Order Me Up – Fourteen parts of the play for you to arrange in sequence.
Death in Romeo and Juliet – The chaos really ensues in acts three and five.
Tragedy – This epic tragedy has some fatal flaws that defy logic, a bit.
The Balcony Scene – The classic scene is revisited and analyzed.
Romeo's Speech – We draw questions directly from the speech.
Yo, Juliet! – What if Romeo and Juliet were robots?
Juliet on the Balcony – Read the opening lines of Juliet's speech. Then answer the questions.
Acting Up – Fill in the chart by briefly describing the key scenes in each act.
Conflict in Romeo and Juliet – There are many physical conflicts in Romeo and Juliet, but each one also has an emotional or psychological subtext.
Old English in Romeo and Juliet – Shakespeare's plays were written in Old English, which is a little different from English today.
The Quotables – Choose one of the famous lines from William Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet.
The Main Idea – Write the main idea of the passage in your own words.
Friar Lawrence's First Soliloquy – Write a paragraph explaining what that theme is, and how it is developed through the action of the play.
Rosaline and Juliet – Why does Shakespeare introduce Romeo when he is in love with Rosaline?
Tell Us Your Thoughts – Based on both Romeo and Juliet's soliloquys, do you think their love is genuine? Why or why not?