Engage and challenge students as they analyze Brutus’s response to Portia’s death, examine the presentation of Caesar’s ghost, analyze significant quotations, and make substantiated predictions for Act V of Julius Caesar. Use this no prep Act IV resource as homework or in class, in cooperative groups or individually. A complete answer key is included.
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