Romeo meets Juliet on a Sunday night. By Thursday, six people (in order of deaths: Mercutio, Tybalt, Lady Montague (dies when she learns of Romeo's exile), Paris, Romeo, and Juliet) are dead as the town of Verona weeps. Use this attractively built timeline worksheet to help students chart the events of the accelerated chronology of Romeo & Juliet.
This 3-page PDF includes directions, a one-sheet student handout, and an answer key.
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