Lesson 12: Monologue, Soliloquy, Aside 1. We will then go over your quizzes from last class. 2. Pick up packet 2 and start filling in the images for the vocabulary terms BR: Vocabulary (adj) next to My neighbor’s house is adjacent to ours. (n) union An alliance quickly formed while they were on the game show. Adjacent Alliance Conjure Discourse Doff (v) to summon Sometimes the teacher thinks her students conjure up plans to make her life miserable. (v) to talk or He likes to engage in communicate lively discourse with his vistors. (v) to remove He doffed his cap as he introduced himself. BR: Vocabulary Peril Procure (n) danger; risk (v) to obtain She managed to procure a ticket to the concert. (n) hatred She answered her accusers calmly and without rancor. (v) to keep It is my hope that you retain an understanding of these words for your test! Rancor Retain Woe You will be in great peril if you do not step back from that ledge. (n) sadness; grief The city’s traffic woes are well-known. Pre-AP Term Review With a partner: In Act 1 Scene 5, find 1 example of each of the following: 1. Allusion 2. Consonance 3. Assonance 4. Enjambment • Verbally: Explain how each piece of figurative language enhances the mood or meaning. Skills: Monologue A monologue is a _________________ by a character. Other characters appear on stage while the person delivering the monologue is on stage. Skills: Soliloquy A soliloquy is a special type of monologue where the character ____________________________. Skills: Aside An aside is a comment made by a character that is heard by the ____________________________ or another character but is not heard by ____________________________. Skills Practice • Open your books to Page 724 (2.2.1-25) 1) What does the parenthetical citation mean? (2.2.1-25) Skills Practice • Who is speaking? • Is this a monologue or a soliloquy? Explain. • From page 725, write the Act number, scene number, and line number (correctly formatted) where an aside is made. Write out the line spoken as an aside. Act 2, Ho! Narrator: Open books to page 723! Scenes I and II Parts today will be: Benvolio: Chorus: Mercutio: Romeo: Juliet: Break it DOWN! (Convince Me) Okay honestly, what is your opinion SO FAR of the romance you see between Romeo & Juliet! In ONLY two paragraphs, write a convincing argument to say 1. This is the greatest love story of all time because__________ (and convince your audience). 2. This is the stupidest love story of all time because______________ (and convince your audience). Honors Homework • Read scenes 3 & 4 tonight! • Come ready to answer questions over each scene. Do corresponding packet work.