I created this activity to help my students (a.) understand the different characters' perspectives in the middle of Act III after Romeo is banished, (b.) understand important plot points in this part of the play, and (c.) identify lines in the play that convey these perspectives and plot points.
This game is really fun and interactive, and once the directions are explained, students can easily guide themselves through the activity.
Instructions: Each student gets a "bingo" grid and a quote card (it's okay if more than one student gets the same quote card). Students have to mingle with one another to find quotes that fit in each box of the bingo board. When they find a quote that fits, they need to copy that quote in the corresponding box.