Examination of the Prologue: An Activity in Annotation, Translation, and Recitation

Unit 14: Romeo and Juliet Act 1: Character Introduction and Analysis
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Objective: SWBAT analyze how an author's choices concerning how to structure a text to create tension by annotating, "translating," and reciting the prologue of Romeo and Juliet.

Big Idea: Why does Shakespeare write his own Sparknotes?

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