The Importance of that First Confrontation, Act I, Scene 1 - Section 2: Prologue Review/Act I, Scene I

 
  The Importance of that First Confrontation, Act I, Scene 1
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Romeo & Juliet, Act I, Scene I

Unit 2: Romeo and Juliet
Lesson 6 of 12

Objective: SWBAT begin to develop an understanding of the conflicts that anchor the exposition in Romeo and Juliet.

Big Idea: The seeds of tragedy are planted in the first scene...

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