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Quijote diariodelectura ficha. Don Quijote de la Mancha de Agustín Sánchez. Desde la biblioteca del Instituto Cervantes de Milán os presentamos algunos de los libros que pensamos puedan interesaros sobre nuestro amigo Quijote y os invitamos a visitarnos personal o virtualmente.

Don Quijote de la Mancha de Agustín Sánchez

Esta semana os presentamos la edición de Don Quijote de la Mancha de Agustín Sánchez Aguilar con las bellísimas ilustraciones de Vassilev Svetlin. Es esta una adaptación que se puede utilizar en la escuela puesto que el editor ha añadido notas al pie de página y también ha confeccionado algunas actividades que se incluyen al final del libro. Os dejamos un enlace a una muestra del libro en la que se incluyen las primeras páginas y algunas de las actividades finales. Es de la editorial Vicens Vives que ha realizado varias adaptaciones para distintas edades y niveles de complejidad. El editor tiene también adaptaciones de otros clásicos españoles. La autora tiene numerosas publicaciones sobre el tema, algunas de las cuales se pueden consultar en la página de Dialnet. Me gusta: Muestra Quijote Cucana.

El Quijote, variaciones. Una vez acabado de desayunar en la venta, ñam, ñam, ñam, don Quijote y Sancho bajaron al establo, cloc, cloc, cloc, a buscar al caballo, iii, iii, y al borrico, ioo, ioo. - ¡Sancho!

El Quijote, variaciones

Quijote diariolectura. Preguntas Examen Libro Romeo y Julieta. IJ00211301 1. Juliet vs Laura: Analyzing Sonnet Structure in Romeo and Juliet. Juliet vs Laura: Analyzing Sonnet Structure in Romeo and Juliet. Romeojuliet. Romeo and Juliet Lesson Plans - Love at First Sonnet: Romeo and Juliet Meet. Folger RomeoandJuliet. Romeo and Juliet: The Balcony Scene (Act 2, Scene 2)

Learning outcomes Students will: identify and interpret figurative language. compare and contrast text with scenes from two clips of two different adaptations.

Romeo and Juliet: The Balcony Scene (Act 2, Scene 2)

Teacher planning Time required for lesson 2 days Materials/resources Textbook or other source containing Romeo and Juliet (Act 2, Scene 2) 1996 version of Romeo and Juliet (Baz Luhrmann version) forwarded to the balcony scene 1968 version of Romeo and Juliet (Franco Zeffirelli) forwarded to the balcony scene Paper/pencil per student Review Questions Venn Diagram Worksheet (Note: you will also need an overhead of this sheet) Textual Analysis Technology resources Overhead Projector Access to TV and VCR/DVD player Possible need for cassette for Novice Low LEP student. Pre-activities Background information on Shakespeare Background information on the Montague/Capulet battle Reading/discussion of Act 1, Scene 1 - Act 2, Scene 1 of Romeo and Juliet Activities I always begin class with a journal entry.

Assessment Take up the Venn-Diagram sheets. Romeo and Juliet Lesson Plans. Romeo and Juliet Navigator:Links to Lesson Plans from the Folger Shakespeare Library Romeo and Juiet . . .

Romeo and Juliet Lesson Plans

Unfinished Business? How do we know when our students are aware of the thoughts and motivations of the characters they read about? In this lesson, students will use their knowledge and analysis of the characters to produce a "cross-fire" show where characters interview one another in a discussion format. . . . "This lesson will take three 45-minute class periods. 17th Century Pick-up Lines: "Your words like musick please me" Even in the 17th century, people used lines to get dates and inspire love. 17th Century Rules of Marriage Students often ask questions about marriage in Shakespeare's day. "A rich jewel in an Ethiop's ear:" original line or familiar find? Today students will examine a primary source document from 1684 that includes many of the same lines found in Romeo's speech to Juliet in 1.5.

"Any Man That Can Write May Answer a Letter" Cervantes y Shakespeare en el IV centenario de su muerte. The Tragedy of Romeo and Juliet. A Quick Synopsis of The Tragedy of Romeo and Juliet (Contains Plot Spoilers) The Tragedy of Romeo and Juliet is about two star­-crossed lovers from feuding families, who take their own lives.

The Tragedy of Romeo and Juliet

Through a series of unfortunate events, fate and chance turn against the lovers. Romeo, a Montague, and Juliet, a Capulet, meet at a party thrown by Juliet’s family. Romeo only attends because his friend says it will help Romeo get over a girl, Rosaline. Romeo had loved Rosilane, but she rejected him. Using Friar Lawrence and Juliet’s Nurse as intermediaries, wedding plans commence. Juliet finds out that Romeo has killed her cousin and is devastated, not by the loss of life, but over the banishment of her lover.

The plan is for Romeo to wake her in her tomb, and take her away with him. Romeo and Juliet IF Reel to Real resource Final. Romeo and Juliet Lesson Plans. Teacher Guide to Romeo and Juliet by William ShakespeareHow might students use storyboards to demonstrate and to extend their learning?

Romeo and Juliet Lesson Plans

Check the resources here. Includes essential questions, plot diagram, character maps, Aristotelian elements of the tragic hero, conflict analysis, themes, symbolis, and motifs, more. Note: Storyboard That helps sponsor this site. The Tragedy of Romeo and Juliet. The Ultimate Romeo&Juliet/Globe Theatre/ Vocab Quiz!!! flashcards. In Search of Shakespeare . Juliet Trumps Laura: Shakespeare and the Petrarchan Sonnet. "How could a guy love a person they had only seen once?

In Search of Shakespeare . Juliet Trumps Laura: Shakespeare and the Petrarchan Sonnet

In a church? " asked Arturo, a student in my tenth-grade English class. We were finishing the first act of "Romeo and Juliet" and, as a prelude to Romeo and Juliet's first meeting at the ball. I had just explained that Francesco Petrarch (1304-74) was responsible for establishing certain ideas about love-relationships. He wrote more than 300 sonnets addressed to an idealized lady named Laura, with whom he had never even had a conversation. I asked Arturo if he knew of any popular songs about being crazy in love with someone who didn't know you existed, someone you had no hope of even getting to know.

There's a lot more that could be said about Petrarch, but I added only that he and others often expressed love in terms of religion, and that this convention was still around too.