Romeo and Juliet: What's Your Opinion? Questions for Journal or Discussion

Romeo and Juliet:  What's Your Opinion? Questions for Journal or Discussion
Romeo and Juliet:  What's Your Opinion? Questions for Journal or Discussion
Romeo and Juliet:  What's Your Opinion? Questions for Journal or Discussion
Romeo and Juliet:  What's Your Opinion? Questions for Journal or Discussion
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In Romeo and Juliet, Shakespeare's characters make many small decisions that result in far-reaching and tragic consequences. Print and go writing prompts or great as discussion starters, these questions encourage your students to think critically about individual characters' actions. Each of seven questions asks students to carefully consider the correctness of these actions and who bears responsibility for the resulting tragedy.

These seven questions also make for interesting discussions when used to compare opinions after reading/viewing different versions of Romeo and Juliet (i.e. first after reading the script, then after watching a movie version).

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Rebecca Gettelman

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45 minutes
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