Why did humans start cooking their food? Food historians, archaeologists, and paleontolgists do not have exact an answer due to the age of the evidence. They do, however, have theories.
Romeo and Juliet might be my favorite piece of literature to teach for two reasons: Great ideas for teaching this play are not exactly in short supply. I used to swear by Shakespeare Set Freealthough in the last few years I have found myself being more selective about which activities that I use from that book.
The play begins as two servants of the Capulet household, Sampson and Gregory, encounter Abraham Abra or Abram in the street. Many staged versions including the two popular movie versions cut this scene down significantly.
The important part is the fight. I do explain the puns through some notes students take down. Yes, even the bawdy parts. We break the speech down and try to figure out what sort of person Mercutio is. One note about Mercutio: I explain to them that he is not a Montague — he is kin to the Prince and to Count Paris, and therefore, most likely an important person.
Of course Capulet would invite him to the feast.
Frankly, the Balcony Scene in this version is passionless and boring. Some students notice this, but most will need your guidance to pick up on that. In the second, they do the same for the Luhrmann film. The lower half of the graphic organizer is for noting similarities and differences between the two.
The organizer helps them focus, I think.I love teaching Romeo and Juliet. I have taught this play for seven of the ten years I have been teaching, and the only reason I didn’t do it for those three is that I was teaching pre-K and middle school, and it wasn’t part of either curriculum.
For example, Tony in "West Side Story" and Romeo in "Romeo and Juliet" fulfill the same role as the young man in love. Notice the characters that seem to be unique to each story . This part of my research identifies the differences, and similarities of Romeo and Juliet, and West Side Story.
A main point that I have noticed is that the differences, haven't been changed to a great extent. robbins has simply, reversed the concept of it.
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Comparison of West Side Story and Romeo and Juliet West Side Story’s characters have a number of similarities with the characters from Romeo and Juliet. The characters are: Romeo and Tony, Juliet and Maria, Mercutio and Riff, and Tybalt and Bernardo. These characters are alike, yet different.
As a follow-up to Tuesday’s post about the majority-minority public schools in Oslo, the following brief account reports the latest statistics on the cultural enrichment of schools in Austria. Vienna is the most fully enriched location, and seems to be in roughly the same situation as Oslo.
Many thanks to Hermes for the translation from regardbouddhiste.com