In addition to two versions of my "Romeo & Juliet" exam both with keys, you'll find an assortment of other activities in this download.
There is an argument>evidence>explain practice handout that will help you lead your students through strong paragraph writing, and I've included an example here with some color-coding to lead discussion.
You will find two versions of a video study guide. The video is hosted on YouTube and is the "A&E Shakespeare: A Life of Drama" video that is approximately 45 minutes long.
You'll also find my introductory presentation which offers some background information about Shakespeare and specifically about the play.
There is also a sonnet activity for the opening prologue. This is always one of my first activities, and not only does it help the students become familiar with Shakespeare's language, it allows them to try their hand at sonnet writing too.
Finally, you'll find a handy guide I made that outlines which actors have parts in which scenes. I find this very helpful for assigning parts and knowing which actors speak the most frequently. Once you assign parts you can update my casting presentation for when you announce who has been given which part. (Note: I assign parts based largely on personality and reading ability, but I typically give a Google Survey to ask who prefers a large, medium, or small speaking part.)