This activity is designed to be a fun complementary activity to reading William Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet. Since the play has a lot to do with fate, I thought it would be fun for my students to look at their own horoscopes as we debated as a class whether fate or free will are more dominant for the characters in the play.
This activity asks students to track their horoscopes and analyze how accurate they think they are. Students will need access to the internet.
You might also enjoy these other Romeo and Juliet / Shakespeare products:
Tragedy and Context Lesson for Romeo and Juliet: https://bit.ly/2ItQWy7
Romeo and Juliet Anticipation Guide: https://bit.ly/2IvCk16
Shakespeare's Times Expert Presentations Project: https://bit.ly/2GYU5ZD
Romeo and Juliet Act 1 Questions: https://bit.ly/2qadTPj
Romeo and Juliet Act 2 Questions: https://bit.ly/2Izc2Lh
Romeo and Juliet Acts 1 and 2 Test: https://bit.ly/2JqkcXW
Romeo and Juliet Acts 3-5 Questions: https://bit.ly/2GAMIrO
Romeo and Juliet Acts 3-5 Test: https://bit.ly/2GXqRKG
Created for Ms Moore's English Classroom