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Romeo and Juliet - Act I Characterization Chart and Guiding Questions

Romeo and Juliet -  Act I Characterization Chart and Guiding Questions
Romeo and Juliet -  Act I Characterization Chart and Guiding Questions
Romeo and Juliet -  Act I Characterization Chart and Guiding Questions
Romeo and Juliet -  Act I Characterization Chart and Guiding Questions
Romeo and Juliet -  Act I Characterization Chart and Guiding Questions
Romeo and Juliet -  Act I Characterization Chart and Guiding Questions
Romeo and Juliet -  Act I Characterization Chart and Guiding Questions
Romeo and Juliet -  Act I Characterization Chart and Guiding Questions
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These notes are designed to be used in a variety of ways, from independent reading, analysis to whole class discussion, and theatrical acting in class. Standards and activities all correlate to an end of the year unit exam and in-class activities that can also be downloaded from my store.

Sample Questions:What happened to the rest of the Capulet children? Why does that make it important for Juliet to marry Paris?
What is the Capulet servant’s problem? How does this relate to Shakespeare’s time?
Reflection: Romeo is a romantic dreamer while Benvolio is very practical. How do you think this will influence their actions throughout the play? Who do you think should run the family?


Other free resources can be found on my classroom blog: www.mrmarossi.com
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6 pages
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2 hours
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