Do your students struggle while reading a difficult text like Romeo and Juliet by William Shakespeare? This money-saving bundle includes 3 different review games to help your students get a better understanding of the play. These games are great for differentiation.
Romeo and Juliet Bingo Review Game
Romeo and Juliet Bingo is a fun way to review at the end of the play Romeo and Juliet by William Shakespeare. Use this game to help students prepare for the unit test. This is a fun way to review a difficult text.
✤ Teacher Directions
✤ 3 pages of flashcards with the characters, symbols and terms and descriptions/definitions on them (For both teacher use during the game or students can use them to review the text.)
✤ 30 different Bingo Game Cards (If you have more than 30 students in a class you can put them in pairs or small groups.)
✤ 1 blank bingo game card for you to write in whatever you want.
Romeo and Juliet PowerPoint Review Game
This product is a 40 slide review game for the play Romeo and Juliet by William Shakespeare. Review the play in a fun Jeopardy-style game format. This game can be displayed from a projector or on a SMARTBoard, The game is in MS PowerPoint and is fully editable.
The review game features six categories (The Capulets, The Montagues, Acts One and Two, Act Three, Acts Four and Five and Literary Devices and Terms), 30 questions (5 questions per category), and one final question at the end of the game.
✤ Teacher Directions: A full explanation on how to use the PPT.
✤ Review Game: 40 slides to help students review the play before taking a unit exam.
✤ Questions and Suggested Answers in MS Word format
This entire product (except for the cover) is fully editable.
Character Card Sort Memory Review Game for Romeo and Juliet
Do your students mix up the characters every time you read a work of literature? Playing a character card sort memory review game will not only help them remember the characters, but it is also a fun and engaging activity.
There are 3 types of cards: Character Cards, Description Cards and Quote Cards. Students needs to match each character with his/her description and a quote that he/she said.
The character cards come in both color and black and white. Pick which one works best for your printing needs.
Students can work individually or in small groups during this activity. Students will find this activity much more engaging than a traditional character chart.
✤ Character Cards (black and white or color)
✤ Description Cards
✤ Quote Cards
✤ Student Answer Sheet
✤ Answer Key
✤ 4 Blank Cards (write in anything you want)
There are 24 character cards (12 black and white and 12 color). The following characters are included in this review game: Benvolio, Lord Capulet, Friar Lawrence, Juliet Capulet, Lady Capulet, Lady Montague, Mercutio, Lord Montague, The Nurse, Romeo Montague, Prince Escalus and Tybalt.
When I play fun review games I either give the winners free homework passes or 5 points on the next test. Either prize is free and will make your students happy.
Please download the previews and if you have any questions feel free to ask.