warm-ups: drawing the outline; reflection question–You see yourself best, when you notice how others respond to you. Agree or disagree.
start reading Caesar (1.1.1-1.2.186):
Beat 1: cobbler joke / get off the street (why?)
Hinge: we make holiday
You ungrateful stones (opinion of selves and others)
Beat 2: guilty stones all
Disrobe the images (why?)
Beat 3: beware, Caesar, the Ides of March
Beat 4: what’s wrong, Brutus? (at war with himself)
I’ll be your glass
What do you want?
Who is this Caesar?
I will listen further
HW: start chart for Brutus and Cassius—Who am I? What are my primary responsibilities to myself and community? (watch Cassius’s use of pathos and logos)