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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. ===========
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
This multi-media "Balcony Scene" project comes fully prepared for TWO to FIVE days of instruction in your classroom! The lesson calls for students to watch four different film versions of Romeo and Juliet, Act 2.2 after reading the original text. Afterwards, students analyze the difference and effec
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
Breathe life into your dusty Romeo and Juliet Unit with this creative co-operative learning project. My “3-D Scene Analysis” allows the student to pick apart a scene from Shakespeare, isolate significant literary elements, and present them in an engaging way. The activity is standards based and it w
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!
In this versatile lesson, students create an epitaph for a character who dies in either Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet or Julius Caesar. The students are given examples of famous and poignant epitaphs, and then pre-write using a graphic organizer. Students then write a four line epitaph and includ
A PBL study suitable for classes with access to technology - computer labs or mobile devices. Students work in groups to create a teenage survival kit. Activities include group work; blog posts; essay writing as preparation for the end of year exams; and the creation of 'survival tools'. Each activi
Overview: I don't know about you all, but going into the 2020 school year, knowing Romeo and Juliet was in the curriculum made me a bit nervous! However, I usually adore this unit, as do the kids, and I wanted to do it justice! My school is functioning in a hybrid model where I see students in schoo
Here's a great mid-point break for Romeo and Juliet. I use this with my classes after finishing Act III. This one or two day assignment comes with the following:Student worksheet on which they list foils, do pre-writing, and find quotes from the text to support their ideas. Also has directions at th
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
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
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
Shakespeare’s plays are meant to be performed. Students produce their own stage or film reenactment of Romeo and Juliet! Directions are well thought out and prevent chaos in the classroom. No PREP!! Complete RUBRIC included!!
This Tic-Tac-Toe project requires students to complete three mini-projects, while allowing for student choice of assignments. The projects incorporate reading, writing, exploring literary devices, as well as hands on creative projects for students to present to the class.
Grades:
8th - 10th
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.
Overview: I don't know about you all, but going into the 2020 school year, knowing Romeo and Juliet was in the curriculum made me a bit nervous! However, I usually adore this unit, as do the kids, and I wanted to do it justice! My school is functioning in a hybrid model where I see students in schoo
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
DIGITAL FLIPBOOK - ROMEO AND JULIET - WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE - PROJECT - DIGITAL LEARNING - VIRTUALRomeo and Juliet by William Shakespeare's Digital Flipbook is aligned with the English Language Arts Common Core State Standards (CCSS), 9-12 grade.Digital Flipbooks are an excellent way to engage your st
Grades:
7th - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education
Congratulations! You are invited to the Capulet Ball! This engaging and creative activity is focused on characterization. Do you want your students to demonstrate their understanding of characterization? In this activity, students will create a character dating profile for one character in Romeo and
This is a culminating project for Romeo and Juliet. Students are given 13 choices, and the document contains a rubric for grading and comparing.

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