Your secondary students will love this Google Drive version of my Romeo and Juliet prologue annotation and writing activity! Students will type and work directly in the file
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This digital interactive ePlan includes teacher instructions (GoogleDrive and Microsoft OneDrive) and a link to 5 slides of prologue activity resources: an annotation activity, two versions of a writing task, and two rubrics.
This Romeo and Juliet Prologue Annotation and Writing Activity is a great way to introduce William Shakespeare's drama to your students.
Begin your teaching of Romeo and Juliet by annotating the prologue and then rewriting it line-by-line.
This resource includes an annotation activity with an annotation key to make close reading less daunting for students. There is also two different versions of a writing activity included. A final grading rubric and a suggested annotation key are also included.
Other differentiated "Romeo and Juliet" materials that might interest you:
Ultimate Romeo and Juliet Differentiation Bundle
Romeo and Juliet: Differentiated Writing Tasks for ESL Students
Romeo and Juliet Argumentative Essay with ESL support
Making Sense of Blank Verse and Iambic Pentameter
Romeo and Juliet CLOZE summary passages
SMARTePlans Romeo and Juliet Prologue Activity for Google Drive
The Google Drive interaction in this resource provides students with extra writing support. The PDF also includes black and white copies of the digital files.
This resource is available in my 2016 SMARTePlans Growing Bundle:
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