You'll shout, "Veni, Vidi, Vici!" when you discover how these two activities help your students to delve into the Bard's literary style of Shakespeare's Julius Caesar. After reading Act II, students analyze blank verse. After reading Act III, students work to identify examples of speech elements like Soliloquy, Monologue, Aside, and Apostrophe. Both activities can be modified by you to fit your needs! Answer keys are included. These activities are designed to be used for individual work, but are flexible enough to use as small group or even whole-class activities. You'll have them reading like detectives in time to "Beware the Ides of March!"
(Note: I've noticed different copies of the play note lines in different ways, so you may need to modify line identification slightly to fit your version).