EH II Honors
Othello Study Guide--You should use this as you read the text of Othello by William Shakespeare. It includes drama terms you will be responsible for as well as plot summaries, maps, and lots of useful stuff. Use it throughout the unit.
Othello Critical Thinking Questions-- These are all the questions you will be required to answer for each act of the play. It also includes plot summaries to help you understand the acts and answer the questions. You will need to use the study guide to answer your questions as well as your copy of the play.
Othello--the play by William Shakespeare. You will be given a copy of this in class. It is not in your textbook.
No Fear Shakespeare--use this site to help you understand the language of the play. It gives you the original language in a side-by-side view with a modern translation. It is VERY GOOD.
EH I GT
We will study The Tragedy of Romeo and Juliet. You will find it in your textbook. We will use the classrooom set at school and you will use your copy at home. However, I am including a copy of the e-text here. There are helpful notations, etc. here as well as in the margins of your text. Click here for the Romeo and Juliet e-text.
Romeo and Juliet study guide-- This is a good tool for understanding the play. It contains a list of characters, plot summary, themes, important quotes and some questions for thought, etc.
Who's Who-- A fun little matching game fo rsome of the characters. Try it and see what you know!
Virtual tour of Verona-- Take the tour and learn about the home of Romeo and Juliet
No Fear Shakespeare--use this site to help you better understand the language of the play. It gives you the originla lnaguage in a side-by-side view with a modern translation. It is VERY GOOD.