Act 1 Scene 1: Witches heat upon the heath at twilight planning to meet Macbeth.

Act 1 Scene 2: The title of Cawdor has been passed on to Macbeth.

Act 1 Scene 3: The witches told Macbeth that he was going to be Thane of Cawdor but he didn’t believe him and then later Ross comes and tell him that he the Thane of Glamis, the Thane of Cawdor and the king.

Act 1 Scene 4: Duncan was just called the Prince of Cumberland but Macbeth heard from the witches that he is suppose to be the Prince of Cumberland.

Act 1 Scene 5: Lady Macbeth summons the evil spirits to come in her and to help her kill Duncan but Macbeth is not too sure so then Lady Macbeth told him that she will handle it.

Act 1 Scene 6: Lady Macbeth greeted Duncan but Duncan only wants to be with Macbeth so he tells Lady Macbeth to go away.

Act 1 Scene 7: Macbeth does not want to murder Duncan but then Lady Macbeth comes in and persuades him and follow the plan to murder Duncan.

Act 2 Scene 1: Macbeth was talking about how he was going to kill Duncan, he got a dagger and after the bell rung he is going to kill Duncan with the dagger.

Act 2 Scene 2: Macbeth killed Duncan but then he is scared to think of what he did. Lady Macbeth tells him to put the daggers on the guards so it looks like they did it but then Macbeth does not move so Lady Macbeth has to do it herself, the she hears knocking and tells Macbeth to go wash his hands but he does not move so she has to push him.

Act 2 Scene 3: The porter opens the door and they found out the Duncan was dead so Macbeth killed the guards saying that he was so angry that they killed Duncan and then the sons of Duncan said that they were not safe there so they decided to flee.

Act 2 Scene 4: Since Malcolm and Dolobain ran away they were suspicious that they killed Duncan so now the title of king has been rewarded to Macbeth.

Act 3 Scene 1: Macbeth tells the murderers to kill Banquo and his son.

Act 3 Scene 2: Lady Macbeth says that they have not gotten anything since after they killed Duncan and it is still not enough, then Macbeth tells Lady Macbeth that he has hired murderers to kill Banquo and Fleance but tells her not to worry about it.

Act 3 Scene 3: There is a third murderer that joined the other two and they kill Banquo and Banquo tells Fleance to run for his life and the third murderer kills the other two.

Act 3 Scene 4: Macbeth finds out the Fleance escaped he goes to the dinner and hallucinates and sees Banquo’s ghost and he has scared his guests off he has to go fine the weird sisters and his wife says he needs more sleep.

Act 3 Scene 5: Macbeth goes to see the witches and they tell him to watch for macduff, he cannot be harmed by someone born by a woman, and if the woods go to his castle he could be hurt.

Act 3 Scene 6: The two lords came together and talked about how Fleance escaped and they also talked about Macbeth.

Act 4 Scene 1: THe lords tell Macbeth that Macduff has fled to England so he says that he is going to kill everyone in the castle.

Act 4 Scene 2: Lady Macduff is mad because her husband left her and the children without telling her, then the messenger comes and tells them that someone is going to kill them and to flee but Lady Macduff thinks that she did nothing wrong and the murderers come and kill her son

Act 4 Scene 3: Macduff meets Malcolm and Malcolm tests Macduff to see if he is a traitor and he passes the test, then Macduff finds out that everyone in his castle is killed so he swore he would get revenge on Macbeth.

Act 5 Scene 1: Lady Macbeth is sleepwalking so her helper called the doctor and when she reveals what she has done and who has been killed the doctor said that it is beyond his practice and to ask forgiveness from God.

Act 5 Scene 2: The rebels are waiting for the army and they find out that Macbeth is in the castle and they are ready to go.

Act 5 Scene 3: Macbeth is feeling confident because of the three premonitions but then the doctor says that his wife cannot be cured because it is not a disease and the doctor does not want to go back there again.

Act 5 Scene 4: The people are using Birnam wood as camouflage.

Act 5 Scene 5: Macbeth finds out that his wife commit suicide, and messenger said that he saw birnam wood moving and he said that if he dies he will die in battle.

Act 5 Scene 6: Malcolm and Macduff gather and throw down their leafy screens.

Act 5 Scene 7: Macbeth kills the young soldier.

Act 5 Scene 8: Macduff comes and kills Macbeth and Fleance shows up because he was going to be king next because the witches say that Banquos son was going to be king.


Identity, racism, stereotypes, and prejudice

What did you learn about identity, stereotypes, prejudice, and racism?

I learned that, a lot of the times, people are judged by their identity and race and when people judge other people they connect them back to stereotypes or prejudice. I also learned that they all kind of link back to each other and how one affects another.


In what ways did your ideas change from the initial lesson when we created word webs on the white boards?

I think that I have learned a lot more since the beginning because in the beginning, we had the basic ideas about each one, and later on we learned more about what the meaning of each was and to think deeper into the meaning of the word and how they link back together and how they affect each other.


How does race shape the way we see ourselves and others?

Race shape the way we see ourselves and others because people could think that since people look different they could think that there could be a better race just because they look different or what traits they have. It also shapes us because you could have grown up in believing something about another race because your family believes that or something could have happened to make you think that way.


To what extent do our ideas about race influence the choices we make?

I think that the ideas about different races influence the choices we make because people could have false assumptions about a race that is bad or that is rude, since people think that they tend to stay away from that race. It also influences the choices we make because you could think that your race is more superior than another’s so you make them fell inferior by making fun of them or disrespecting them.

Tuff Time

The Outsiders

March 19, 2015

Chapter 3

Are the Socs and Greasers really that different? Why? Why not?

I think that they are not all that different because they are both similar because the only thing that makes them kind of different is the clothes they wear like the madras that the Socs wear and the greased back hair that the Greasers have. Another difference is the feelings they feel, because Socs don’t mean half of the thing that they are meaning to say and Greasers feel too much, other than that there is not much of a difference between Socs and Greasers.


Are there any connections you can make to any of their characters and/or their situations?

I think that I can kind of connect with Johnny because when he said that his parents beat him up and get mad at him, my parent also get really mad at me at times and pretend that I’m not there, but my parents don’t beat me up or at all, it’s just that sometimes they are either so mad that they pretend that I’m not there or that they are really busy.

Government Unit Reflection

During the government unit I think that I did fine because in the first part of the unit I did well but in the second part of the unit I didn’t do very well on the tests. I think that next time I would take more notes and I would study earlier to make sure that I am prepared for the test and to ask questions if I don’t understand something.  The study strategies that have worked for me are taking notes and reviewing them and making sure to review the notes before the test so that I wouldn’t forget anything. The study strategies that did not work for me are studying a lot at a time instead of studying a little every night. Next time for a test I will take notes and study a little every night and review my notes before the test.


Abstract Summative

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For these photos I used different compositions. For the first one it was pattern because the leaf has a pattern. For the second one there is an angle to the picture but it is also a portrait because there is a person and you can their face. For the third one it was also a portrait because it is also another picture of a person’s face and it is front on. I think that the mood that I’m trying to convey for the first one is probably calmness because the leaf can symbolize peace and calm. For the other two pictures I think that the mood is happiness because as you can see the person in the photograph is smiling bringing a happy mood. I think that the three most important elements in creating a abstract photo is the angle the placement of objects and lighting. I think that the angle is important because in some angles can seem more abstract than other angles. I think that the placement of objects because that also effects how abstract you want the picture to be because you can make it more or less abstract. Last I think that the lighting because the lighting controls what you can and cannot see in the pictures, it can also make one part of the picture the main part if it is lighter for example.

Abstract Photographs

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This is the first photo taken ever. This photo was taken by Joseph Nicéphore Niépce (a French inventor) out of the window from Le Gras in France in 1826. 



Summative Task Portraits

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In these portraits there are many compositional rules that apply but one of the most common one is the rule of thirds. The rule of thirds come in these pictures because on the first photo the person is in the middle and the tree is on the left line of the rule of thirds grid. In the middle the person is in the center of the photograph. On the right the main focus is in the middle and the right part of the photograph. I think that the three most important elements in a photograph are lighting, placement of the objects and proportions of frame. I think that lighting is important because the lighting controls how much you are allowing the viewer to see and what they can’t. I think that placement of objects are important because depending on where you place you object(s) in the photograph, you can tell which is the main part of the photo or just the background of the photo. Last, I think that proportions of frame is important because again you are controlling what the viewer can see and cannot see.

Photographic Story 1

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This picture had been taken by Steve McCurry who is a journalist. He took this picture of an Afghanistan girl in a concentration camp is Afghanistan. In December 1984, Afghanistan was five years into a bloody civil war between the Soviet Union, which sought to maintain a Marxist government there, and anti-government Islamic rebels called mujahideen. He was touring a refugee camp in Afghanistan and he saw this 12-year old girl and took a picture.