Julius Caesar Creative Winter Olympics Activity
Students get to choose which winter olympic event the characters of Shakespeare's Tragedy of Julius Caesar should compete in. This is a great activity that is not only timely and relevant, but forces the students to think critically and creatively about the events and characters in the play. They will have to justify why each character would excel in his/her event.
Includes examples, directions, ready-to-print handouts, list of descriptions for each sporting event, and list of descriptions for each character.
Check out these Olympic resources to use with ANY play, novel, or short story:
Creative Activity for Literature: Olympics Winter Games Activities
Creative Activity for Literature: Olympics Summer Games Activities