Fictional Character and Shakespeare's Character Twitter Assignment

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Fictional Character and Shakespeare's Character Twitter As
Fictional Character and Shakespeare's Character Twitter As
Fictional Character and Shakespeare's Character Twitter As
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Have your students create tweets for the fictional character from any story! You can use this with any piece of literature or any Shakespearean play. Romeo and Juliet specific worksheet is included. Your students will step into the brains of their favorite characters and tell their story in a way that is all too familiar to them: using twitter! Students will love creating 140 character tweets and hashtags! Perfect for middle school and high school students!
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Fictional Character and Shakespeare's Character Twitter As
Fictional Character and Shakespeare's Character Twitter As
Fictional Character and Shakespeare's Character Twitter As