This handout defines what a soliloquy is for students. Students are then instructed to review Juliet's soliloquy in scene three of act four and complete the corresponding chart.
The corresponding chart forces students to analyze the many fears Juliet voices aloud, themes developed, and literary devices used in the soliloquy. Furthermore, the third column of the chart has more engaging tasks that prompt students to create tweets, draw pictures, or identify contemporary mediums with similar themes as Romeo and Juliet.
A key is included, but some answers will vary.