Performance Reflection

Performance Reflection

Final Performance Preparation

Opening

Get together with your group and make sure you are ready to go. If you have any last-minute questions or concerns, this is your chance to address them.

Performance Debrief

Closing

With your class, discuss the performances that happened today.

  • What did you learn from performing and watching these scenes?
  • What was easy for you, and what was more difficult?
  • Were there any surprises along the way?
  • Did this performing and watching give you further appreciation for Shakespeare and his work?

Unit Reflection

Homework

Write a reflection on this unit. This should take a narrative form and address the following points.

  • What can you do independently now that you couldn’t do before?
  • What new areas of knowledge have you acquired?
  • Has this unit made you think differently from the way you did at the beginning with regard to the Guiding Questions on humor, gender roles, reputation, leadership, and how we judge people?

Finally, answer the Guiding Questions using what you've learned during the unit to inform your answers.

  • What are society's expectations with regard to gender roles?
  • Does humor transcend time? Do we share the same sense of humor as our ancestors?
  • What makes a good leader? A good father? A good friend?
  • How important is reputation?

When you finish responding to these questions, submit your writing to your teacher.

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