By K. Powers, M.S. Ed.
Included: 41 terms with three clues each; an empty BINGO card; an example of a filled-in BINGO card; and a cover page showing examples of the terms.
Use this review as a BINGO game, “spelling-like” bee, end-of-class filler, study guide or test. Each term has three different questions. They will print so that each term and its three questions fit on the front of an index card which you can use year after year. The 14 characters and 27 literary devices can be combined or the 27 literary devices can be used by themselves. If you use everything as a BINGO game, photocopy one empty BINGO card for each student or just have the students draw a 25-square grid. Let students fill in the squares randomly with whatever terms you suggest. There are enough literary terms to fill a BINGO card but there are not enough characters to fill a BINGO card; you will need to include some literary terms with the characters.
41 terms used: Benvolio, Capulet, Lady Capulet, Friar Laurence, Juliet, Mercutio, Montague, Nurse, Paris, Peter, Prince Escalus, Romeo, Rosaline, Tybalt, alliteration, allusion, analogy, aphorism, comic relief, couplet, foil, foreshadowing, internal rhyme, verbal irony, situational irony, dramatic irony, juxtaposition, malapropism, metaphor, motif, oxymoron, paradox, parallelism, personification, pun, repetition, rhetorical question, rhyme, satire, simile, and sonnet.