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- This Julius Caesar and Shakespeare Bundle combines my Julius Caesar Comics and Activitiesand the Intro to Shakespeare Activity Bundle, two resources that bring laughter and engagement to the study of this classic play. The Julius Caesar set includes summaries of each act. When I teach Julius Caesar$18.40$23.00Save $4.60
- This is the big one! ALL of my Shakespeare resources available in ONE bundle. Six plays. Lots of activities. Your classroom will be filled with students excited to get involved with the Bard.There are comic summaries of the following plays: Romeo and Juliet, Julius Caesar, A Midsummer Night's Dream,$67.99$84.99Save $17.00
- Romeo and Juliet and Julius Ceasar. Two of Shakespeare's most famous plays. Now all the resources you need to make BOTH plays a fun and meaningful experience for your students.Included in this bundle are Romeo and Juliet Comics and Activities and Julius Caesar Activities. Each act of each play is su$35.20$44.00Save $8.80
Make teaching Julius Caesar fun and engaging with this set of lessons and activities to help you lead students on a journey through one of Shakespeare’s most famous plays.
The most important thing you’ll find here are comic summaries of each act. You can hand these out to students before they read to give them a summary of what will happen in the play without giving too much away or use them as a quick review for students who have been absent. In either case, I bring the story to life with humor and fun, just as Shakespeare should be presented. Furthermore, there are Easter eggs in each comic - hidden metaphors and images from the play that students can find. And there are secret messages in each comic as well!
In addition, this set includes several activities that will creatively engage students will the play such as:
- composing a letter to Brutus from Cassius
- research on the Feast of Lupercal
- writing from different points of view
- reinterpreting famous bad dreams
- analyzing a primary source document account of Caesar's assassination
- a persuasive activity on who is the best leader in the play
- an analysis of Brutus as a tragic hero
Plus, I've also included a comic biography of Shakespeare to kick off your unit.
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