CLUB LECTURA 4º ESO. 4ª SESIÓN: HAMLET (Texto)

HAMLET´S PLAYSCRIPT

Main characters:

CLAUDIUS ………………………………............ King of Danemark

GERTRUDE…………………….........…………... Queen of Danemark

HAMLET………………………………..........…… Prince of Danemark

HORATIO …………………………...........…….. Hamlet’s best friend

ROSENCRATZ............................................ Hamlet’s friend

OPHELIA …………………………………........... Hamlet’s beloved

POLONIUS....................................................... Ophelia’s father

LAERTES ……………………………...............……… Ophelia’s brother

GHOST ………………………………...............…….. Hamlet’s father

PEOPLE

NARRATOR


1st SCENE

NARRATOR: People of Danemark: ‘ Claudius always wanted to be a king. Hamlet is the true king after his father’s death. But Claudius didn’t want that. That’s why he married Queen Gertrude.’

HAMLET: ‘ How can my mother forget my dear father so quickly?’ He loved her so much. But on two months after his death, she’s married my uncle.

CLAUDIUS: ‘ Hamlet you are like a son to me. Why are you still unhappy about your dead father? I’m your father now.’

GERTRUDE: ‘ don’t think about your father so much. Everybody has to die. Why do you look so sad?

HAMLET: ‘ I can’t forget my father quickly.’


2ND SCENE

HORATIO: ‘ I saw a ghost on the walls of the castle last night’

HAMLET: ‘What ghost? What did it look like?

HORATIO: ‘It looked like your dead father.

HAMLET: I’ll watch with you tonight. Perhaps it will come again. I’ll talk to it.

NARRATOR: That night, Hamlet joined Horatio. It was nearly midnight. Suddenly Horatio looked up and cried out.

HORATIO: There’s the ghost!

HAMLET: Tell me who you are. What do you want?

GHOST: I’m your father’s ghost. I was murdered by Claudius, your uncle. When I was asleep in my garden he poured poison into my ears. Nobody knew how I died.

You must do something, Hamlet. You must kill Claudius for his crime. But don’t hurt your mother. But remember me.

HORATIO: Are you all right? What did the ghost say?

HAMLET: Don’t tell anyone about tonight ! Don’t tell anyone about the ghost!


3 RD SCENE

NARRATOR: After he met the ghost, Hamlet changed. He pretended to be mad. He said and do very strange things. Her mother became more and more worried about her son.

HAMLET: I’m not happy now. I can’t enjoy anything and I never laugh. Nothing in the world is interesting or beautiful, everything is ugly.

ROSENCRATZ: Some actors are coming to act in a play. You always enjoy plays.

NARRATOR: The play was about the death of an old king. Then Hamlet had got an idea.

HAMLET: I’ll ask the actors to act a story which is like the death of my father. I’ll ask Claudius to watch the play and I’ll watch his face.

NARRATOR: Ophelia’s was Hamlet’s girlfriend. Her father Polonius was a servant of the king. Her brother Laertes was in France. Hamlet acted strangely towards Ophelia and she was very hurt. She loved Hamlet very much and she couldn’t understand what was wrong. Claudius and Gertrude were at the play.

The king in the played got killed exactly the same way as Hamlet’s father was.

OPHELIA: Look! Claudius is standing up!

POLONIUS: Stop the play!

CLAUDIUS: Put the lights on! Go away everybody! Leave the room!

HAMLET: Did you see what the king did ? I’m sure he killed my father.

NARRATOR: The queen wanted to speak to Hamlet. Ophelia’s father Polonius was hiddden behind the curtains to hear Hamlet’s words to his mother.

GERTRUDE: You’ve made your father very angry.

HAMLET: My father! But Claudius is not my father!

GERTRUDE: Don’t speak to me like that! Have you forgotten who I am? What are you going to do? Are you going to kill me? Help!! Help!!

NARRATOR: Polonius started crying for help, too. Hamlet thought it was Claudius so he took his sword and killed him. When he pulled back the curtain he saw Polonius.

GERTRUDE: You’ve made a terrible thing. You’ve killed Polonius.

HAMLET: Yes, it’s almost as bad as the murder of a king! Yes, my father was a good man, how could you forget him so quickly and marry my uncle? He is a very bad man . A murderer.

GHOST: Look at your mother. She’s very frightened. Speak to her!

HAMLET: What’s the matter with you, mother?

GERTRUDE: What’s the matter with you, Hamlet? You are talking to the air. what can you see?

HAMLET: HIM! Can’t you see him?

GERTRUDE: I can’t see anything!

HAMLET: It’s the ghost of my father.

GERTRUDE: There’s no ghost! You’re mad!

HAMLET: I’m not mad. My father’s ghost has come here because of your crime!


SCENE 4TH

NARRATOR: Claudius knew immdeiately what was wrong whenhe talked to Gertrude so he decide to send Hamlet to England. He gave a letter to Hamlet’s friends for the King of England. He asked the king to kill Hamlet.

Hamlet discovered Claudius plans and returned sane and safe to Danemark.

Then Hamlet met his friend Horatio and found out that Ophelia his girlfriend was dead. When Hamlet killed her father she went mad.

Laertes, Ophelia’s brother has come back to France and wanted to take revenge on his father’s and sister’s dead.

Claudius told Laertes his plan to kill Hamlet.

CLAUDIUS: I want to be sure of his death. During the fight I’ll offer him wine with poison in it.

NARRATOR: Everyone came to the fight between Laertes and Hamlet.

HAMLET: Please, forgive me. I’ve acted badly. I’m very sorry. I didn’t want to hurt you.

LAERTES: I accept it but we must fight.

NARRATOR: Claudius offered Hamlet the poisoned wine but Hamlet wasn’t thirsty. Before he could stop it the queen , Hamlet’s mother, drank the wine. Laertes hurt Hamlet with the poisonous sword and then Hamlet took by mistake Laertes sword and hurt him.

GERTRUDE: The drink is poisoned!!

LAERTES: My sword is poisoned both are going to die.

HAMLET: Poisoned sword? Here’s the best place for it!

NARRATOR: He pushed the sword into the king’s heart. Laertes fell dead and the king, too. Hamlet turned to Horatio.

HAMLET: I’m dying, but you must tell my story to the world.

ENCONTRO CON JAUREGUÍZAR

O 18 de febreiro de 2011 tivemos un encontro co escritor e xornalista Santiago Jaureguizar. A súa visita facilitounos a comprensión das novelas detectivescas Corazón de chocolate e A coroa de Napoleón, lecturas obrigatorias da segunda avaliación para 1º e 2º de ESO.

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ENCONTRO CO ESCRITOR E XORNALISTA SANTIAGO JAUREGUÍZAR

O 18 de febreiro de 2011 tivemos un encontro co escritor e xornalista Santiago Jaureguizar. A súa visita facilitounos a comprensión das novelas detectivescas Corazón de chocolate e A coroa de Napoleón, lecturas obrigatorias da segunda avaliación para 1º e 2º de ESO.



Feito por José Luis Rey Lago (2º ESO A).

Jaureguizar é un escritor e xornalista que reside en Ribadeo. O seu pai era profesor na escola que el estudaba. Inspirouse nel mesmo e en Indiana Jones para escribir os dous libros.


Mediante estes libros intenta que os lectores coñezan mellor a historia das nosas cidades.


O libro
Corazón de Chocolate chámase así polas seguintes razóns:

No libro
A coroa de Napoleón a historia de Mo e Napoleón non está redactada como ocorreu de verdade.
  • Mónica dille a Tintimán que ten un corazón de chocolate porque anda con moitas rapazas.
  • Corazón sen sangue queda de cor marrón.
  • Polo biscoito.
Tintimán é un xornalista porque o escritor quería un investigador e, tamén, porque normalmente en todos os libros os investigadores son policías.

Tardou en escribir os dous libros seis meses, é dicir, tres meses aproximados para cada un.

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CLUB LECTURA 4º ESO. 4ª SESIÓN: HAMLET (Primeira Parte)

HAMLET’S REVIEW

After reading the adapted version of Hamlet the students wrote their feelings and opinions about the play.



Written by Lidia Figueroa (4º ESO B)

Hamlet is a prince who tries to avenge the death of his father knowing that he was killed by his uncle, Claudius. He has killed his brother by pouring poison into his ears.

After having talked with his father’s ghost, Hamlet intends to kill his uncle.

Claudius sent Polonius to spy Hamlet. Polonius hid behind a curtain to hear a conversation between Hamlet and his mother, the Queen. Mistaking Polonius for the King, Hamlet kills him.

Eventually, Claudius is killed by Hamlet with a poisoned sword. The Queen and Hamlet both died poisoned, too.

PERSONAL OPINION

I think that Hamlet is a very interesting play although in the end all characters died. That ‘s why it is a little weird. I think the end might be “happier” without killing so many people.

Written by Santiago Piovene (4º ESO B)

Hamlet was a prince. His father was dead and Hamlet thought he was murdered by his stepfather. He investigated his death and found many clues.

One day, he decided to kill his stepfather as revenge but he accidentally killed other person, Polonius. He was the father of the girl he loved. When Hamlet realised what he had done he became very sad.

In the end, they decided to fight and the result is the death of everyone except Horatio, Hamlet’s friend.

It’s a really tragic story.

Written by Yasmina Martínez (4º ESO B)

This work by Shakespeare tells the story of Hamlet, a prince who after having met his father’s ghost he decides to make known the true causes of his death.

In my opinion this story is very interesting, because there is mistery, but it’s also very sad. In the end, though the truth is discovered, many people died, including Hamlet himself.

MENSAXES DE AMOR NO 14 DE FEBREIRO

O día 14 de febreiro, despois de deixarmos unha caixa en conserxaría onde o alumnado foi depositando as mensaxes que quería envíar e o nome do destinatario do seu amor, saímos repartir as mensaxes entre o alumnado e profesorado do centro. A compañeira de terceiro de PDC, Tamara Piñón, disfrazada de Cupido, entregou as mensaxes a todo o persoal do centro.

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MENSAXES DE AMOR NO 14 DE FEBREIRO

O día 14 de febreiro, despois de deixarmos unha caixa en conserxaría onde o alumnado foi depositando as mensaxes que quería envíar e o nome do destinatario do seu amor, saímos repartir as mensaxes entre o alumnado e profesorado do centro. A compañeira de terceiro de PDC, Tamara Piñón, disfrazada de Cupido, entregou as mensaxes a todo o persoal do centro.

PRESENTACIÓN DE OBRAS DE FILOSOFÍA: O CHISTE E A SÚA RELACIÓN CO INCONSCIENTE

Ángel Gómez, de 1º Bacharelato Ciencias e Tecnoloxía, presentou o libro O chiste e a súa relación co inconsciente, de Sigmund Freud.

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PRESENTACIÓN DE OBRAS DE FILOSOFÍA: O CHISTE E A SÚA RELACIÓN CO INCONSCIENTE

Psicoloxía: O chiste e a súa relación co inconsciente, de Sigmund Freud
Por: Ángel Gómez, 1º Bacharelato Ciencias e Tecnoloxía

Unha cousa rara, algo que hai que explicar

Sigmund Freud, o fundador da Psicanálise, escribiu esta obra en 1905, continuando ideas de A interpretación dos soños, de 1899. Freud estaba estudando os síntomas neuróticos e descubriu que non eran algo distinto doutras manifestacións moi normais do que chamou o inconsciente, como os soños, os lapsus e o propio chiste. Como di Ángel, hai neles unha mestura de elementos conscientes e outros, máis malvados, que censuramos e non nos decatamos deles. O que aparece no noso comportamento é unha mestura, unha cousa rara, algo que hai que explicar.
Con bo humor e moitos exemplos, aprendemos a interpretar as nosas equivocacións cotiás. No chiste non hai nada neutro nin nada totalmente ben intencionado: Todo leva sempre unha carga de agresividade que se fai evidente se analizamos os elementos do relato.

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APRENDE A USAR O BUSCADOR MEIGA

Quero saber que libros de FREUD hai na biblioteca

...Buscar por: Lista alfabética // En: Autor // (Criterio de busca): Freud
Aparece unha lista de autores: busca Freud, Sigmund (estará entre os primeiros) e pica nel. Aparecen as obras súas que están na biblioteca.
Ir directamente ó resultado:
Obras de Freud

Que hai de psicanálise na biblioteca?

...Buscar por: Frase ou texto // En: Materia // (Criterio de busca): Psicanálise
Aparecen todos os fondos relacionados coa psicanálise. Para separar libros, películas, etc. podes picar en "Desglose por: Soportes, idiomas, seccións".
Ir directamente ó resultado:
Obras sobre Psicanálise

CLUB LECTURA MIXTO 4ª SESIÓN: CAFÉ CON POEMA

JORGE LUIS BORGES

Doomsday

Será cuando la trompeta resuene, como escribe San Juan el
Teólogo.
Ha sido en 1757, según el testimonio de Swedenborg.
Fue en Israel cuando la loba clavó en la cruz la carne de
Cristo, pero no sólo entonces.
Ocurre en cada pulsación de tu sangre.
No hay un instante que no pueda ser el cráter del Infierno.
No hay un instante que no pueda ser el agua del Paraíso.
No hay un instante que no esté cargado como un arma.
En cada instante puedes ser Caín o Siddharta, la máscara o el
rostro.
En cada instante puede revelarte su amor Helena de Troya.
En cada instante el gallo puede haber cantado tres veces.
En cada instante la clepsidra deja caer la última gota.

CLUB LECTURA MIXTO 4ª SESIÓN: CAFÉ CON POEMA

CHARLES BAUDELAIRE

El amor y el cráneo – VIÑETA ANTIGUA (nº 140)

Se sienta el amor en el cráneo
de la Humanidad,
y sobre tal solio el profano,
con risa procaz,

sopla alegremente redondas burbujas,
que en el aire suben,
como para juntarse a los mundos
al fondo del Éter.
[...]

El palimpsesto

“¿Qué es el cererbro humano sino un inmenso y natural palimpsesto? [...] Sobre vuestro cerebro han caído sucesivamente innumerables capas de ideas, de imágenes, de sentimientos, tan suavemente como la luz.
” [...] Sí, lector, innumerables son los poemas de gozo o de pena que se han ido sucesivamente grabando en el palimpsesto de vuestro cerebro, y como las hojas de las selvas vírgenes, como las indisolubles nieves del Himalaya, como la luz que cae sobre la luz, sus incesantes capas se han ido acumulando y, cada una, a su vez, se ha cubierto de olvido.
” [...] Pero las profundas tragedias de la infancia -brazos infantiles para siempre arrancados del cuello de sus madres, labios infantiles para siempre separados de los besos de sus hermanas- perviven ocultas bajo las demás leyendas del palimpsesto. La pasión y la enfermedad no cuentan con química suficientemente poderosa como para quemar esas inmortales huellas.”

CLUB LECTURA MIXTO 4ª SESIÓN: CAFÉ CON POEMA

CELSO EMILIO FERREIRO

Longa noite de pedra

O teito é de pedra.
De pedra son os muros
i as tebras.
De pedra o chan
i as reixas.
As portas,
as cadeas,
o aire,
as fenestras,
as olladas,
son de pedra.
Os corazóns dos homes
que ao lonxe espreitan,
feitos están
tamén
de pedra.
I eu, morrendo
nesta longa noite
de pedra.

Espranza

Erguerémo-la espranza
sobre ista terra escura
coma quen ergue un facho
nunha noite sin lúa.

Marcharemos cinguidos
polos duros segredos
dunha patria soñada
á que non voltaremos.
[...]
Adictos da saudade
que levades a luz polos vieiros.
¡Saúde a todos,
compañeiros!

María Soliña

Polos camiños de Cangas
a voz do vento xemía:
ai, qué soliña quedache,
María Soliña.
[...]
Baixo os tellados de Cangas
anda un terror de auga fría:
ai, qué soliña quedache,
María Soliña.

CLUB LECTURA MIXTO 4ª SESIÓN: CAFÉ CON POEMA

MIGUEL HERNÁNDEZ

Nanas de la cebolla

En la cuna del hambre
mi niño estaba.
Con sangre de cebolla
se amamantaba.
Pero tu sangre,
escarchada de azúcar,
cebolla y hambre.

Una mujer morena,
resuelta en luna,
se derrama hilo a hilo
sobre la cuna.
Ríete, niño,
que te tragas la luna
cuando es preciso.

CLUB LECTURA MIXTO 4ª SESIÓN: CAFÉ CON POEMA

Este xoves e este venres, mentres disfrutábamos do café e o biscoito de Paqui estivemos lendo algúns poemas de Miguel Hernández, Celso Emilio Ferreiro, Baudelaire e Borges.


MIGUEL HERNÁNDEZ

Os momentos máis emotivos foron cando Bea nos explicou as circunstancias en que escribiu Miguel Hernández as Nanas de la Cebolla: A elección deste entenrecedor poema, que oculta nunha fermosa cantiga de berce a crueldade da Guerra Civil española e a súa realidade, vén xustificada pola gran forza humana e o arrebato emocional que Miguel Hernández imprime nestes versos que configuran un poema cargado de gran riqueza léxica e sentimental.

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CELSO EMILIO FERREIRO

Andrea escolleu os textos de Celso Emilio:
  • Longa noite de pedra: poema que transmite inquedanza pero sen deixar de ser fermoso.
  • Espranza: transmite o apoio do autor ás persoas que loitaban pola liberdade na época do franquismo. Xera sentimentos mesturados de optimismo e tristura.
  • María Soliña: Poema moi sonoro, semellante a un estribillo. Sinxelo pero bonito.
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JORGE LUIS BORGES

Moncho escolleu algúns textos do libro Los Conjurados, de Jorge Luis Borges. Un dos fíos principais do libro é a idea de que toda vida é unha secuencia de momentos grandiosos e insignificantes, racionais e absurdos, privados e cósmicos... e que todos eles teñen a máxima importancia para que o mundo chegue a ser o que é, para que cada quen cheguemos a ser quen somos. As contradicións gobernan a nosa vida, o asasino e o asasinado son imaxe un doutro no espello. O paso do tempo, como un río, goberna o que sucede. Cando cremos que somos quen de explicar o universo vemos que o único que facemos é atopar nel as nosas obsesións e prexuízos.
Os poemas escollidos foron:
  • Doomsday
  • La trama
  • Son los ríos
  • La suma
  • Alguien sueña
  • Milonga del infiel
  • 1982

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CHARLES BAUDELAIRE

Víctor seleccionou un poema de Charles Baudelaire do seu libro Las flores del mal: El amor y el cráneo – VIÑETA ANTIGUA (nº 140).
Víctor di: "O poema chamoume a atención pola súa forma, pola sencillez dos seus versos e a facilidade da lectura destes. Comentamos cal é o criterio polo que, nun libro cheo de poemas, eliximos un determinado para comezarmos a lectura. A propia distribución espacial dos versos na folla é xa moi importante porque nos dá unha idea sobre o seu ritmo e sobre a súa estrutura".

Hajar recomendounos El palimpsesto, de Los Paraísos Artificiales de Baudelaire. Chamoume a atención o nome, “palimpsesto”, saber que é o que hai detrás deste título. Comentamos as voltas que dá o sentido. Efectivamente, moitas veces os palimpsestos son importantes polo que se trasluce neles, o que se ve tachado, por detrás, ou quizais reescrito por riba.

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ACTIVIDADE DE FOMENTO DE LECTURA EN INGLÉS EN 1º DA ESO

We are starting our Reading Days with First Year of ESO groups. We want to promote the use of the English language by reading well-known novels by famous authors.

This time we have chosen the adaptation of The Adventures of Tom Sawyer by Mark Twain.

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ACTIVIDADE DE FOMENTO DE LECTURA EN INGLÉS EN 1º DA ESO

THE ADVENTURES OF TOM SAWYER

Greetings from Pedro Floriani English Department.

We are starting our Reading Days with First Year of ESO groups. We want to promote the use of the English language by reading well-known novels by famous authors.

This time we have chosen the adaptation of The Adventures of Tom Sawyer by Mark Twain.

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Samuel Langhorne Clemens, best known as Mark Twain was born in Florida in 1835 . He spent most of his life in Hannibal, a small town in Missouri on the Mississippi River. Although later he moved to Nevada where he worked as a journalist before setting off for New York.

Samuel loved the Mississippi river, the boats and in his two most popular novels he depicted life at the river.

People loved his books because they were both humorous and informal.

The Adventures of Tom Sawyer was first published in 1876, then The Prince and the Pauper came out in 1882 and two years later the sequel of Tom Sawyer’s Adventures , The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn was the highlight of his life as a writer.

1ª FEIRA DO LIBRO DO IES PEDRO FLORIANI

Durante os recreos do 31 de xaneiro ao 4 de febreiro vimos de facer a 1ª Feira do Libro do IES Pedro Floriani. Previamente a Biblioteca recolleu material (libros, vídeos, CD, etc) que o alumnado e o profesorado doou para esta actividade ou ben fondos que os nosos usuarios estaban interesados en intercambiar.

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1ª FEIRA DO LIBRO DO IES PEDRO FLORIANI

Durante os recreos do 31 de xaneiro ao 4 de febreiro vimos de facer a 1ª Feira do Libro do IES Pedro Floriani. Previamente a Biblioteca recolleu material (libros, vídeos, CD, etc) que o alumnado e o profesorado doou para esta actividade ou ben fondos que os nosos usuarios estaban interesados en intercambiar.

E, para dar ambiente, compartimos o espazo co alumnado de 1º de Bacharelato. Neste posto, coa finalidade de xuntar cartos para a súa excursión a Londres, vendíase de todo: roupa, xoias, libros, CD, louza, etc.

O noso alumnado remexía procurando libros, vídeos ou CD que lles interesasen a eles ou para levar como agasallo aos seus pais.

E o noso profesorado, ademais de pensar neles mesmos, tentaban atopar algo de xeito para os seus fillos.

E o libro máis cotizado por ser lectura obrigatoria da 2ª avaliación, A coroa de Napoleón, foi intercambiado por Galván en Saor entre o Departamento de Lingua Galega e Noelia Amoedo de 1º de bacharelato (foto inferior esquerda, a do pano vermello); a cal vendeuno no seu “stand” a Alexandre Gil, un alumno de 2º da ESO (foto inferior dereita, o que le sen sacar as mans do peto) polo módico prezo de 3 euros.