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Title: An Elizabethan Wedding


1
An Elizabethan Wedding
  • A WebQuest for 9th Grade English
  • Designed by
  • Chantal Williamswilliamsc_at_conewago.k12.pa.us
  •  
  • Introduction Task Process Evaluation
    Conclusion Credits Teacher Page

2
Introduction
  • Romeo and Juliet tells the story of star-crossed
    lovers who defy their parents and unite in
    marriage. Juliet, however, is supposed to be
    married to Paris, a rich relative of the Prince!
  • So, what were marriage and wedding rituals
    really like in Elizabethan times? In order to
    better understand the society, culture, and
    people of the Elizabethan Era, you will
    participate in planning the wedding of Juliet and
    Paris.
  • Introduction Task Process Evaluation
    Conclusion Credits Teacher Page

3
Task
  • You will work in groups of four to plan and make
    arrangements for an Elizabethan-style wedding to
    be given for Juliet and Paris. Each member of
    the wedding planning committee will choose one of
    the following roles for this project
  • Caterer - provide the guests with food and drink
  • Entertainment Director-provide guests with music,
    games, and fun
  • Fashion Designer- design wedding attire for
    various participants of the wedding
  • General Coordinator- provide insight to wedding
    and marriage customs to be expected during
    Elizabethan times and coordinate group
    presentation

You will individually research aspects of the
Elizabethan era that Correspond with your chosen
role. Based on the research, each member of the
wedding planning committee will Create a project
and then work with other members of the committee
to pitch your proposed wedding plan to the
classroom. Introduction Task Process
Evaluation Conclusion Credits Teacher Page
4
The Process
  • 1. First everyone in your wedding planning
    committee must choose a role.
  • 2. Once you know what your role is, you will
    click on the role below to discover the specific
    responsibilities of that role.
  • Caterer
  • Fashion Designer
  • Entertainment Director
  • General Coordinator
  • 3. When everyone on your committee has fulfilled
    the individual responsibilities, then you must
    work together to create a group presentation that
    pitches your proposal for the wedding plans.
  • 4. The presentation must include an introduction
    given by the General Coordinator, information
    presented by each member of the committee about
    his specific responsibility, transitions between
    topics, and a conclusion given by the General
    Coordinator. At least one visual aid must be
    used by each member of the wedding planning
    committee during the presentation.
  • Introduction Task Process Evaluation
    Conclusion Credits Teacher Page

5
Caterer
  • Responsibilities
  • 1. You will write a 1 ½ to 2 page paper that
    explains the food and dining customs of people
    during the Elizabethan Era.
  • 2. Next, you will create a full menu for the
    wedding feast at the wedding of Juliet and Paris.
  • 3. Choose an authentic Elizabethan recipe for an
    item of food on the wedding feast menu. You will
    make the recipe and bring it to the presentation
    for taste-testing.
  • You will need to use the following resources to
    help you complete your responsibilities
  • http//www.elizabethi.org/us/food/
  • http//www.godecookery.com/mrcookwr/mrcookwr.htm
  • http//www.william-shakespeare.info/elizabethan-we
    dding-customs.htm
  • http//elizabethan.org/compendium/19.html
  • http//www.elizabethan-era.org.uk/elizabethan-food
    .htm
  • The Process Page

6
Fashion Designer
  • Responsibilities
  • 1. You will design authentic wedding attire for
    the following participants in Juliet and Pariss
    wedding Juliet, Paris, Lady Capulet, Lord
    Capulet, the Nurse, and Friar Laurence.
  • 2. You may draw the costumes using colored
    pencils or piece them together with fabric
    (doll-size replicas).
  • You will write a paragraph (8-10 sentences) for
    each characters costume that explains the
    fashion of the Elizabethan Era according to each
    characters station in life.
  • You will need to use the following resources to
    help you complete your responsibilities
  • http//arcanelore.com/wedding/wedding2.htm
  • http//www.william-shakespeare.info/elizabethan-we
    dding-customs.htm
  • http//elizabethan.org/compendium/36.html
  • http//www.elizabethan-era.org.uk/elizabethan-clot
    hing.htm

The Process Page
7
Entertainment Director
  • Responsibilities
  • 1. You will write a 1 ½ to 2 page paper that
    provides the reader with information about music,
    games, and forms of entertainment during the
    Elizabethan Era.
  • 2. Select a group of at least five different
    musicians/instruments to play music at the
    wedding/wedding banquet.
  • 3. Select an original Elizabethan song to be the
    official wedding song of Juliet and Paris.
  • 4. Provide a list of at least five different
    activities that will be at the wedding feast. You
    will need to demonstrate one of the activities
    during your presentation.
  • You will need to use the following resources to
    help you complete your responsibilities
  • http//www.coog.com/SHKSPR.html
  • http//elizabethan.org/compendium/5.html
  • http//elizabethan.org/compendium/45.html
  • http//www.elizabethan-era.org.uk/elizabethan-musi
    c.htm
  • http//www.elizabethan-era.org.uk/elizabethan-ente
    rtainment.htm

The Process Page
8
General Coordinator
  • Responsibilities
  • 1. You will write a 1 ½ to 2 page paper that
    explains the wedding customs and marriage roles
    during the Elizabethan Era.
  • 2. You will create the introduction,
    transitions, and conclusion for your wedding
    committees presentation.
  • 3. You will design and create a project that
    ties together all aspects of the wedding plan.
    This can be done in the form of a pamphlet,
    powerpoint, posters, scrapbook, etc.
  • You will need to use the following resources to
    help you complete your responsibilities
  • http//www.william-shakespeare.info/elizabethan-we
    dding-customs.htm
  • http//www.seatofmars.com/elizabethanweddings.htm
  • http//www.hudsonvalleyweddings.com/guide/elizabet
    hian.htm
  • http//elizabethan.org/compendium/9.html

The Process Page
9
Evaluation
  • You will be evaluated on your individual work as
    well as your group participation and
    presentation. The total points for this project
    is 135. The points will be divided in the
    following manner
  • Research Report 45 points
  • Visual Product 45 points
  • Group Work/Presentation 45 points
  • Total Points 135
  • To view the rubric for each section of the
    project, click on the section name above.

Introduction Task Process Evaluation
Conclusion Credits Teacher Page
10
Research Report
Evaluation Page
11
Group Work/Presentation
Evaluation Page
12
Visual Product
Evaluation Page
13
Conclusion
  • By completing the tasks assigned to you, your
    group has successfully planned an entire
    authentic Elizabethan wedding!
  • Congratulations! Im sure the bride and groom
    will be very happy.
  • In the process of planning the wedding, you have
    become experts of various aspects of Elizabethan
    culture and society. What would it really be
    like to live during that time period? You are
    now ready to discuss this question and write
    journal responses.

Introduction Task Process Evaluation
Conclusion Credits Teacher Page
14
Credits
  • Images for this WebQuest were taken from the
    following sites
  • ww.southwestern.edu
  • www.cambridgenetwork.co.uk/news/article/defau...
  • www.elfwood.com
  • www.renaissance-spell.com
  • www.thecipher.com/viola_da_gamba_cipher-5.html
  • renaissance.duelingmodems.com/compendium/5.html
  • stationarymarketing.com/books.htm
  • Evaluation criteria was adapted from the
    following site
  • http//rubistar.4teachers.org/index.php?screenCus
    tomizeTemplatebank_rubric_id4section_id1

Introduction Task Process Evaluation
Conclusion Credits Teacher Page
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Teacher Page
  • Introduction
  • This WebQuest helps students discover what
    Elizabethan life was like in order to better
    understand the play The Tragedy of Romeo and
    Juliet.
  • Teacher Introduction
  • Too often, students are intimidated by the
    language of Shakespeare and, therefore, read his
    play with negative attitudes. If you are looking
    for an exciting way to introduces your students
    to the world of Shakespeare, this WebQuest will
    introduce them to elements of Elizabethan life
    while requiring them to collaborate in a
    simulation of a real-world task.
  • Introduction
  • Learners
  • Standards
  • Process
  • Resources
  • Student Page

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Teacher Page
  • Introduction
  • Learners
  • Standards
  • Process
  • Resources
  • Student Page
  • Learners
  • This WebQuest was created for ninth grade English
    students at New Oxford High School in New Oxford,
    PA. Its purpose is to help students learn about
    life during Elizabethan times in order to better
    understand the play The Tragedy of Romeo and
    Juliet. Students are required to write a
    research report, create a visual product, and
    collaborate on and deliver a group presentation.
  • In addition to providing real-world simulation,
    this WebQuest relates to PA state standards and
    can be adapted for many English and social
    studies classes.

17
Teacher Page
  • Standards
  • 1..1. Learning to Read Independently
  • D. Identify basic facts and ideas in text
  • G. Demonstrate after reading understanding and
    interpretation of
  • both fiction and nonfiction text, including
    public documents.
  • 1.4. Types of Writing
  • B. Write multi-paragraph informational pieces
    (e.g., letters, descriptions, reports,
    instructions, essays, articles,
  • interviews).
  • 1.5. Quality of Writing
  • 1.6. Speaking and Listening
  • Introduction
  • Learners
  • Standards
  • Process
  • Resources
  • Student Page

A. Write with a sharp, distinct focus. B. Write
using well-developed content appropriate for the
topic. C. Write with controlled and/or subtle
organization.
C. Speak using skills appropriate to formal
speech situations. E. Participate in small and
large group discussions and presentations.
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Teacher Page
  • Process
  • This WebQuest will take approximately two weeks
    if using half of a 80 minute periods. The
    WebQuest is also designed to be completed while
    reading The Tragedy of Romeo and Juliet.
  • Step One Divide students into groups of four,
    introduce the Webquest, and allow students to
    choose roles.
  • Step Two- Students should be given ample time to
    look through websites in order to gather
    information for their papers and projects.
  • Step Three- Allow students class time to write
    rough and final drafts of the research report.
  • Step Four- Students should have a rough design
    for the visual product. The students should make
    the actual product at home.
  • Step Five- Students should collaborate with group
    members to organize and develop the final
    presentation. Practice time should be included.
  • Step Six- Each group should deliver a
    presentation to the class.
  • Introduction
  • Learners
  • Standards
  • Process
  • Resources
  • Student Page

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Teacher Page
  • Resources
  • Teacher Resources
  • Although this WebQuest is designed for a specific
    class, it can be easily modified.  Any teacher
    who wishes to use the quest as it is should have
    access to the following resources
  • Access to Computers/Laptops
  • Access to Internet
  • Possible guided notes worksheets
  • Time 1-2 weeks
  • While the amount of resources is fairly simply,
    the time dedicated to the WebQuest greatly
    depends on students' prior knowledge.  As it is
    written, this webquest assumes that students have
    had practice 1)researching on the Internet and 2)
    writing research reports in proper format.
  • Introduction
  • Learners
  • Standards
  • Process
  • Resources
  • Student Page
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