Moore E-12 Final
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Early Modern English: The language of the ___________.
Shakespear only had a(n) ________ grade education.
A(n) ____________________________ did not yet exist.
English grammer rules were _______________.
Shakespeare is credited for the introduction of nearly ________ words into the English language and dictionary.
His vocalbulary numbers over ________ words.
The most celebrated authors today average ________ words.
The average college graduate averages ________ words.
Did people in Early Modern England really speak that way?
Shakespear wrote the way that he did for ________ and ________ purposes.
In his work, he creates specific ________.
In his work, he emphasizes ________________.
In his work, he gives a character a specific ________________.
In his work, he establishes the ________.
In his work, he ________ the ________ with ________.
paints/ setting/ words
A scene typically follows this pattern: ________, ________, ________.
subject/ verb/ object
Determine the pattern: I ate the sandwich.
Determine the pattern: I the sandwich ate.
Determine the pattern: Ate the sandwich I.
Determine the pattern: Ate I the sandwich.
Determine the pattern: The sandwich I ate.
Determine the pattern: The sandwich ate I.
Locate the ________, ________, and the ________ of the sentence.
subject/ verb/ object (local)
The ________ of the sentence is often places at the beginning (the sandwich) in fornt of the ________ (ate) and ________ (I).
object/ verb/ subject
rearrange the words in the order that ________________________(I ate the sandwich).
makes the most sense to you
Born in ________________.
Young man of ________
Married at age 1.________ to ______________ who was ___________________.
Married at age ________ to 2.______________ who was ___________________.
Married at age ________ to ______________ who was 3.___________________.
26 and 3 moths pregnant
the years between 1585 and 1592 is know as the ________________.
In 1592, he moved to ________
After moving, he joined ______________ as a ________, ________, ________, ________, and ________.
Lord Chambelain's Men; writer/ actor/ producer/ theater owner/ director
He wrote ________ plays
38 or 36
All his plays were printed ________ in the ________
his death/ First Folio
He died in ________
burried in ________
Style and motifs
tradition for the common man, word arobics-poetic, introspective, unconventional love, unconventional climb to power, unconventional family, revenge as a chain, man vs. nature vs. fate vs. self
Most ________ and ________ form of poetry in its day... Maybe even today.
Challenge: "...sound as ________, ________, and ________ as possible, without actuallly disclosing anything compromising to anyone outside the ________." (Greenblatt)
intimate/ self revealing/ emotionally vulnerable/ intermost circle
sonnet: ________ lines of ________
14/ iambic pentameter
last two lines of a sonnet are a ________________
A couplet is a pair of ________ lines that are similar in ________ and often ________. Typically it reals a "___________" or elemnt of ________.
successive/ length/ rhyme; punch line/ wit
Penta= greek for the ________________
meter= arrangement of words into ________________________
regularly rythmic lines
Pentameter= a line of
5 regular sets of beats or rhythms
Sounds like the beat of a ________
heart (dee DUM x5)
a line of ________________________
5 iambic feet or iambs
an iambic foot or iamb is an ________ syllable follwed by a ________ syllable
Iambic pentameter is ________ and ________ and has an effect on the listener's ________________________.
percussive/ attractive/ central nervous system
Iambic pentameter follows the natural ________________.
cadence of speech
Iambic pentameter stimulates sensory areas stimulated when ________________________.
listening to music
used a ________________ that is now named after him: The Shakespearean Sonnet
Shakespearean sonnet rhyme scheme: ________________________
abab cdcd efef gg
wrote aseries of ________ sonnets
Dedicated to "the only begetter of these ensuing sonnets, ________________."
Mr. W. H.
For the time, Shakespeare's sonnets were ________.
4 Characters: the ________, the ________, the ________, the ________.
Speaker/ Fair Youth/ Rival Poet/ Dark Lady
Commmon motifs/subjects in Shakespeare's sonnets include ________, ___________, ________________, and ________________.
love/ beauty/the passing of time/ mortality