This Grade 9 ELA Module 1: Unit 3, Lesson 11 lesson plan also includes:
The study of Romeo and Juliet continues as pairs use the provided summary tool worksheet to record evidence of how Shakespeare uses dramatic irony to heighten the tension in Juliet's soliloquy in act 3, scene 2, lines 1–31.
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- Begin with a discussion of dramatic irony and have class members offer examples from their experience
- The 11th in a 20-lesson unit that uses Romeo and Juliet as an anchor text
- The 11-page resource includes a link to an audio recording of Juliet's soliloquy in act 3, scene 2; a worksheet, a list of the Common Core standards that form the basis of the lesson, the plan, a vocabulary list, discussion questions and sample responses, a Quick Write prompt, and a homework assignment
- Each of the 20 lessons in the unit follow the same format