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Day 4 - Reading Assignment, Questions, Vocabulary
Read the remainder of Act II.
Common Core Objectives
- Reading well: appreciating the achievement of the author by examining how each theme interlocks with other themes, and how the author combines tone, feelings, suspense, arguments, and humor to carry the audience’s interest; carefully examining the details of an altercation in order to learn how to find clues about plot developments. Appreciating how the playwright reaches the play's conclusion.
- Thinking well: using the discussion questions to draw conclusions from evidence and to consider how people make difficult decisions and cope with change.
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- Day 1
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- Day 4
- Day 5
- Final Paper and Exam