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Julius Caesar

Julius Caesar Reading Schedule

 

 

 

Act & Scene Reviewed

Dialectical Journal Entries

Date

Act 1 (Movie)

1

10/03/17

1.2 (Dumb Show)

1

10/04/17

2.1 (Ladder & Adder)

1

10/05/17 & 10/06/17

1.2 – 2.2 (Ethos, Pathos, & Logos)

X

10/09/17

2.3 – 3.1 (Caesar’s Death)

1

10/16/17 & 10/17/17

3.1 (Dogs of War)

1

10/18/17 & 10/19/17

3.2 (Brutus’ Speech)

1

10/24/17

3.2 (Antony’s Speech)

1

10/26/17

3.3 – 4.3 (Caesar’s Ghost)

2

10/30/17 & 10/31/17

Act 5 (The End/Tragic Hero)

2

11/01/17

Julius Caesar Discussion/Work on performances

X

11/02/17 & 11/03/17

Julius Caesar Performance

X

11/06/17 & 11/07/17

Julius Caesar In-class essay/test

X

11/08/17

Finish performances & Wrap-up

X

11/09/17

 

 

Listed above is the schedule for when we are reviewing important scenes in class.  Make sure you have read (at least once) the scenes up to and including the one listed for class.  For example, have all of Act I read by 10/02/17.  One of the keys to understanding Shakespeare is rereading the text and using additional information, i.e. the notes in your edition of Julius Caesar.  You will respond in dialectical journals to increase understanding.

Pre-reading

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Act I

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Act II

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ACT III

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Act IV

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The End

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Julius Caesar Test Review

Julius Caesar In-class Essay Review

 

Things to study for the in-class essay:

  • The modes of persuasion: ethos, pathos, & logos
  • How the modes of persuasion are used in:
    • Cassius persuading Brutus to join the conspiracy 1.2 – 2.1
    • Calphurnia persuading Caesar to stay home 2.2
    • Decius Brutus persuading Caesar to go to the Capital 2.2
    • Who is a better persuader:  Calphurnia or Decius?
    • Brutus speaking at Caesar’s funeral 3.2
    • Antony speaking at Caesar’s funeral 3.2
    • Who is a better persuader:  Brutus or Antony?
  • Students will receive a question to respond to on the day of the in-class essay.

 

Additional Information:

  • Students may create a one-sided, handwritten 8 1/2 x 11 "cheat sheet" to use on the essay.
  • Students may also use their books.

 

Julius Caesar Folger Edition

Julius Caesar Folger Edition

Julius Caesar Movie

Julius Caesar Movie

Scene Summaries

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