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I have long found CCSS. 9-10.7/11-12.7, which deal with analyzing multiple versions of a work, to be extremely challenging. The standard grows more complicated when teachers consider the 9-10 standard specifically indicates that students should consider two different mediums, and the 11-12 standard identifies Shakespeare by name.
Because I find these standards particularly difficult, I developed this PowerPoint, which takes students through four different visual interpretations of the death of Julius Caesar. Students see four different visual interpretations of Caesar's death, each with a different artistic and historical perspective. I've included the questions I ask my students to consider as we move through this resource. In addition, I've also included the specific lesson plan I use in class. Included in this product are two versions: one version with questions and one without. Includes PowerPoint and PDF.
This has become a lesson I teach every year, and I hope you enjoy using it as much as I enjoyed making it.
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