08 Nov

We will analyze and paraphrase Shakespeare’s archaic language by

  • Analyze sonnets – We will read and paraphrase two of Shakespeare’s sonnets
  • Create Compliments
  • Create your own Sonnets
  • Complete PreRead survey
  • Create Insults


If we have time we will begin to take notes on literary devices within R and J


Posted by on November 8, 2011 in Curriculum


2 responses to “Wednesday

  1. vrburton

    November 9, 2011 at 2:35 pm

    Thou beslubbering beef-witted miscreant.
    Thou tottering shard-borne mumble-news.
    Thou pribbling earth-vexing flap-dragon.
    Thou yeasty hasty-witted clack-dish.
    Thou pottle-deep death-token.
    Thou jarring folly-fallen maggot-pie.
    Thou unmuzzled common-kissing miscreant.

  2. Ms. Burton (@TweetsfromMsB)

    November 9, 2011 at 2:41 pm

    Thou yeasty weather-bitten wagtail.
    Thou fobbing hedge-born dewberry.
    Thou puny onion-eyed pigeon-egg.
    Thou surly shard-borne ratsbane.
    Thou gorbellied dismal-dreaming malt-worm


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