“Romeo and Juliet” Diary

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“A Midsummer Night’s Dream” Diary
You will write a diary of events as either Hermia, Helena, Bottom, Titania or Oberon.
This diary will include at least 5 paragraph-length entries (if not more) that discuss the most
important events of the play, and will give the reader a clear window into the mind of your
chosen character. Marks will be given for presentation as well as content.
GIVENS:
- entries written as the chosen character (“I” feel this, “I” did that…)
- minimum 5 entries (I per act), more will be received favourably
- project is presented in diary style (not as a formal essay)
- creative use of language (does not have to be Shakespearean, but must be thoughtful and
demonstrate a wide and descriptive vocabulary.
I recommend referring to your scene summaries for ideas on what to include. Look at the play
from your character’s perspective – how did he or she feel?
Final Project Criteria
Marked on a 1-5 scale (1 being unsatisfactory, 5
being excellent)
Content:
Clear focus with accurate and well supported
information.
Style:
Creativity and imagination have been used.
Makes use of figurative language (imagery, metaphor,
simile, allusion, etc…)
Presentation:
The work is professional looking, neat, well-finished
and complete.
Communication:
Clearly demonstrates an understanding of the play’s
themes and messages.
Mechanics:
Evidence of editing and careful work.
Overall Impression
Total Marks
/30
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