Ending Evaluation

Ending Evaluation

Ending Evaluation

Opening

Now that you’ve finished the entire play, consider the ending. Complete a Quick Write in response to the following questions.

  • What was one problem you had with the ending, and how would you like to change it?
  • Even if you can’t come up with a problem of your own, imagine a small change and consider the difference it might make. How would things be different because of it?

Open Notebook

Be sure to submit your final Much Ado About Nothing Dialectical Journal entries to your teacher.

Theme Discussion Questions

Perfect Paragraph Prompt

Work Time

Choose one of the prompts or questions that interests you and begin to write a Perfect Paragraph in response to it.

When you have a draft of your paragraph, share it with a partner.

  • Can you identify things your partner does well?
  • Can you find places where he or she needs to improve?
  • Once you’ve received feedback on your own paragraph, see if you can make it stronger by using your partner’s suggestions.
  • Hand in your paragraph so your teacher can give you suggestions and comments.

Open Notebook

If you’re having trouble, take another look at the instructions for creating these paragraphs. Go to the next task to find your materials.

Passage Practice

Closing

With the time left in the period, practice your short memorized passage with your partner.

  • Give and take constructive criticism.
  • Use the rubric criteria to give feedback. You’ll find the rubric in the Performance and Prompt Book Project assignment sheet.
  • Your teacher will be evaluating your performance on the basis of your memorization, how easily understood you are, and your interpretation and enthusiasm.
  • Talk about your memorization strategies, and share anything that’s been working well for you.