Use these three Romeo and Juliet Prologue activities for differentiated learning to jumpstart your Romeo and Juliet Unit.
The three activities include
☆ arranging the 14 lines of the prologue in order (after receiving them mixed up), including student handouts with and without cut lines, and with small and large font
☆ using context clues and literary devices to fill in nine word blanks within the prologue
☆ using context clues, rhyme scheme, rhythm, and literary devices to write every other line of the prologue
Please note that using all three activities for one student is ineffective. These activities are meant to be used for differentiated learning with students being given the one activity that best meets their needs.
Each activity includes the following (in .pdf form and cannot be edited):
★ detailed teacher instructions
★ post-activity worksheet with four critical thinking and analysis questions
★ activity handout
★ student instructions and prologue answers to be projected
★ answer keys for worksheets
⭐ There is also one overall prologue worksheet to be used after any of the three activities.
Each activity is designed to take between 1-2 class periods, which includes time for the activity, discussion, and both worksheets. Time may vary based on the needs of your class.
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