Want your students to decide whether Romeo is an action hero or emotional wreck? How about if Romeo and Juliet were truly in love or simply infatuated? Look no further!!
Included in packet:
Page 1&2: Cover art and what’s included in packet.
Page 3 & 4: Overview of how to do the paper, including what should be included in each paragraph for BOTH topics. There is a page for Love/Infatuation and a page for Hero/Emotional wreck
Page 5: This sheet will go on the back of both topic sheets.
Page 6&7: Example paper with the topic of whether Capulet is a good father or not.
Page 8: Example Works Cited. It shows how to cite a text book or a book with one author if you’re using No Fear Shakespeare of something of the like.
Page 9: Rubric
Page 10&11: Quotations for Love/Infatuation
Page 12 &13: Quotations for Hero or Emotional wreck in case you want them.
Standards covered: CCSS W. 9-10. 2a-f, 4, 5
These are also available separately:
Is Romeo a Hero or Emotional Wreck?
Love or Infatuation?
To see all my other Romeo and Juliet Lessons, click here.
Store: I Heart Freshman English
Key Words: Bundle, English 1, English 9, Romeo and Juliet, essay, love, infatuation, hero, emotional wreck