1. Warming up with our grammar mini lesson of the week: How to write a proper e-mail to your teacher or boss
- Click here to hear what goes through a teacher's mind when he or she reads a bad e-mail.
- Click here for a sample professional e-mail.
2. Understanding the purpose and expectations of Acting Companies
3. Gathering together with ye acting companies to prepare scenes from Act 3
Acting Company #1: Act 3, scene 1, lines 1-51 ("Bring them before us")
Acting Company #2: Act 3, scene 1, lines 52 ("To be thus is nothing) - end of scene.
Acting Company #3: Act 3, scene 2 (all)
Acting Company #4: Act 3, scene 3 (all)
Acting Company #5: Act 3, scene 4, lines 1-103 ("Than such a murder is.")
Acting Company #6: Act 3, scene 4, lines 104 ("My worthy lord") - end of scene.
1. Before Thursday, please send a professional e-mail a teacher. It can be a made-up e-mail to me if you're just doing it for practice, but if you actually need to ask a teacher, coach, or boss something, go ahead and send it to them and copy me into the e-mail.
2. Create word traces tonight and tomorrow for Act 3; you may wish to use the Harvard Concordance link on my website.
2. Complete any tasks assigned by your acting company.