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Folger Community Conversation: Teaching Literature During COVID-19 - Shared screen with speaker view
Skip Nicholson
19:16
In love with you!
Patricia Ruth
19:34
Back at ya, Skip!
Elizabeth Schmitt
20:58
It's okay, I just started the brisket.
Larry Reiff
21:18
Seder start after this Zoom!
Sarah Heilbronner
21:21
Same! Smells amazing at the moment!
Folger Education
22:02
Welcome first-year teachers!!
Mary Feagley
22:11
25 years here!
Lori Favela
22:19
You have many resources here first year teachers! Welcome!
Liz Campbell
22:22
I’m not a first-year teacher, but I have a student-teacher intern right now. She’s doing such a great job dealing with all of this!
Folger Education
25:14
Todd, you're up next!
Jack Bathke
25:32
I’d like to share something
Samantha Gifford
25:40
Me too, please!
Lori Favela
26:12
NOELLE- I’m starting after Easter! We need to chat!
Folger Education
26:25
Jack, then Samantha
Mary Feagley
26:47
Great connection!
Noelle Patel
26:51
Hi Lori! My friend Lindsay is on the call too and we both have lots to share and lots to learn
Lori Favela
27:50
Looking forward to it!
Noelle Patel
28:34
Lori my email is npatel@vineland.org
Lori Favela
28:49
Noelle- I’ll email you! Thanks!
Liz Campbell
29:59
Same here, Samantha
Corinne Viglietta
30:30
Our Folger-DC Public School distance learning plans are online for free-- for Romeo, Othello, and Hamlet. Links are in this convo and on our COVID-19 page.
Brigid Hogan
30:31
My team is doing both those plays right now, it is possible!!
Folger Education
30:33
Larry, I see your hand!
Lili Lipp
30:35
can I take a turn?
Folger Education
30:38
And Patricia too.
Corinne Viglietta
30:40
You've got this!
Corinne Viglietta
31:09
Yes, Brigid-- you're part of the fab DCPS community taking the Folger units to distance learning
Folger Education
31:11
Lili too
Noelle Patel
31:20
OMG so true Larry
Elizabeth Schmitt
31:24
Raising my hand
Lori Favela
31:39
Larry what does your shirt say?
Noelle Patel
32:42
That sounds so fun!!! Radical re-write??
Amy Eubanks
32:43
Curious how much time everyone is allotted for their subject each week?
Larry Reiff
32:47
“Mercutio Drew First” Star Wars/Shakespeare Joke. Mega Nerd
Lori Favela
33:06
Larry- hahahaha!
Liz Campbell
33:11
@Larry, I looooooove it! I want that shirt!
Lili Lipp
33:37
Noelle - Mac ’n’ Beth. It’s been very interesting
Gina Voskov
33:38
@Amy: normally 3 hours a week. Now it’s 110 minutes. :-(
Larry Reiff
33:40
It was a gift from some students that appreciate my sense of humor
Kate Sims
33:41
I second that, @Liz!
sherrygillis
34:03
Time allotted per high school class per week for my division (and perhaps my state?) is 120 minutes.
greta brasgalla
34:08
Skip LOVES Julius Caesar
Liz Campbell
34:09
Amy, our students can work for 1.5-2 hours per week per class, including reading. :(
Amy Eubanks
34:32
We only have one hour.
Larry Reiff
34:40
Great shout out to the Folger the other from Sir Patrick Stewart. He’s reading a sonnet each day on Insta and Facebook.
Gina Voskov
34:53
@Amy: one hour per week??
Jessica Wells
36:42
@Gina: Yes! One hour per week. I’m Amy’s student teacher.
Amy Eubanks
36:50
Yes. Fifteen min. per day. Trying to figure out if I can do R&J super
Amy Eubanks
36:52
quickly
sherrygillis
36:53
Screencastify and Youtube clips can easily embed into Google Forms/Quiz. I use this for my film studies. I post a clip, then they answer questions, must. Choice or short answer.
Folger Education
37:20
Folger Digital Text and then look in top right of the screen (on a laptop) find API Beta
sherrygillis
37:21
Mult. Choice, rather
Carolyn Kintisch
37:24
beta or data?
Skip Nicholson
37:26
https://www.folgerdigitaltexts.org/api
Margit
37:28
also can add video scenes into Edpuzzle and create formatives that way
Kate Sims
37:40
I'm in Kansas, & I'm doing Midsummer & Much Ado with an hour a week. You're not alone!
Larry Reiff
37:46
Check under the couch! Thats where my papa used to hide it
Gina Voskov
37:52
OMG I HAD NO IDEA that you could sort by character on API!!!!
Folger Education
38:08
Christine you're next!
Folger Education
40:04
Christine, you are our last teacher sharing. Thank you everyone!
Chris Lavold
40:56
That API on Folger Digital Texts is slick. I never knew we had that tool at our disposal. Thank You!
Joy Docherty
43:34
LOVE these podcasts!
Lili Lipp
47:02
Is it too late to join the Macbeth group?
Noelle Patel
47:09
Wait! Was that on the form I filled out today?
Gina Perry
47:25
Is iti possible to be in more than 1 group?
Joy Docherty
47:28
Yes, could I possibly do two? I’m teaching both R&J and Macbeth…
Kate Sims
47:29
Is it too late to sign up for the Midsummer's group?
Madonna Green
47:49
I would like to sign up for small group class of Romeo and Juliet. How do I sign up for that?
Stacy Mittag
47:51
I’m not sure I’m on the Macbeth list and would like to be.
Vicki Casarett
47:53
Same question as Gina Perry's.
Patricia Ruth
47:54
How about OTHER plays? Are you doing an affinity group for Twelfth Night?
sherrygillis
48:03
Pre-virus, my students had a Shakespeare Birthday party. Big event. Costumes, food, dancing, games. Very sad that this is now a no go.
Elizabeth Schmitt
48:16
or Caesar?
Gloria Carrasco
48:45
I need help…I have a class of middle school and high school ESOL students. In class, I was going to have two groups, two plays. Now since I only see them twice a week, I cannot. Any suggestions for a play that would suit both?
Jeremy Sandler
48:57
How do I sign up for the R&J small group? Thank you, Folger!
Noelle Patel
49:10
Same question as Jeremy
Folger Education
49:18
The play-specific groups were on a google form posted on the Teaching During COVID-19 page last week. We have closed the form for now so that we can get them started, but we may be able to open the groups up to more teachers once we have the dates/times nailed down.
Katie Cuthbertson
50:14
Is anyone else looking at Much Ado? Looking to teach that to my AP Lang students after the AP exam....
Noelle Patel
50:33
Oh man! I only heard about this Zoom group today :/
Shannon Johnson
52:11
Katie, I started with Much Ado this semester. The Shakespeare in the Park version on PBS is so good (and so are the lessons and videos that go with it).
Abigail Hope
52:24
Hi Deborah, Greta, Peggy
Katie Cuthbertson
53:31
Shannon -- I did not know there were any lessons/videos to go with the PBS video -- I assume that is on the PBS site?
Shannon Johnson
54:06
Katie--Yes. You can find the link on the Folger Covid-19 page too.
Lori Favela
56:51
This is EXACTLY what I need for R and J!!! THANK YOU!
Noelle Patel
58:53
That’s so funny about Friar John because I was literally thinking about that yesterday
Liz Campbell
59:34
Are we allowed to share these bundles with other teachers, or is it only for teachers who are here right now?
Samantha Gifford
59:39
me!!
Folger Education
59:44
SHARE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Corinne Viglietta
59:50
Share! This is free for all teachers.
Christine Shugrue
01:00:07
Sooooo great !! So straightforward .Helping us to get put of the way
Carolyn Kintisch
01:00:21
will these bundles always be available or just during the shutdown?
Corinne Viglietta
01:00:30
Yessssss, Debbie and Greta! Just do it! Trust the kids and the text!
Jack Bathke
01:00:40
So, you mention bringing the plague mentioned in Friar Larry’s speeches. I am concerned with the triggering effect of “plague-talk” from literature. How have others handled this?
Liz Campbell
01:00:45
Thank you!! <3 This is my first time doing anything with Folger (other than visiting when I was a student at UMD).
Jenny Fisher
01:00:54
Fantastic... thanks a bunch!
Liz Campbell
01:01:04
(and only my second year teaching Shakespeare)
todd cherches
01:01:19
Using VISUALS is so powerful and brings the text to life!
Peggy O'Brien
01:01:22
We can’t guarantee that they will always be available so download them and hang on to them forever! And share them
Lili Lipp
01:02:21
Thank you
Donna Denize
01:02:45
do you have a packet of luna images for Merchant or Othello?
Jeremy Sandler
01:03:12
Thank you, Greta and Deborah, for sharing these R&J activities. Can you please repeat where we can access these resources? On the “Teaching During COVID-19” page? On Forsooth?
Corinne Viglietta
01:03:29
Donna: On Luna, click on "explore" and then "media groups"-- Then search all public media groups by play. Super cool!
Corinne Viglietta
01:03:56
If you create a free login on luna, you can also create and save your own media groups, which are collections of images.
Donna Denize
01:04:25
thank you Corinne!
Peggy O'Brien
01:04:32
All of these resources available on the Teaching during COVID19 web page.
Lili Lipp
01:06:45
I love Padlet!!!
Jeremy Sandler
01:06:53
Thank you, Folger!
Corinne Viglietta
01:06:59
Love this attention to equity!
Abigail Hope
01:11:13
Sorry, what is this platform that Brigid is using now?
Abigail Hope
01:11:21
TY
Monica Dyer
01:11:37
How do we find the particular pallet wall?
Monica Dyer
01:11:50
*padlet
greta brasgalla
01:13:01
quit worshipping and cut that soliloquy up
Jack Bathke
01:13:48
Take Shakespeare down off the pedestal and mess around with the text. Play with it
Brendan Berls
01:13:52
Love it. I got into this with my kids last month: “To be or not to be” may be great, but it arguable has nothing to do with the action of the play.
todd cherches
01:13:57
Visual images are incredibly valuable. And also auditory examples...so students can also hear what the language sounds like! Multi-sensory, interactive, experiential learning goes a long way towards enhancing what I always refer to as "Attention, Comprehension, and Retention"!
Brendan Berls
01:14:01
arguably*
Folger Education
01:15:34
The padlet links will be shared later.
Vicki Casarett
01:15:53
I don't see the Padlet link.
Corinne Viglietta
01:16:04
Love y'all quoting the Folger Method principles!
Noelle Patel
01:16:10
Thank you all so much. I have to put the baby to bed :)
Peggy O'Brien
01:16:43
Put the baby to bed! Thanks for being a part, Noelle!
Corinne Viglietta
01:16:53
Goodnight to baby!
todd cherches
01:17:05
That was great, Brigid!
Lili Lipp
01:17:16
Thanks, Brigid!
Madonna Green
01:17:16
Where can we find all of these recorded videos?
Gloria Carrasco
01:17:23
Thank you! This awesome! I’ll definitely use this with my ESOL students!
sherrygillis
01:17:41
Brigid—awesome ideas. Thank you!
Drew Snow
01:17:52
Bridget, I love the idea of using Othello's "Speak of me as I am" speech as a reflection/creative writing prompt.
Peggy O'Brien
01:18:42
It’s such an enormous pleasure to hang around with all of you!
Randall Findlay
01:20:32
woman in white
Skip Nicholson
01:20:32
fancy dress
Kate Maurer
01:20:33
A white dress
Lili Lipp
01:20:37
interrogation
Rama Janamanchi
01:20:38
the scribe looks like a person of color
Erin Moughon
01:20:39
Woman in a white dress (Getting married); king and other important men overseeing. She is white and her husband is black
Christine Shugrue
01:20:40
hierarchy
Jenny Fisher
01:20:40
a bright, white woman is in the middle between a bunch of men
Lindsay Thies
01:20:41
bride thanking her guests
Melissa Minjares
01:20:41
the white woman seems to be protecting or apologizing for the black man behind her
Lisel Gorell-Getz
01:20:41
a very white dress
Carolyn Kintisch
01:20:42
a bride
Margit
01:20:42
leaders up high
Antoinette Davis
01:20:42
woman in front of man
Jessica Wells
01:20:43
A group of men staring at a lady in white
Donna Denize
01:20:44
Desdemona talking to the senate
Liz Campbell
01:20:45
A white, angelic-looking woman
Lori Favela
01:20:46
I see a multi- racial couple
Jeanie Wilks
01:20:47
strong woman .....judgement surrounds her
PRISCILLA MOORE
01:20:47
I see a woman explaining something
sherrygillis
01:20:47
Interesting hand placement
Shannon Johnson
01:20:48
a defense
Lori Favela
01:20:49
A wedding?
Kelly Farquharson
01:20:49
A woman in white captivating the room!
Abigail Hope
01:20:50
Very white woman with her very black man.
Monica Dyer
01:20:52
A very white woman and a very black man
Kathy Foley
01:20:52
White on black and grey around
Susan Corby
01:20:53
everyone's staring at the woman
Danielle Barber
01:20:54
Defensive woman
Elizabeth Schmitt
01:20:55
one lone female
Brigid Hogan
01:20:57
I see feathers on the table
Sarah Lefebvre
01:20:59
chandelier and curtains
Carolyn Kintisch
01:20:59
this is a bride trying to explain something
Antoinette Davis
01:21:01
red and white
Jack Bathke
01:21:02
I see an woman at the center of the painting. She looks angelic and all in white
Stephanie Taylor
01:21:03
protection
Joy Docherty
01:21:03
I see what looks like a woman pleading with older people
Vicki Casarett
01:21:04
I see a sensual couple . he is dark, with a military uniform. She is very white, pure.
Valerie Rister
01:21:05
argument between woman and guy
Rama Janamanchi
01:21:05
There is another guy (of color) hiding under the robe
Christina D'Emma
01:21:06
royalty white woman in white with black man
Delaney Driscoll
01:21:09
protection
Jeannette Carmody
01:21:16
Dark colors around edge of painting. White book and dress and person.
Brigid Hogan
01:21:17
court
Erin Moughon
01:21:19
Foreigner, pointing at the king, turban
Stephanie Taylor
01:21:20
an accusation
Antoinette Davis
01:21:20
people pointing
sherrygillis
01:21:20
The woman is gone!
Liz Campbell
01:21:21
Someone pleading to a king
Andrea Evans
01:21:22
lots of old men
Kate Maurer
01:21:22
An outsider
Lili Lipp
01:21:22
A man pontificating
Elizabeth Schmitt
01:21:23
exotic barefoot african
Donna Denize
01:21:23
THe person is moroccan
Lindsay Thies
01:21:23
a declaration
Margit
01:21:23
commanding presence
Kate Sims
01:21:24
Guy begging from king
Jeanie Wilks
01:21:24
cultural disparity
Jenny Fisher
01:21:25
Powerful movement from the guy in the center
Folger Education
01:21:26
a nicely dressed man pointing
Melissa Minjares
01:21:26
barefoot guy talking to people in armor
Skip Nicholson
01:21:27
men in tights
Jack Bathke
01:21:27
“Exotic” black man
Shannon Johnson
01:21:27
finger-pointing
Carolyn Kintisch
01:21:28
the man is accusing the king of something
Kathy Foley
01:21:29
Hands point toward power
Jessica Wells
01:21:29
foreigner at court
Vickie Shurelds
01:21:29
explaining to the king
Lisel Gorell-Getz
01:21:30
an old king
Gina Perry
01:21:31
A European king being addressed by a Black man
Monica Dyer
01:21:31
The man is asking for a favor
Kelly Farquharson
01:21:33
This looks antagonistic.
Susan Corby
01:21:33
men in tights
Christina D'Emma
01:21:36
Black man pointing to royal
Joy Docherty
01:21:37
barefoot man?
Elizabeth Schmitt
01:21:38
guy checking his watch
Abigail Hope
01:21:38
The king on a dias, a man making a plea.
Vicki Casarett
01:21:40
a man in white with dark skin, pointing at a king; the man is accusing the king
Jeannette Carmody
01:21:41
King on throne above stairs. Casual dress for man in center
Valerie Rister
01:21:46
king uninterested with what man is saying
Maartje Nolan
01:21:47
soldiers
Andrea Evans
01:21:52
wedding
Brigid Hogan
01:21:53
A wedding
Stephanie Sosebee
01:21:55
much less people
Elizabeth Schmitt
01:21:57
affection
Kate Sims
01:21:57
light on couple
Antoinette Davis
01:21:59
king high up others below
Lindsay Thies
01:22:00
womand defending her man
Randall Findlay
01:22:00
relationship
Carolyn Kintisch
01:22:01
king is higher than everyone
Delaney Driscoll
01:22:01
pride
Rama Janamanchi
01:22:01
very few people
Kelly Farquharson
01:22:01
Much more mellow.
Erin Moughon
01:22:01
White woman and black man happy to be together, king looking down
Jeanie Wilks
01:22:03
black and white
Kate Maurer
01:22:04
A caress
Lisel Gorell-Getz
01:22:05
the king is really high up
Drew Snow
01:22:06
Loving faces
Christina D'Emma
01:22:07
wedding in front of a king
Valerie Rister
01:22:07
lovers
Vicki Casarett
01:22:08
a king smiles on a woman who has her arm on a dark man; friendlier
Antoinette Davis
01:22:08
smile on elk man
Jeannette Carmody
01:22:09
Woman is focus of men’s eyes
Skip Nicholson
01:22:09
how dos he getup onthat chair?
Maartje Nolan
01:22:09
King, scary guy in back ground
Donna Denize
01:22:09
woman holdiung bclak man
Liz Campbell
01:22:10
A woman protecting a man
Folger Education
01:22:10
man in the background with a flame
Kathy Foley
01:22:11
low verses high
Jack Bathke
01:22:12
Still an exotic black man but the woman seems on his level
Andrea Evans
01:22:19
red
Maartje Nolan
01:22:21
Sadness
Skip Nicholson
01:22:22
interesting coloruse
Lili Lipp
01:22:22
court room drawing
Danielle Barber
01:22:23
a plea
Jack Bathke
01:22:24
Sad old man
Carolyn Kintisch
01:22:24
man is crying
Lisel Gorell-Getz
01:22:24
head in hand
Donna Denize
01:22:25
man is crying
Joy Docherty
01:22:25
couple holding hands
Antoinette Davis
01:22:25
head in hand
Hilary Gansauer
01:22:26
limited colors
Lori Favela
01:22:27
someone looks unhappy
Brigid Hogan
01:22:27
a sad man in black
Elizabeth Schmitt
01:22:28
upset man
Kathy Foley
01:22:29
red black white
Vickie Shurelds
01:22:29
people looking away
Jenny Fisher
01:22:29
ashamed with heads down
Kate Sims
01:22:30
king is on level with everyone else
Valerie Rister
01:22:30
judgement passed
Lindsay Thies
01:22:30
dispairing look
Stephanie Taylor
01:22:30
the red highlights grief
Chris Lavold
01:22:31
somber
Erin Moughon
01:22:32
Foreign man with white woman; unhappy
Shannon Johnson
01:22:32
Othello in more of a power positino
Jeanie Wilks
01:22:33
faces not Detailed
Monica Dyer
01:22:34
The woman seems more demure
Antoinette Davis
01:22:34
heads down
Elizabeth Schmitt
01:22:34
swords
Liz Campbell
01:22:35
A sorrowful woman, a powerful man, a sad man
Abigail Hope
01:22:38
Papa isn’t too pleased
Sarah Lefebvre
01:22:39
looks like someone is offering something
Gina Perry
01:22:40
faded images with a black and white couple holding hands
Jeannette Carmody
01:22:41
Man in black look powerful
Rama Janamanchi
01:22:42
lack of features for all the white people
Melissa Minjares
01:22:42
man with red sash looks in control
Christina D'Emma
01:22:43
red is the only color
Folger Education
01:22:43
the color red with lots of muted colors
Delaney Driscoll
01:22:44
shame
Lisel Gorell-Getz
01:22:44
flashes of red
Vicki Casarett
01:22:45
a black man holding a woman's hand and speaking to a crowd; one man is very sad; others are unhappy
Kate Sims
01:22:45
thoughtful poses
Kelly Farquharson
01:22:46
The audience looks ashamed or angry
Susan Corby
01:22:46
a man with his face in his hand, like he's ashamed?
Jack Bathke
01:22:47
woman is somewhat dark
Folger Education
01:24:16
must
Folger Education
01:24:17
more
Folger Education
01:24:18
money
Folger Education
01:24:19
moor
Folger Education
01:24:20
love
Rama Janamanchi
01:24:21
Speak
Folger Education
01:24:22
senator
Folger Education
01:24:23
man
Folger Education
01:24:25
speak
Folger Education
01:24:25
heart
Folger Education
01:24:27
father
Folger Education
01:24:28
daughter
Chris Lavold
01:24:42
must
Brigid Hogan
01:24:43
daughter
Gina Perry
01:24:44
daughter
Erin Moughon
01:24:44
Daughter
Andrea Evans
01:24:44
against
Danielle Barber
01:24:45
Against
Liz Campbell
01:24:45
daughter
PRISCILLA MOORE
01:24:46
speak
Melissa Minjares
01:24:47
heart
Kate Sims
01:24:47
against
Lori Favela
01:24:47
Daughter
Stephanie Taylor
01:24:48
speak
Brendan Berls
01:24:48
daughter
Jeanie Wilks
01:24:49
against
Jack Bathke
01:24:50
against
Drew Snow
01:24:50
daughter
Antoinette Davis
01:24:51
daughter
Skip Nicholson
01:24:51
daughter
Maartje Nolan
01:24:52
Moor
Vicki Casarett
01:24:52
love
Shannon Johnson
01:24:52
heart
Rama Janamanchi
01:24:52
aganist
Elizabeth Schmitt
01:24:52
speak
Catherine Nicastro
01:24:52
daughter
Hilary Gansauer
01:24:54
money
Margit
01:24:54
against
Stephanie Sosebee
01:24:55
against
Sarah Lefebvre
01:24:55
money
Abigail Hope
01:24:56
Moor
Christina D'Emma
01:24:57
daughter
Delaney Driscoll
01:24:58
must
Carolyn Kintisch
01:24:58
against
Monica Dyer
01:24:59
speak
Kelly Farquharson
01:25:00
daughter
Lindsay Thies
01:25:00
daughter
Elizabeth Schmitt
01:25:01
man
Susan Corby
01:25:01
against
Rama Janamanchi
01:25:02
Man
Vickie Shurelds
01:25:04
heart
Gina Perry
01:25:08
Moor
Joy Docherty
01:25:08
against
Lili Lipp
01:25:09
Moor
Rama Janamanchi
01:25:14
Moor
Brendan Berls
01:25:15
Moor
Stephanie Sosebee
01:25:16
heart
Carolyn Kintisch
01:25:16
must
Erin Moughon
01:25:16
moor
Stephanie Sosebee
01:25:16
speak
Abigail Hope
01:25:17
Against
Vicki Casarett
01:25:17
against
Jack Bathke
01:25:17
Moor
Lindsay Thies
01:25:17
moor
Margit
01:25:17
speak
Andrea Evans
01:25:18
must
Elizabeth Schmitt
01:25:18
Moor
Maartje Nolan
01:25:18
Senator
Christina D'Emma
01:25:19
Moor
Lisel Gorell-Getz
01:25:20
moor
Joy Docherty
01:25:20
man
Jeanie Wilks
01:25:20
moor
Liz Campbell
01:25:20
speak
Sarah Lefebvre
01:25:21
speak
Rama Janamanchi
01:25:21
Against
Randall Findlay
01:25:21
Moor
Lori Favela
01:25:21
speak
Lili Lipp
01:25:21
Speak
Danielle Barber
01:25:22
Moor
Stephanie Taylor
01:25:22
against
Rama Janamanchi
01:25:22
World
Melissa Minjares
01:25:22
speak
Chris Lavold
01:25:22
against
Shannon Johnson
01:25:23
speak
Kate Sims
01:25:23
Moor
Kate Maurer
01:25:23
world
Hilary Gansauer
01:25:24
against
Brigid Hogan
01:25:24
senator
Susan Corby
01:25:25
speak
Gloria Carrasco
01:25:25
against
Vicki Casarett
01:25:26
moor
Drew Snow
01:25:26
senator
Gina Perry
01:25:27
Speak
Antoinette Davis
01:25:28
against
Vickie Shurelds
01:25:28
speak
Catherine Nicastro
01:25:28
against
Valerie Rister
01:25:28
moor
Kathy Foley
01:25:28
More
Rama Janamanchi
01:25:32
Money
Delaney Driscoll
01:25:33
speak
Kate Sims
01:25:33
speak
PRISCILLA MOORE
01:25:35
against
Skip Nicholson
01:25:37
speak
Monica Dyer
01:25:37
moor
Donna Denize
01:25:39
against
Jenny Fisher
01:25:40
speak
Kelly Farquharson
01:25:43
against
Vicki Casarett
01:25:48
love
Elizabeth Schmitt
01:25:48
love
Brendan Berls
01:25:48
Love
Liz Campbell
01:25:49
love
Monica Dyer
01:25:50
love
Joy Docherty
01:25:50
love
Kelly Farquharson
01:25:50
love
Drew Snow
01:25:51
Love
Lori Favela
01:25:51
love
Valerie Rister
01:25:51
lovr
Gina Perry
01:25:51
heart
Erin Moughon
01:25:51
love
Vickie Shurelds
01:25:52
heart'
Susan Corby
01:25:52
love
Danielle Barber
01:25:52
heart
Chris Lavold
01:25:53
love
Brigid Hogan
01:25:53
heart
Maartje Nolan
01:25:53
Against
Andrea Evans
01:25:54
love
Kate Sims
01:25:54
Love
Jack Bathke
01:25:54
Love
Abigail Hope
01:25:54
Daughter
Kathy Foley
01:25:54
Father
Skip Nicholson
01:25:55
love
Randall Findlay
01:25:56
daughter
Jeanie Wilks
01:25:56
heart
Christina D'Emma
01:25:56
father
Sarah Lefebvre
01:25:56
against
Hilary Gansauer
01:25:56
love
Lili Lipp
01:25:57
Love
Kate Sims
01:25:59
daughter
PRISCILLA MOORE
01:25:59
love
Antoinette Davis
01:25:59
love
Shannon Johnson
01:25:59
love
Lindsay Thies
01:26:00
Love
Brigid Hogan
01:26:05
must
Jenny Fisher
01:26:05
father
Lindsay Thies
01:26:06
father
Andrea Evans
01:26:07
senator
Carolyn Kintisch
01:26:07
father
Maartje Nolan
01:26:07
Agianst
Kate Sims
01:26:08
speak
Brendan Berls
01:26:09
Moor
Vicki Casarett
01:26:09
against
Joy Docherty
01:26:09
against
Lili Lipp
01:26:09
Heart
Randall Findlay
01:26:10
father
Lisel Gorell-Getz
01:26:10
against
Sarah Lefebvre
01:26:10
father
Danielle Barber
01:26:11
world
Lori Favela
01:26:11
against
Liz Campbell
01:26:12
against
Donna Denize
01:26:13
heart
Antoinette Davis
01:26:13
moor
Kate Maurer
01:26:13
Against
Erin Moughon
01:26:13
against
Rama Janamanchi
01:26:13
Man
Vickie Shurelds
01:26:14
world
Jack Bathke
01:26:14
Man
Christina D'Emma
01:26:15
against
Melissa Minjares
01:26:15
father
Skip Nicholson
01:26:16
love
Gina Perry
01:26:16
world
Jeanie Wilks
01:26:16
world
Elizabeth Schmitt
01:26:17
heart
PRISCILLA MOORE
01:26:17
must
Abigail Hope
01:26:18
World
Margit
01:26:18
world
Monica Dyer
01:26:19
daughter
Rama Janamanchi
01:26:20
heart
Hilary Gansauer
01:26:20
must
Valerie Rister
01:26:23
father
Kate Sims
01:26:23
must
Susan Corby
01:26:23
man
Stephanie Taylor
01:26:23
against
Gloria Carrasco
01:26:24
Against
Rama Janamanchi
01:26:26
must
Kelly Farquharson
01:26:30
father
Antoinette Davis
01:26:30
love
Delaney Driscoll
01:26:30
against
Lori Favela
01:26:52
It was easy, not intimidating
Jenny Fisher
01:26:55
This summarized Act 1 without teachers stepping in
Kate Sims
01:26:56
Really love this because kids can engage quickly
Liz Campbell
01:26:56
All same scene, but I chose a different word for each image
Kelly Farquharson
01:26:59
It made me look closer and make a decision.
Jeannette Carmody
01:26:59
word helps to focus “story” of picture
Elizabeth Schmitt
01:26:59
helps identify tone mood
Abigail Hope
01:26:59
Any level can enter and play
Antoinette Davis
01:27:01
ways to talk together about what we are seeing
Donna Denize
01:27:01
emotion is in the images
Lori Favela
01:27:02
And it was great to see that others thought the same as I did!
Christina D'Emma
01:27:02
reading images and total engagement
Melissa Minjares
01:27:02
love the engagement possibilities nad that students would not have to really look at each others respones
Randall Findlay
01:27:03
Love how the words contextualize the first impression of the image.
Shannon Johnson
01:27:03
No one right answer
Erin Moughon
01:27:03
I loved how it linked images to words and made me focus my language to the one word. I got to revise!
Vickie Shurelds
01:27:05
engaging
Lisel Gorell-Getz
01:27:06
Great use of Visual Thinking Strategies (VTS Method)
Stephanie Sosebee
01:27:07
perfect for any kind of learning and hits that visual style
Kathy Foley
01:27:08
participation quick and engaging see what others think
Monica Dyer
01:27:09
Seeing the words forced me to look at the pictures in a new way
sherrygillis
01:27:09
Preview of conflicts in the story—before I even know the story.
todd cherches
01:27:09
There's no wrong answer!
Lili Lipp
01:27:10
Identify different perspectives from the learners
Skip Nicholson
01:27:11
learning to look more closel
Hilary Gansauer
01:27:11
It was independent but felt collaborative still.
Jeanie Wilks
01:27:12
engagement...rapid...summarizes, tone
Danielle Barber
01:27:12
Helps many people engage quickly
Rama Janamanchi
01:27:13
I had to pay close attention to the image but I didn't think it was like close reading
Jack Bathke
01:27:13
I like the connectivity…images and words…getting to the word-level
Kate Sims
01:27:13
Loved looking at different versions
Lindsay Thies
01:27:14
thought about themes quickly
Maartje Nolan
01:27:15
Use of senses - next
Brigid Hogan
01:27:15
I don’t know Othello scene by scene and I immediately understood something about the scene
Drew Snow
01:27:16
The exercise looks at the same scene from different perspectives. Speaks to how we see differently.
Sarah Lefebvre
01:27:16
different perspectives/ways to direct a scene
Gina Perry
01:27:17
I focused on the image of the black man vs. the caucasians
kirsten giroux
01:27:17
Different points of view revealed
Vicki Casarett
01:27:18
I had to observe details and condense the language to the essence of the tone; multiple answers; easier for ELLs
Stephanie Taylor
01:27:21
quick engagement for the kids
Donna Denize
01:27:27
emotion emotion
Christina D'Emma
01:27:27
accessible entry point to unfamiliar text
todd cherches
01:27:28
Perspectives vary.
Laura Turchi
01:27:31
I don’t miss Iago (thank you Toni Morrison)
Carolyn Kintisch
01:27:32
what if they want to use another word, such as king?
Brendan Berls
01:27:36
All these different visual interpretations still give us a clear sense of what’s going on in that scene.
Amy Eubanks
01:27:36
Simplify something that seems complicated
Joy Docherty
01:27:43
I’ve never read the play, but I felt engaged; loved hearing other student’s opinions and viewpoints
Kate Sims
01:27:53
Differing interpretations
Jack Bathke
01:27:57
Good synthesis exercise
Gloria Carrasco
01:27:59
All kids!
sherrygillis
01:27:59
D’emma—yes! Entry point!
Abigail Hope
01:28:24
Would you use this as an introduction to the play or later when they have read it?
Vicki Casarett
01:28:49
Your voice is fading out.
Peggy O'Brien
01:29:00
Either one, Abby, I think. As an overview or a prompt to really dig deep with the language,
Chris Lavold
01:29:05
I have done this after we read the play and then ask the students to go find the lines in the text that the artist was inspired by.
Monica Dyer
01:29:06
Love this idea!!
Vicki Casarett
01:29:21
Still faded.
Jack Bathke
01:29:24
I did something like this with Hamlet, except the found poem came from what other characters said about their character
Elizabeth Schmitt
01:29:26
super cool
Laura Turchi
01:29:28
This is an interesting variation on redacted Shakespeare
Lori Favela
01:29:35
I have another meeting so I have to sign off- THANK YOU!
Sarah Lefebvre
01:29:38
I love that idea about the found poem - thank you!
Liz Campbell
01:29:51
I love these ideas so much!
Erin Moughon
01:29:53
Thank you for all of these resources! I can’t wait to try them!
Lili Lipp
01:30:10
Thank you, Corinne
kirsten giroux
01:30:11
This is awesome!
Catherine Nicastro
01:30:24
Thank you so much
Liz Campbell
01:30:38
Thank you all so much! I wish I had known about this before yesterday, but I’m so glad I’m here now! :)
Melissa Minjares
01:30:48
love the Fast & Found
Drew Snow
01:31:05
I have been coming here for the expertise and for the second time I leave with great hope for the this daunting time in my classroom. Thank you, thank you thank you!
sherrygillis
01:31:09
Folgerians, thank you so so so much!
Melissa Minjares
01:31:11
thank you for the spirit-buoying resources and community!
Samantha Gifford
01:31:12
Thank you all so much! 💕
Christina D'Emma
01:31:12
Many thanks
Melissa Minjares
01:31:15
love you guys!
Joy Docherty
01:31:24
THANK YOU!!! AMAZing ideas!!!
Rama Janamanchi
01:31:26
I love how translatable all the resources are! Thank you!
Elizabeth Schmitt
01:31:26
And Peggy!
Corinne Viglietta
01:31:33
You all rock. Much love.
Gina Perry
01:31:44
Looking for resources for The Tempest as well as Hamleet.
Amy Eubanks
01:31:52
Very helpful. Thank you all!
Gloria Carrasco
01:31:58
Thank you! Excellent presentations! Extremely useful.
Stacy Mittag
01:31:59
Love these resources. Thank you so muc.
Brigid Hogan
01:32:04
Corinne, you have such a great teacher brain, love these ideas.
Shannon Johnson
01:32:35
Thank you! This is all so helpful since I'm helping different groups of teachers with three different plays. Such practical and engaging ideas!
Laura Turchi
01:36:57
gorgeous!
Liz Campbell
01:37:08
Thank you!
Monica Dyer
01:37:09
Bravo!
Lili Lipp
01:37:12
Thank you for sharing!!!
Erin Moughon
01:37:13
Thank you!!! Brava!
Drew Snow
01:37:28
Donna, I can't stop smiling. The reading of that poem gave me life. Just wow!
Elizabeth Schmitt
01:37:35
I love the candles
Kate Sims
01:37:45
Donna, you are AMAZING!!! Thank you!!!
Gina Perry
01:37:48
Donna,Would you please post that!
Kelly Farquharson
01:37:57
Thank you, Donna! Amazing!
Rama Janamanchi
01:37:57
Thank you, Donna!!
sherrygillis
01:37:57
Inspiring.
Susan Corby
01:38:11
Thank you!!!
Jack Bathke
01:38:13
Thank you
Abigail Hope
01:38:15
Bye, thank you!
Jeannette Carmody
01:38:15
Thank you!
Skip Nicholson
01:38:16
Thank you all!
sherrygillis
01:38:16
THANK YOU, FOLGER!
Drew Snow
01:38:17
Bye Folger friends!
Erin Moughon
01:38:18
Thank you all!
Lindsay Thies
01:38:25
Thnk you!
Stephanie Taylor
01:38:26
What inspiring words! Thank you so much...ALL of you!
todd cherches
01:38:31
That was informative and inspiring -- thank you!
Kelly Farquharson
01:38:31
Thank you so much! Fantastic information.
Gloria Carrasco
01:38:32
Thank you!
Sarah Lefebvre
01:38:32
Thank you! This was my first time. Looking forward to next week.
Corinne Viglietta
01:38:45
Donna. Thank you.
Corinne Viglietta
01:38:47
WOW.
Liz Campbell
01:38:56
Thank you! Do I use the same Zoom link next week?