anonymous
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anonymous
  • anonymous
For this assignment, break the project down into manageable units. 1. First, decide which scene you want to adapt. Do a scene study. Be sure you understand the original point of Shakespeare's scene. To do that, you might want to use an online study guide that offers modern day language rephrasing of Romeo and Juliet. See how the original play sounds in modern day language. 2. Next, think about how you want to adapt the scene. Setting - When and where do you want the new scene to take place? Characters - Will you rename them? Will you change the gender of any of the characters? Are you going to keep them as people or use other types of characters, for example robots or animals? Dialogue - Will you use a special dialect or slang for you characters? Action - The actions should be consistent with your characters Tone and Mood - Will you keep the original tone of the scene or change it? You can make a sad scene funny, or a funny scene sad. It is up to you. When you have your answers to all of the items in step 2 (setting, characters, dialogue, action, tone and mood), copy and paste the information into the assignment box and submit it before you start a required chat with an English teacher. Be prepared to ask and answer questions about your thoughts for your adaptation.
anonymous
  • anonymous
hmm, which Shakespeare work are you required to use, or is it your choice?
anonymous
  • anonymous
romeo and juliet ay scene from the whole book

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anonymous
  • anonymous
hmm, okay. That's actually my favorite one, lol. So, do you have any idea what scene you're going to change?
anonymous
  • anonymous
noooo ijust want to do the easiest one which i thought of when juliete was on the balcony but icnt do that one cos it was the example:( but idont know ineed ideas on how to
anonymous
  • anonymous
You could re-write the scene where Romeo and Juiliet die! You could bring in aliens, or robots, or something fun like that and have it be a dramatic, over the top death where he's killed by a robot and she comes back to find his dead body, so in a fit of rage she becomes the 'robot slayer' and you could have it be a cliffhanger. Cliff hangers really excite English teachers, trust me!
anonymous
  • anonymous
oooooo thats sounds actually pretty good tomii ithink im giong to use that after i write it can i message you the story and see if i can make improvements or changes?
anonymous
  • anonymous
of course!!! :D I absolutely would love that, betta'ing is one of my favorite activities!! :)
anonymous
  • anonymous
ah okay thanks ill hit you up when im done with the scene
anonymous
  • anonymous
alrighty!
anonymous
  • anonymous
When is the portfolio due?
anonymous
  • anonymous
I'm signing off for the day, but I'll get an email when you send me a message and can quickly hop back on and give it a look over if you finish it today :D

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