Romeo and Juliet project

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This lesson contains 37 slides, with interactive quizzes, text slides and 6 videos.

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Romeo and Juliet project

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What do you know about Shakespeare?

Slide 2 - Mind map

Slide 3 - Video

Shakespeare
Stratford upon Avon
1564-1616 (52 y)
plays + poems
black death
The Globe - London

Slide 4 - Slide

You'll watch a clip about the Globe. 
You'll have to answer questions afterwards.

Slide 5 - Slide

Slide 6 - Video

When was the globe originally constructed?
A
14th century
B
15th century
C
16th century
D
17th century

Slide 7 - Quiz

The best place in the globe to see a play is
A
in the pit
B
first circle
C
second circle
D
top circle

Slide 8 - Quiz

The most expensive place in the globe to see a play is
A
in the pit
B
first circle
C
second circle
D
top circle

Slide 9 - Quiz

Difference between west end plays now and plays then
A
audience in the dark / audience in the light
B
no participation with audience/ participation
C
women in the plays / no women allowed
D
important to see the play / important to hear the play

Slide 10 - Quiz

What happened if the audience didn't like the play?
A
shouting at actors
B
throwing things at actors
C
the play stopped
D
nothing

Slide 11 - Quiz

Read the prologue
try to understand it / translate it
questions will follow

Slide 12 - Slide

Where is the story set?

Slide 13 - Open question

What line tells us already how the story will end? cite the first two words

Slide 14 - Open question

Who will the play be about according to the prologue?
A
Romeo and Juliet
B
two households
C
a pair of lovers
D
children

Slide 15 - Quiz

What will the duration of the play be?

Slide 16 - Open question

What is the rhymesceme?

Slide 17 - Open question

Romeo and Juliet
lesson 2

Slide 18 - Slide

Slide 19 - Video

Romeo and Juliet
  • written between 1591-1595
  • (romantic) tragedy 
  • star-crossed lovers / family feud
  • most popular during Shakespeare's lifetime
  • Romeo+Juliet by Baz Luhrmann (1996)

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Slide 21 - Video

Slide 22 - Video

Slide 23 - Video

What is this scene called?
A
Capulet's Orchard
B
Act 2
C
Orchard scene
D
Balcony scene

Slide 24 - Quiz

Romeo compares Juliet to
A
sun
B
moon
C
bright angel
D
saint

Slide 25 - Quiz

Romeo compares Juliet's eyes to
A
sun
B
lamp
C
stars
D
heaven

Slide 26 - Quiz

Which metaphor does Romeo use to say he would like to touch Juliet?
A
a stream
B
a glove
C
daylight
D
heaven

Slide 27 - Quiz

The what does Juliet mean with the famous line 'O Romeo, Romeo! Wherefore art thou Romeo'

Slide 28 - Open question

Which words does Romeo use to tell Juliet it was a piece of cake to climb inside the garden to see her? Cite first two words

Slide 29 - Open question

What is more dangerous than 20 swords according to Romeo?
A
Juliet's eyes
B
the kinsmen
C
the orchard walls
D
the enemy Capulet

Slide 30 - Quiz

Why does Friar Laurence decide to marry Romeo and Juliet?
A
He knows it is true love
B
He likes both of them
C
He will fake the marriage
D
He hopes the families' fight willl end

Slide 31 - Quiz

Read the rest of the handout and try to fill in the family trees

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Summary of the whole play

Slide 36 - Slide


Imagine that you have just met the most fabulous and wonderful person and, incredibly,  fallen in love. You are absolutely sure that they are the person you want to spend the rest of  your life with. The only problem is that their family is at war with your family and your parents  would never allow you to see each other.  What would you do and why? 
* stop seeing this person so you don’t upset your family
* tell your family about the situation and hope they understand
* see the person in secret
* marry the person in secret
* move away to another place with the person
  Is there anything else you could do?  

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