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This review activity for Romeo and Juliet by William Shakespeare is a series of puzzles covering plot, character, figurative language, conflict, and quote identification. You can present this as a Breakout Box (groups work at their desks) or as an Escape Room (groups seek clues you’ve hidden in the classroom). It has been designed to take 30-40 minutes. This resource includes a complete Teacher’s Guide (set-up, printing checklist, differentiation) and Answer Key.
What You Get:
1. Four tasks (plot, character, quotes, and close reading) with instructions and clues
2. Four station cards
3. "You've Been Poisoned!" cards (for optional increased difficulty)
4. Student Answer Sheets
5. A full Teacher's Guide with set-up options, a printing checklist, and an Answer Key
6. A poster for your door. ;)
7. NEW: Options for adding more difficulty, including a Secret Message!
This resource is now part of this 9th Grade Escape Room Bundle!
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