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Romeo and Juliet resources that are print and go! This bundle includes the following fun and engaging activities to help you with your unit. They each also include a link to a Google™ Slides version of each resource so that students can add text, color, images, and more! Great for distance/online l
Grades:
7th - 10th
This Romeo and Juliet Body Biography Bundle is filled with all you need to teach and promote the amazing characters from the timeless play. Your students will experience the unique approach of using a collaborative poster, William Shakespeare's play, Romeo and Juliet, textual evidence, research, and
ROMEO AND JULIET PROJECT - After reading the play, students create the first page of a newspaper that focuses on the feud between the Capulets and the Montagues. As an extension idea, students could work in pairs/groups to create an entire newspaper. A fun and engaging activity for students to wr
ROMEO AND JULIET CREATIVE FINAL PROJECT: This is a fun and creative project that is an excellent final assessment for William Shakespeare's Romeo And Juliet! Students will create a newspaper called "The Verona Times" in which they are journalists living in the star-crossed lovers' world. ===========
Save prep time and help your students read closely and actively with this bundle of Common Core aligned organizers, worksheets, projects, quizzes, and review materials for Romeo and Juliet by William Shakespeare. Note: We provide as many of our worksheets and organizers as possible in Word format t
Students are given the choice of 10 different creative final projects to show their learning and understanding of the meanings in Shakespeare's play, Romeo and Juliet.★ Acting★ Memorizing★ Filmmaking★ Puppetry★ Set Design★ Costume Design★ Dramatic Monologue★ SongwritingThe coolest part about this is
This file contains 5 short, creative projects that accompany your teaching of Romeo and Juliet. Projects include: -"O then I see Queen Mab hath been with you" -"On the Balcony of Love" -"What's in a Name?" -"Like softest music to attending ears" -"For never was a story of more woe" Students are ab
Grades:
8th - 12th, Higher Education
Working with themes present in William Shakespeare's "Romeo and Juliet", students relate events in the Elizabethan play to popular music that contain similar themes.By combining quotes and textual evidence from "Romeo and Juliet", and comparative evidence from popular lyrics, students demonstrate th
Grades:
9th - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education
The literature-based, mock trial resources provide everything you need to not only explain but also see your students experience the United States judicial system. Use any novel with a controversial conflict as a vehicle to engage in the judicial process! It supplies foundational knowledge about the
Learners are given the choice of 10 different creative final projects to show their learning and understanding of the meanings in Shakespeare's play, Romeo and Juliet.SUGGESTED ACTIVITY IMPLEMENTATIONIn lieu of essays or speeches, you might want to have your students choose a final project to create
In this versatile lesson, students create an epitaph for a character who dies in Shakespeare's Julius Caesar. The students are given examples of famous and poignant epitaphs, and then they pre-write using a graphic organizer. Students then write a four line epitaph and include a quotation for textu
Grades:
8th - 10th
Are you searching for a unique way to teach the rich figurative language and literary devices in Romeo and Juliet? Make your instruction more memorable with this creative, high-interest "Romeo and Juliet" Literary Elements project! Students will illustrate essential literary elements in Shakespe
Grades:
6th - 12th
This is a student and a teacher favorite. Let me just say, it rocks- literally. For this project, students demonstrate how themes from Romeo and Juliet connect to modern music. It aligns with common core standards, includes content and literacy objectives and a grading rubric. Have fun!
This is an activity that I have used as a final project for years. In addition to this project, I set my classroom up as the crime scene and have the students walk through the crime scene to collect evidence. Students not only have to cite evidence, critically think, but also are forced to justify
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Grades:
8th - 9th
This is a great character project for the play Romeo and Juliet. There is a worksheet with directions and an example. There is also a graphic organizer to assist students in organizing their material. Students will work either on their own or in a group to create a character map for one of the chara
After reading Romeo and Juliet, students will individually complete an assignment (varying from headline news articles to advertisements), to be compiled as a whole to form The Verona Times. We display all the completed assignments on a bulletin board. Activity allows for differentiation as assignm
Grades:
6th - 12th, Higher Education
Tragic Hero Interactive Lesson for Romeo and Juliet (Romeo Montague)  Did you just finish reading Romeo and Juliet? Have your students complete this high interest, interactive Google Slides assignment (they write their responses on each slide!) This assignment asks students to demonstrate the same s
Get your students engaged in the ending (Act 5) of the play Romeo and Juliet by allowing them to plan a funeral for their favorite characters! Students will complete a culminating group project in which they explore character, plot, conflict, theme, symbolism and mood while playing the role of funer
This is a cumulative project for Romeo and Juliet. I have my honors students work on this outside of class. It appeals to multiple learning strategies. It allows the students to be creative and connect to the real world. They can complete 3 mini projects for one larger project grade.
This is a final project for Romeo & Juliet. Students chose three of the seven project options to compete. I call it tic-tac-toe because I have students chose a horizontal, vertical or diagonal line to complete. The worksheet has been created so that each line has both easier and more difficult t
Challenge your students to critically evaluate Romeo & Juliet with this NO PREP small group project and presentation! Through the easy-to-follow 6 Signposts to Notice and Note lens by Beers and Probst, give your students the opportunity to explore one signpost in depth and then present their f
This resource is designed for students to use their creativity and knowledge of the play to create a Newspaper Front Page as well as a News Report on the events of Romeo and Juliet. Teacher has the option to assign this project as a Twitter Feed instead of a Newspaper Front Page if that is preferred
This fun, challenging, cooperative creative writing activity tasks students to translate a portion of a Shakespeare play into contemporary English and a contemporary situation and then perform their creation for the class. Because this Shakespeare activity involves writing as well as paraphrase and
This is a more comprehensive version of the project options I have for free up here. There are 7 choices with detailed instructions and rubrics for each.
Grades:
9th - 10th

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