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4th Period: Monday, 2 March

Class was focused on the speech of Canterberry on "Salic Law" in Act I.

The class discussed the argument, and the intention of Lord Canterbury and the other lords urging war, and Henry's concern with "right and conscience."

Students were reminded of the vocabulary card assignment as well as the essential questions for the unit:

How does language inspire meaning and expression of experience?


How does conflict serve as an instigator for change/growth?


DUE DATES
The rough draft of the thesis is due on Monday March 9th.

Students are to have completed the reading of Acts I & II of Henry V by Thursday.

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