Romeo and Juliet can seem super intimidating to students at first, but once we begin to break things down for them, everything seems to make more sense! I always start with the Prologue, because it LITERALLY tells the students what the play is going to be about and reveals bold moments that occur.
Breaking up the prologue allows for the students to see it in chunks and get used to the language that they may or may not be intimidated by. It is important for students to become familiar and comfortable with the language used in Romeo and Juliet to better understand the play.
In this packet you will receive:
☆ Original prologue cards
☆ Translated prologue cards (I have some sarcastic hashtags in there)
☆ A list of materials needed
☆ Teacher guide and instructions
☆ Pointers and rules to the game