >> Vocab Unit 6 (6B).

Then, we started with a webquest for “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” . Click HERE for the link and here is the quest >> amnd-background. Then, we looked at “Shakespeare lingo” >>  shakespeare-lingo-student-copy.

After, we watched the “History of English in 10 minutes” to help put the English dialect difference in perspective. Click HERE to view it.

Vocabulary sentences are due Thursday.