Level C: Romeo and Juliet: In Rapturous Oscillation?
Ok, we'll admit it - in Shakespeare's play, the relationship doesn't actually oscillate. They meet, they fall in love, and definitely don't live happily ever after. This lesson explores Love-Hate relationships by putting the famous lovers in a new context. We're going to look at Romeo and Juliet as an oscillating dyad.
Represent, interpret, and compare data on a graph.
• Explain concepts including oscillation, contrarian, follower.
• Describe the system's interdependent relationships, connecting this particular oscillating structure to other types of relationships.
Create a variety of simulated, oscillating relationships. Explain each relationship within the context of the simulation as well as within real world situations.
"…examine contemporary patterns of human behavior…as they apply to individuals, societies and cultures."
Analyze how complex characters (e.g., those with multiple or conflicting motivations) develop over the course of a text, interact with other characters.
Simulation: Romeo and Juliet - In Rapturous Oscillation?