These activities makes teaching Romeo and Juliet much easier and more student centered! I have bundled several activities together. First is Probable Passage that students complete prior to any discussion of the play. It acts as an anticipation activity to stimulate their interest in the play. The second activity is a Mix and Mingle for Act 1 & 2. This activity is used after reading the first two acts. Students circulate sharing their quotes and answers. They have to identify each quote and the context. I did not do the rest of the Acts because I wanted to vary the activities. The last activity is a study guide for Acts 2-5. I put the students into small groups and have them complete the answers together. When the group finishes the questions for each Act, they bring their papers up for me to check. Any questions they miss, they have to go back and look again. This activity works well with ESL students, also. I did not do a study guide for ACT 1 because I go through that Act in great detail and then let the students become responsible for the rest of their learning. These activities also allowed me to walk around and have great discussions with each group.