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Character Analysis: Brutus' Conscience and Caesar's Danger

Unit 11: Analyzing Rhetoric in Julius Caesar and Contemporary Speeches
Lesson 6 of 16

Objective: SWBAT explain Shakespeare's characterization of Brutus by paraphrasing poetic language and by questioning the text in groups.

Big Idea: Students gain greater control of reading Shakespeare by working in groups in a 1:1 computer setting.

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