Teaching Romeo and Juliet - Section 1: Unit Introduction

 
  Teaching Romeo and Juliet
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Who is the Bard? And, Why Should We Read his Play, Romeo and Juliet?

Unit 8: Romeo and Juliet
Lesson 1 of 13

Objective: SWBAT demonstrate an understanding of background information for Shakespeare through using a powerpoint presentation and by answering comprehension questions. SWBAT cite specific evidence by reviewing drama terms, and closely reading the Prologue and other short passages from (Act 1, Scene 1 Romeo and Juliet) and demonstrate understanding by writing evidence based answers.

Big Idea: How to start the process of bringing "No Fear" to Shakespeare.

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