You know the drill. You give your class a scene of the play to read for homework, or maybe you start reading a scene together in class and then you want your students to finish it as homework. The next day arrives and (maybe) a third of the class has actually done the reading. Most of the kids sit there, silently wishing that a more studious kid will answer your questions.
Enough of this.
The solution to make sure those “I’m just along for the ride” kids actually do the homework reading? The One-Question Quizzer.
Use this package of One-Question Quizzers to take your class through every scene of Shakespeare's timeless tale of tragic love, Romeo and Juliet. These questions are specially designed to reward active readers and to reveal those who didn’t read or just relied on SparkNotes or CliffNotes to try to take a shortcut. Only students who actively read the play will be able to correctly answer the question.
Also, I’ve included three separate questions for each scene because teenagers will cheat (What? Shocking, I know.) and tell their friends in other classes what question you asked.
Package includes one page of detailed instructions and four pages of scene-by-scene questions covering Shakespeare's Romeo & Juliet.
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