What individual(s) from your family has a direct impact on the turn of events in the play?

Character Diary: (Alternate assignment for Shakespeare Parody) As a Montague or a Capulet consider the following questions. Be sure to pick a character so you can respond in 1st-person, just the way you would write in a personal diary!  *5 pages, double spaced, size 12 font Once you have selected what character you want… Continue reading What individual(s) from your family has a direct impact on the turn of events in the play?

How do the major events in the play affect you and your family (capulet or montaque) as a whole?

Character Diary: (Alternate assignment for Shakespeare Parody) As a Montague or a Capulet consider the following questions. Be sure to pick a character so you can respond in 1st-person, just the way you would write in a personal diary!  *5 pages, double spaced, size 12 font Once you have selected what character you want… Continue reading How do the major events in the play affect you and your family (capulet or montaque) as a whole?

How does the hatred among the families in the play romeo and juliet factor into the daily life of the community?

You are required to write 2-3 pages (of thoughtful material) regarding only ONE of the following questions, citing no less than three times directly from the play. You must cite directly from the play, at least four times, for full credit on this exam. OF COURSE you may use both a dictionary, and your copy… Continue reading How does the hatred among the families in the play romeo and juliet factor into the daily life of the community?

How does prince escalus foreshadow the events to come in the first act of the play?

You are required to write 2-3 pages (of thoughtful material) regarding only ONE of the following questions, citing no less than three times directly from the play. You must cite directly from the play, at least four times, for full credit on this exam. OF COURSE you may use both a dictionary, and your copy… Continue reading How does prince escalus foreshadow the events to come in the first act of the play?