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Rodwell 12th Grade English

12th Grade English

Monday, April 29:

Framework: RL.12.1, RL.12.2, RL.12.3, RL.12.4, RL.12.5, RL12.6

Objective: Analyze and evaluate how characterization, plot, setting, and other elements interact and contribute to the development and complexity of a text.

Activities: Bell Work. Continue reading Macbeth. Focus on summarizing, diction, imagery, point of view, syntax, figurative language and literary devices, and theme.

Resources: Macbeth by William Shakespeare

Tuesday, April 30:

Framework: RL.12.1, RL.12.2, RL.12.3, RL.12.4, RL.12.5, RL12.6

Objective: Analyze and evaluate how characterization, plot, setting, and other elements interact and contribute to the development and complexity of a text.

Activities: Bell Work. Continue reading Macbeth. Focus on summarizing, diction, imagery, point of view, syntax, figurative language and literary devices, and theme.

Resources: Macbeth by William Shakespeare

Wednesday, May 1:

Framework: RL.12.1, RL.12.2, RL.12.3, RL.12.4, RL.12.5, RL12.6

Objective: Analyze and evaluate how characterization, plot, setting, and other elements interact and contribute to the development and complexity of a text.

Activities: Bell Work. Continue reading Macbeth. Focus on summarizing, diction, imagery, point of view, syntax, figurative language and literary devices, and theme.

Resources: Macbeth by William Shakespeare

Thursday, May 2:

Framework: RL.12.1, RL.12.2, RL.12.3, RL.12.4, RL.12.5, RL12.6

Objective: Analyze and evaluate how characterization, plot, setting, and other elements interact and contribute to the development and complexity of a text.

Activities: Bell Work. Continue reading Macbeth. Focus on summarizing, diction, imagery, point of view, syntax, figurative language and literary devices, and theme.

Resources: Macbeth by William Shakespeare

Friday, May 3:

Framework: RL.12.1, RL.12.2, RL.12.3, RL.12.4, RL.12.5, RL12.6

Objective: Analyze and evaluate how characterization, plot, setting, and other elements interact and contribute to the development and complexity of a text.

Activities: Bell Work. Continue reading Macbeth. Focus on summarizing, diction, imagery, point of view, syntax, figurative language and literary devices, and theme.

Resources: Macbeth by William Shakespeare

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