Foreshadowing in Romeo & Juliet: A Reflection and Analysis Activity

Foreshadowing in Romeo & Juliet: A Reflection and Analysis Activity
Foreshadowing in Romeo & Juliet: A Reflection and Analysis Activity
Foreshadowing in Romeo & Juliet: A Reflection and Analysis Activity
Foreshadowing in Romeo & Juliet: A Reflection and Analysis Activity
Foreshadowing in Romeo & Juliet: A Reflection and Analysis Activity
Foreshadowing in Romeo & Juliet: A Reflection and Analysis Activity
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Here's a great foreshadowing worksheet for your students (use at the end of the play), where they identify the speaker and context of a quote, then reflect and analyze why foreshadowing is being used.

There are eight quotes. Sheet is meant to be double-sided, and it comes with an answer key!

This could be a great partner activity or end-of-play quiz!

Thanks,
Teacher in the Rye
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1 hour
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