This Julius Caesar Escape Room has three review games in one, testing students' ability to identify literary elements, quotations, and plot parts in the Shakespeare play. The escape room can be used with or without technology. Students are awarded letters for each correct numeric code, and then unscramble the letters to find the secret phrase and win the game.
This product includes the following (all task cards and instruction sheets are in .pdf form and can't be edited):
➀ Who Said It? escape game
— 12 task cards, each containing three quotes, asking students to identify the speaker of each quote
➁ Literary Elements escape game
— 8 task cards, each containing three quotes, asking students to identify the literary element present
➂ Plot Parts escape game
— 8 total task cards: 6 task cards, each containing four plot parts, asking students to arrange them in chronological orders; 1 task card asking students to identify exposition, rising action, climax, falling action, and resolution; 1 task card asking students to identify protagonist, antagonist, tragic hero, and foil
➃ teacher instructions
, including links to the Google Forms if using technology -- the Google forms can be changed should you wish to alter the secret phrases, and link to overview instruction video
➄ student instruction pages
that include hints to the secret phrases
➅ answer keys
, including explanations for literary elements answers
➆ optional risk/reward task cards
In the Google-led facilitation (a quicker version), students input answers into a Google Form and are automatically told if their code is correct for each card and awarded a letter toward the secret phrase.
In teacher-led facilitation (a lengthier version), teachers will check answers for students and award letters toward the secret phrase.
The length of time depends on whether you allow your class to use the play and/or notes. Each of the three escape rooms may take between 25-45 minutes depending on level of your class and familiarity with the play.
Please note that this product considers Antony turning the Roman citizens against Brutus and the conspirators as the climax of the play. The climax in a tragedy occurs when things turn bad for the protagonist (in this case, Brutus) and never get better.
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