Romeo and Juliet – Keep Teens Reading with Scene-By-Scene Quizzers
"Did my heart love til now? Forswear it, sight! For I ne'er saw true beauty til this night." Keep your students reading with these scene-by-scene Romeo & Juliet quizzers. Accountability for them; easy grading for you!
Throw out the tired review games and dazzle your class with this Prezi, where you’ll “zoom” from question-to-answer with slick animations and vibrant caricatures. Your students won’t even realize they’re prepping for their end-of-unit exam on William Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream because they’ll be so excited to play the game!
Romeo and Juliet Game, an Entire Period of Fun Review
Throw out the tired review games and dazzle your class with this Prezi, where you’ll “zoom” from question-to-answer with slick animations and adorable images of Romeo, Juliet, and all the supporting players. Your students won’t even realize they’re prepping for their end-of-unit exam on Shakespeare's Romeo & Juliet because they’ll be so excited to see the next question.
Globe Theatre, Lecture & Fun Hands-on Activity for Shakespeare's Globe Theater
Launch your study of any Shakespearean play with this full-class period multimedia lecture and hands-on activity that will get your students excited about working with The Bard and learning about his Globe Theatre.
Shakespearean Insults & Flattery Contests, Works w/ANY Shakespeare Play, CCSS
In one version, students use Shakespeare’s language to hurl insults, poetry-slam style. In the other version, students try to flatter and impress using unique combinations of Shakespeare’s honeyed words. Two separate engaging and creative lessons.
King Lear (test, Qs, and AP® ENGLISH LITERATURE FREE-RESPONSE QUESTION)
King Lear quiz and AP® ENGLISH LITERATURE FREE-RESPONSE QUESTION Included in this unit are the following: 1. A multiple-choice quiz with nine questions and answers 2. Some multiple-choice questions ask for clarification. 3. There are five questions that ask for supporting evidence from the play to support the student’s ideas. 4. A copy of the 2011 AP® ENGLISH LITERATURE AND COMPOSITION FREE-RESPONSE QUESTION where King Lear was a listed work. $