This resource includes three activities to help your students compare and contrast the movie and play versions of Julius Caesar. It can be used with any movie version and works great as an end of unit activity.
The analysis activities include a compare and contrast graphic organizer, four movie analysis questions, and a compare and contrast paragraph.
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