Romeo and Juliet Teacher Resources
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Romeo and Juliet, Act IV: Cloze Summary
Fan of the cloze procedure? Present your readers of Romeo and Juliet with a cloze summary of Act IV. The activity could be used to check for understanding or as a group work exercise. The completed paragraphs could also be used as scene-by-scene summaries.
9th - 10th Language Arts 3 Views 17 Downloads
Literature Study Guide: Romeo and Juliet
Geared toward Romeo and Juliet, the teaching tools included in this resource are designed to support student-centered literature study, at home or in the classroom. Although labeled for Shakespeare's play, the activities could be used with any text.
8th - 9th Visual & Performing Arts 7 Views 219 Downloads
Romeo and Juliet List 3 Vocabulary
Provided here is the third list of many for Romeo and Juliet. Twenty new vocabulary terms are introduced like masque, coy, and dirge. Through short-answer questions and fill in the blanks, your readers will develop the vocabulary necessary to understanding one of William Shakespeare's classics.
8th - 9th Language Arts 3 Views 4 Downloads
Texts to Use when Teaching Romeo & Juliet
Students read the book The Whisperer and discuss the book's relationship to the story of Romeo and Juliet. In this teaching Romeo/Juliet lesson, students examine the idea of racism and prejudice as it pertains to the story. Students discuss the interpretations of the play and draw conclusions about the feud between the families in the story.
9th - Higher Ed Language Arts 6 Views 8 Downloads
Romeo and Juliet Compare-Contrast Paper
In this Romeo and Juliet worksheet, high schoolers write an essay in which they analyze the characters of Romeo and Juliet, comparing and contrasting their types of love. Students work through a step-by-step process to complete their essay.
9th - 12th Language Arts 9 Views 68 Downloads
Romeo and Juliet Project
In this Romeo and Juliet instructional activity, learners choose one of four final projects to complete after reading Romeo and Juliet. Students may choose a project in which they design costumes, draw a blueprint of the Globe Theater, or create scenes on a poster or in shadow box.
8th - 10th Language Arts 12 Views 62 Downloads
Romeo and Juliet Promptbook - The Balcony Scene
In this Romeo and Juliet instructional activity, students view three versions of the balcony scene. Students discuss why the director chose the elements for the film versions. Students then complete a prompt-book activity analyze the setting, costumes, and language in the scene.
10th - 12th Visual & Performing Arts 8 Views 50 Downloads
Literary Response and Analysis: Romeo and Juliet's
Tenth graders complete characterization analysis for Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet. In this characterization lesson, 10th graders work in learning tiers to analyze the characters and plot in the play. Students work under, at, and above their grade level to analyze the play and share their analysis with the class.
10th Language Arts 3 Views 22 Downloads
Boys Will Be Boys...Right?
Through this exercise, high schoolers identify character traits present in Romeo and Juliet. They listen to an excerpt from "The Office of Christian Parents: Showing How Children Are to be Governed" and participate in a Socratic discussion about how the "Romeo and Juliet" character traits support a "nature" or "nurture" viewpoint.
9th - 12th Language Arts 3 Views 16 Downloads
What's Missing FrombRomeo and Juliet? Part 2
Fill in the blank on these quotes from Romeo and Juliet. The tricky part is that you are only told the speaker in two instances. Choose from four words the one that belongs in the quote. Test your class's knowledge of the play!
9th - Higher Ed Visual & Performing Arts 3 Views 2 Downloads
Romeo and Juliet: KWHL Strategy
Introduce Romeo and Juliet with a KWHL strategy that asks learners to record what they know, what they want to learn, and how they will find this information on a large chart posted in the classroom. During the reading of Shakespeare’s play, information learned will be added to the final column of the chart.
9th - 12th Language Arts 11 Views 22 Downloads
Romeo! Why Do You Have to Be a Doggone Montague?
Ninth graders discover Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet. In this drama lesson, 9th graders read the second scene of the second act of the play and watch film versions of the play. Students paraphrase Shakespeare's words using today's English and present the scene for their classmates.
9th Language Arts 7 Views 22 Downloads