If you are teaching The Tragedy of Romeo and Juliet, these questions, with answer key included, are perfect to help your students solidify their comprehension of the play as they read it. They are conveniently split up by act and scene so that you can use them throughout your study of the play. They are intended to be done independently, but they are great discussion starters and also work well with use in small groups. I used them in class to discuss themes, character, and literary devices, with an emphasis on dramatic irony. They can also double as a study guide when students finish the play.The questions cover all levels of Bloom's Taxonomy and are meant to enable your students to get more meaning from the text. I used them several years when I was teaching this play, so they are student and teacher tested and revised after use. I passed them out one section at a time as we were studying the play, but you could also give them to students in one packet if you prefer.