OTHELLO TEST REVIEW Topics For Study The Test 4 Parts Part 1: Identify and define the significance of 5 of 8 terms. This means 1 point for the definition and 2 points for why it is important. Part 2: Short Answer Questions: There are 2! You must do both. Be sure to do EXACTLY what the question says. Part 3: Sight Passage: Read the Passage Carefully. Answer All questions. Part 4: Essay: Write a 5 paragraph essay on 1 of 2 topics. Make sure you have a thesis, introduction, 3 paragraphs with evidence to support your claims and a conclusion. You do not need quotations, but you do need examples. Reputation • How are the following character’s reputation's damaged in • • • • • the play? What is the significance of this? Othello: Cassio: Iago: Brabanito: Desdemona: Jealousy • Compare and Contrast the causes and effects of Jealousy between: Othello and Iago. Be sure to include direct quotes that you explain in your answer. • What is the overall message regarding jealousy as demonstrated by Shakespeare. Science • How does Iago use science and the scientific method to ‘prove’ to Othello that his wife is unfaithful. • Can you provide another instance where the scientific method is used in the play to give evidence to something? Why was it effective? Why was it untrue? Women in The Play Fill in the T-Chart by asking TWO (2) Feminist Questions of the Three women in the play. Question 1. 2. Desdemona Emilia Bianca Symbols and Motifs • Identify and Define the Significance of the following: • The Handkerchief: • Monsters: • Brabanzio: • Clown: • Lodovico: • Willow: • Cyprus REMEMBER!! • There are things not here that are on the test! This is just a suggestion as to what you should study. Some things here will not be on the test. In other words. Study all PowerPoints, Notes from the board, assignments, and activities.