Objective: Students will consider the significance of the exposition revealed in Act 1.
1) In small groups, students will choose any point of exposition revealed in Act 1 and discuss its significance to the events of the act. Groups will share their ideas with the whole class.
2) As a whole class, students will list as many examples of exposition from Act 1 as possible. Students will discuss the significance of each point to the events of the Act.
3) Individually, students will write a paragraph identifying any single point of exposition revealed in Act 1 as the most significant to the events of the act. Students will share their paragraphs with the whole class.
4) For homework, students will create the beginning of a plot chart identifying all exposition apparent in Act 1, and using specific examples to support their ideas.
5) For homework, students will write a one-page journal describing the significance of any point...
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