JOURNAL TOPIC: [today's tunes: "Messin' With The Kid" by the Blues Brothers; "You Turned The Tables On Me" by Anita O'Day & Oscar Peterson; "Let Your Conscience Be Your Guide" by Marvin Gaye]
Hamlet suspects that he is being dealt with falsely, but still he assumes that Claudius has a conscience and will show his guilt on his face. Why? Do you agree? How do people manufacture "truths" that are clearly unsupported by facts? What makes a person believable? How can you tell when someone is telling the truth or covering it up?
1. Journal/check literature analysis books
2. This week's vocabulary: good news/bad news
3. Discuss Hamlet: Act II
1. Study Hamlet's "To be, or not to be" soliloquy (to be memorized by Monday 10/10)
2. Read literature analysis book