Here is everything you need to have your students analyze decision-making skills in Romeo and Juliet and write a one-paragraph literary analysis. Included are detailed instructions for prewriting, drafting, revising, and proofreading. The following skills are covered: incorporating quotations,
using in-context documentation, using effective transition, using semicolons and conjunctive adverbs, using vivid verbs, and varying sentence beginnings. Also included are a prewriting graphic organizer, a student's self-evauation checklist, and a teacher's scoring rubric. This three-day lesson in the computer lab will allow your students to generate and organize their ideas; draft a well-developed paragraph; and most importantly think about a skill they can apply to their own lives--decision making!