H4G 5-min Macbeth Groups

For reference:

GROUP 1: Richmond Ngui, Martin See, Miles Ong, Martin Yu, Ryan De Guzman, Ryann Lim, Luis Unlay, Harvin Sy, Derrick Abadco, Michael Ley, Kevin Banzon, Gregory Tecson, Jedric Lim

GROUP 2: Aldrix Tan, Keanu Yu, Rodger Tan, Jansson Sy, George Cantor, Kevin Ang, Tommy Yuyek, Kenneth Chan, Carl Bolisay, Edric Regalario, Ervin Tung, Stewart Ngo

GROUP 3: Alan Barraza, Vit Del Rosario, Richter Siccion, Jan Siy, Patrick Leung, Antonio Roa, George Go, Alejandro Reynoso, Dong Jun-Shin, Spencer Lim, Gregory Siy, Fritz Lim

IMPORTANT: Please bring copies of  your script for your group members on Monday for rehearsals.

REMINDER: The following people still have not submitted MC1. That’s a 0 if not submitted by Monday – Tommy Yuyek and Alejandro Reynoso

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Sign-Ups for 4th Qtr Speech

LINK for H4AC class

LINK for H4G class

If you need the PPT for reference and instructions, download it HERE and HERE

To answer the question, “When is it due?”, submit your printed copy, stapled together with the prewriting, AFTER you give your speech.

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5-Minute Macbeth G.R.A.S.P.S.

Goal: Your goal is to present a 5-minute version of the play Macbeth

Role: You and your group are actors, tasked to present a condensed, 5-minute long version of the play Macbeth

Audience: Your audience will be comprised of high school senior students who have just a passing familiarity to the play

Situation: You have been tapped to create and present a 5-minute version of the play “Macbeth,” for a class of H4 seniors who have already discussed the play with their teacher. The purpose of your play is to highlight the important plot moments and lines of the play.

A secondary effect of the 5-minute play is to highlight the longevity and flexibility of Shakespeare’s works.

Performance, Product, and Purpose:

– The class will be divided into 3 to 4 groups
– Your play must last a minimum of 4 minutes and a maximum of 5 minutes. You will get a corresponding deduction of 1 point for each 5 seconds the presentation runs under or overtime.
– The play will be performed live in class on a to be decided date
– You have two options for the structure of your play:
1. You may choose to retain the classic Scottish setting of the play and paraphrase the lines creatively (for example, to rap the lines, or to sing the lines) OR
2. You may choose to retain the Shakespearean language of the play but use a different setting, similar to the BBC adaptation (for example, Macbeth in space, Macbeth in Xavier School)
– Everyone in the group must act and say at least 1 line.
– A narrator is an optional role that can be used to transition from one scene to another
– It is up to the group to decide which characters/scenes to drop or shorten or compress, while staying true to the story of Macbeth
– Props are a must, as are costumes, but a backdrop/s is optional
– A script is required on a due date determined by the teacher. The teacher may suggest changes to the script if needed.
– The teacher will assign class periods devoted to rehearsal
– When the group is called upon to perform, they will have a total of 10 minutes to set-up, perform, and then dismantle their set

Standards and Criteria for Success:

– Content of play (60%)
o Acting and voice projection
o Smoothness and transitions
o Use of props and costumes
o Audience reaction
– Creativity (15%)
o Integration of “gimmick”
– Faithfulness to source material (20%)
o Use of setting OR
o Use of Shakespearean language
– Mechanics and submission (5%)
o Submission of script
o Member participation

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Sample 5-Minute Macbeth Videos

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H4AC 5-Minute Macbeth Groups

Team Alex Oh

  • Clinton Tang
  • Kenjee Dee
  • Johann Pe
  • Eries Chan
  • Jolo Ejercito
  • Ferdie Tan
  • Nicolo Tan
  • Matt Ong
  • Ivan Tan
  • Timothy Tan
  • Gerard Que
  • Miguel Tan Casis

Team Francis Chan

  • Solomon Say
  • Joseph Yap
  • Rembrandt Que
  • Jeremy Sy
  • John Chen
  • Wilbert Yu
  • Justin Rafols
  • Henry Tanedo
  • Yani Schnabel
  • Baron Chuahiong
  • Kenrick Sio
  • Biondi Te

Team Vince Gawtee

  • Michaelvin Chiong
  • Justwin Ong
  • Kevin Garcia
  • Lance Monteverde
  • Jeffrey Ty
  • Miguel Pingol
  • JP Fernandez
  • Patrick Py
  • Denzel So
  • JR Yap
  • Gareth Ng
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Shakespearean Theater SW

Instructions
  • Individual work
  • Submit as shared Google Doc to ady@my.xs.edu.ph, preferably using you’re my.XS account
  • Copy the questions on the top, then number your answers below.
  • Answer in complete sentences.
  • Cite your sources at the bottom of your paper (you may use bibme.org)
QUESTIONS
1.Who is Kit Marlowe? Describe him and his relationship with William Shakespeare.
2.What is the name of William Shakespeare’s famous theater? Describe it briefly.
3.In Shakespearean context, what are groundlings?
4.What are the various seating options available in an Elizabethan era theater?
5.What are the other parts of a Shakespearean theater?

Remember to behave, especially Schnabel, Jeremy, Ferdie, Michaelvin, & Jeff. No YouTube.

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Reflection Essay Guide Questions

MAIN QUESTION: “How have I changed in the time I’ve been in Xavier School?”

  • Am I a different person now? Am I different for the better or for the worse?
  • How has my attitude towards self, family, friends and school changed?
  • Given how I saw myself growing up, am I on the right track or have I changed who I want to be?
  • Fill in the blank: “I would not be ____ today, if it wasn’t for my experiences in Xavier”
  • What was my most significant learning in Xavier School?
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