Then students act the passage to notice how Shakespeare stage manages this moment, and consider what perspective his making the lovers almost literally "kiss by the book" lends to our perception of their characters. Goals : Conduct Internet research; Create artistic illustrations of historical research; Comprehend reading material; Understand & appreciate Shakespearean drama; Perform Shakespearean drama; Comprehend, analyze, and explain literary devices; Compose an expository essay and develop three subtopics; Cooperative learning and peer evaluation; Compose a multimedia project; Post efforts on a class designed web page.Finally, students enact the scene in which this moment occurs, in order to notice how Shakespeare combines poetic forms, ranging from the almost-prose of Capulet and the Nurse to the melodramatic style of Tybalt, to achieve something akin to the cuts and framing that are possible in film. Give students global recognition and build self esteem.[Visited 14 December 2005] The objective of this lesson is to make students aware of the differences between their ideal mate and their parents' idea of a perfect mate for them. It is designed for slow learners, but not limited to slow learners.By articulating these differences, students will be more likely to accept the themes represented in Romeo & Juliet when we read the play shortly after completing the lesson. The suggested teaching time for this unit is eight to ten weeks. The feuding Montagues and Capulets in old Verona may raise the question of family loyalty. Is individuality within the family as important as family unity and strength?The next morning they came with twenty-five more students. New York World-Telegram & Sun Photograph Collection, Prints and Photographs Division.Two weeks later similar demonstrations had spread to several cities, within a year similar peaceful demonstrations took place in over a hundred cities North and South. Reproduction Number: LC-USZ62-114749 (9-9) Courtesy of CORBIS The Freedom Riders of the early 1960s, organized by the Congress of Racial Equality (CORE), rode through the South seeking integration of the bus, rail, and airport terminals.In 1960 four freshmen from North Carolina Agricultural and Technical College in Greensboro strolled into the F. Woolworth store and quietly sat down at the lunch counter.
Domestic violence often refers to violence between spouses, or spousal abuse but can also include cohabitants and non-married intimate partners.
At Shaw University in Raleigh, North Carolina, the students formed their own organization, the Student Non-Violent Coordinating Committee (SNCC, pronounced "Snick"). This Associated Press release, authored by Sid Moody, includes a map and an exceptionally descriptive text that illustrates the routes taken and the history behind the freedom rides.
The students' bravery in the face of verbal and physical abuse led to integration in many stores even before the passage of the Civil Rights Act of 1964. Together, the map and text record the individual cities visited, when and where violence occurred, and how many Freedom Riders were arrested.
Teachers will be able to introduce students to the joys of reading the well known classic, ROMEO and JULIET. Students will be able to sort out their own sense of family. How is individuality developed without a lost of family loyalty?
It includes discussion questions, questionnaires of facts, vocabulary study, lesson plans, and lists of books, films, and recordings for both teachers and students. [Visited 12 December 2005.] Experiencing Romeo and Juliet is a multimedia approach to the play.