Remember those "Choose Your Own Adventure" books from your youth? They are quite engaging for today's youth (especially reluctant readers!).
I have written a short CYOA-type book based on Shakespeare's play. It is a very fun and engaging way for students to review the play.
Students take the role of a Shakespeare character (or two!) and make decisions the characters make in the actual play. The key to a happy ending (or as happy as a Shakespearean tragedy can end) is to make the EXACT SAME decisions the characters make in the play. All other decisions lead to (even more) tragic endings.
Note: Print the PDF in "Booklet" form.
The winds of change rustle your hair as crowds of people celebrate the return of the victorious Caesar. You—Brutus—and your fellow senators are nervous about Caesar’s victory and his popularity. Romans have become comfortable in their democratic society and might forget the terrors of tyranny. Imagine if they make Caesar their king; you and your peers in the Senate would lose all power and hope for a free Rome.
But then, Caesar is a friend. He may prove to be a good ruler, after all.