This activity is a great way to get students moving and thinking deeply about Hamlet by encouraging them to develop and support their opinions with textual evidence. In order to complete this activity, assign spots of your room to be areas where students go if they agree strongly, disagree strongly, aren't sure, disagree, or agree. You can eliminate some of these options if you want to ensure that each student takes a stance on each item. (Posters to use for this activity are free to download in my store.) Put each of the Hamlet controversial statements up on the board and have students move to the area of the room that represents their opinion. Have the students discuss with one another or with someone of a different opinion why they answered the way that they did. I walked around while students discussed to ensure students were using textual evidence and used what I heard to engage the students in a class-wide discussion.