This begins with the plot component also titled Julius Caesar Retold which is in modern English, then it has:
a Test Or Discussion Prompts For Julius Caesar (20 questions);
Multiple Choice Test (20 questions plus Answer Key);
a Julius Caesar-Literature Word Search with Answers Key;
Word Search For Literature Common Core Terms along with the Answers Key;
A Guided Composition Re Julius Caesar along with the Answers Key (Basic and toward developing higher order composition-rhetoric skills);
How To Teach Julius Caesar In Line With CCSS.ELA-Literacy.1-10;
Suggestions For How To Read The Story;
Classroom Play Ideas For Julius Caesar;
Basic Literacy Terms in English and Spanish;
Roman-Connected Clip Art (handy for theme-setting, dressing up worksheets and tests, interconnected art projects etc;
Certificate of Completion; Handy Research And Interactive Links (Articles, Books, Forums, Videos).
Handy Research And Interactive Links.
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Spanish used in products in the store here is the more informal Latino Spanish actually used by most students from Latin America rather than the formal Castillian of Spain; so there are some differences in grammar, spelling and or vocabulary even as there are with American and British English.
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