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This week\’s lesson is a continuation of the play Othello. Objectives Analyze, interpret, and evaluate a variety of texts for the ethical and logical uses of evidence. The student will be able to a. demonstrate an understanding of appropriate literary works, including genres such as short fiction, poetry, and drama; b. identify literary and rhetorical elements, including plot and structure, viewpoint, characterization, style, setting, and atmosphere;

Description
This week\’s lesson is a continuation of the play Othello.
Objectives
Analyze, interpret, and evaluate a variety of texts for the ethical and logical uses of evidence. The student will be able to
a. demonstrate an understanding of appropriate literary works, including genres such as short fiction, poetry, and drama;
b. identify literary and rhetorical elements, including plot and structure, viewpoint, characterization, style, setting, and atmosphere;
c. analyze use of style and literary devices such as figurative language, rhythm, and language patterns;
d. respond to literature with rational judgments supported by evidence;
e. evaluate critical analyses of texts;
f. employ standard critical approaches and terminology.

Next Steps
1. Read Acts 3-4 of Othello. (Note: I have made a change to the syllabus reading schedule. We will finish Othello in next week\’s lesson.)
Homework – Othello Acts 3 and 4

Act 3
Act 3 is a pivotal act in the play Othello as Othello becomes more emotionally unstable as the play progresses. What are at least 3 examples of Othello’s unstable behavior and how does his changed behavior impact his relationships with other characters? Be sure that you use direct quotes from the text to support your answers. Please write at least a 300 word response to this question.
Be sure that you cite the lines from the play using the following MLA format in the parenthetical citation (This is the parenthesis that follows the sentence that the direct quote is found in)- Act. Scene. Line number. Periods will separate each element in the citation. For example: In the play Othello, shares his emotional state when he says, \”“Excellent wretch! Perdition catch my soul But I do love thee! And when I love thee not, Chaos is come again” (3. 2.14). For more information about parenthetical citations, visit the Purdue Online Writing Center website.

Act 4
Your assignment is to select songs that you believe describe the actions of selected characters or themes in 2 scenes in Act 4. For example, in Act 4, Scene 2, Othello directly accuses Desdemona of cheating. The song, “Wish I Didn’t know Now” by Toby Keith applies to this scene because it describes the Othello’s mindset about Desdemona.
You only have to select one song for two scenes. Please write at least 200 words for each scene where you specifically state the song lyrics and explain your song choice. Please give the song title and artist as part of your answer. In your explanation, use specific lyrics from the song. In addition, use specific lines from the Act 4 in your answer that connect to the song lyrics.

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