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I have my students read a summary of Act 4 of Romeo and Juliet, but I never let them get away without reading Friar Laurence's plan in Shakespearean English. This graphic organizer allows them to break down the plan into ten steps AND write a brief argument about it. This works well with the summary
For each section of Mercutio’s monologue, students will draw AND color an image to represent what is being said. Students should be sure to pay attention to all of the details, and use the paraphrased version to help in creating their images.
This document includes four pages. There are guided reading notes for each scene and a choose your writing prompt assignment in culmination. Check out my Romeo and Juliet Folder Here Crossword Word Search and Web Search Romeo and Juliet Guided Reading Act 1 Romeo and Juliet
William Shakespeare’s tragic love story, ‘Romeo and Juliet’ continues to garner praise in its many varied productions across stage, film and printed media. This enduring love story remains a significant text because of the challenging themes contained within and their striking importance to the post
William Shakespeare’s tragic love story, ‘Romeo and Juliet’ continues to garner praise in its many varied productions across stage, film and printed media. This enduring love story remains a significant text because of the challenging themes contained within and their striking importance to the post
William Shakespeare’s tragic love story, ‘Romeo and Juliet’ continues to garner praise in its many varied productions across stage, film and printed media. This enduring love story remains a significant text because of the challenging themes contained within and their striking importance to the post
This document has guided reading notes for scenes 1-5 (All of Act 1), There is a writing assignment at the end. The questions are standards based. This is a great resource. Seven pages and days of prep-work completed! Check out my Romeo and Juliet Folder Here Guided Reading Act 2 Shakespeare Li
This is a ppt for the lesson on identifying and explaining the use of hyperbole in Act 4, Scene 1 in "Romeo & Juliet" by W. Shakespeare. The ppt contains a do now, learning and content objectives, CCLS, a mini lesson on hyperbole with examples and visuals, I do example, We do example and answe
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This editable close reading exercise features 10 text-dependent, higher-order questions, helping students improve reading comprehension of Shakespeare's Romeo & Juliet (Act 4, Scene 1) with emphasis on the formulation of a stratagem by Friar Laurence. By engaging in this exercise, students will
This Romeo and Juliet Common Core Practice Quiz Pack contains a set of 13 reading comprehension QUESTIONS and ANSWERS, which focus on the Common Core standards and are modeled after various state reading exams. My goal is for test prep to become a natural and easy part of the curriculum, instead of
Beginning with lines that Paris and Juliet begin to speak to each other, provide the subtext for all the lines that Juliet is saying. Since she is hiding her feelings, she probably has another meaning in her head. Analyze the irony and guess what that meaning is. Students will write a summary of eac
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This editable close reading exercise features 8 text-dependent, higher-order questions, helping students improve reading comprehension of Shakespeare's Romeo & Juliet (Act 1, Scene 4). By engaging in this exercise, students will read to identify what the text says explicitly and implicitly, appl
This resource is a 2 page review of Romeo and Juliet, Act 1, Scenes 4 and 5. The purpose of this assignment is to help students put Shakespearean words and phrases in their own words. I have highlighted difficult to understand quotes in this lesson and this worksheet will help students translate int
Students will analyze the text and completes the questions regarding close reading, and literary elements.
In this close reading of Romeo and Juliet , we use Act 1: Scenes Three, Four, and Five to test students close reading ability. Students will be asked to read Scene One and Two then asked to identify literary devices, complete a journal entry, and answer 18 multiple choice questions. This is fantasti
This is a differentiated worksheet to identify and explain the use of hyperbole in Act 4, Scene 1 in "Romeo & Juliet" by W. Shakespeare. Contains an example, an exit slip and differentiated page with sentence frames (print 1,3 and 2,3). Contains a definition and examples of hyperbole, a summar
These are guided notes for reading Romeo and Juliet Act 1 Scene 4. They include comprehension questions and places for students to stop reading and summarize.
This two page student worksheet (or one page double sided) was specifically designed to review the content and check for understanding of the main points of Act 4, scenes 1-3 of Romeo and Juliet. First, in response to scene 1, students unscramble key words to review Friar Laurence's plan for Juliet
These are 5 questions for students to answer after reading act 1 scene 4 of Romeo and Juliet. It will help you assess whether or not they read the scene as well as how much they got out of it.
Act 4 Scene 1 reading quiz for Romeo and Juliet. Check for students' understanding of Shakespeare through this quick assessment.
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This excerpt, Act 1, Scene 4 from "Romeo and Juliet" by William Shakespeare is followed by 7 multiple choice questions and 3 open-ended questions. In addition to the answers to the multiple choice questions, the answer key also has explanations and possible responses to every open-ended question.
This is simply a list of characters chart so that the teacher can assign readers for this important scene. Check out my Romeo and Juliet Folder Here Assign Characters Master List Crossword Word Search and Web Search Romeo and Juliet Guided Reading Act 1 Romeo and Juliet Guided Reading Act 2 R
These Cornell notes will help students understand what is happening in Romeo and Juliet act 1 scene 4.
Romeo and Juliet by William Shakespeare is a commonly taught play in Secondary school. This unit is designed to provide you with everything you need to teach the play from start to finish.**************************************************************************WAIT! Buy this product in my ROMEO AND

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