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3 With Your Host... Ms. Espinosa

4 Silence is golden, but Foil is silver
…And The Plot Thickens What you Talkin’ ‘bout, Shakespeare?! Thou Art History Oh, girly man, you’re so punny! Who for art thou? 100 100 100 100 100 100 200 200 200 200 200 200 300 300 300 300 300 300 400 400 400 400 400 400 500 500 500 500 500 500

5 True or False: Groundlings were patrons who stood to watch the plays, and threw food at the actors when they were bored. A 100

6 True A 100

7 This theater was a public theater for many years, until a fire burned it down

8 What is The Globe A 200

9 Shakespeare’s characters were played mostly by these types of people…

10 Who are men A 300

11 True or False: Shakespeare’s characters did not dress in period costumes but instead dressed to their own Elizabethan fashions A 400

12 True A 400

13 This device developed by Shakespeare was used to allow the dead to be buried and spirits to emerge from the underworld on stage. A 500

14 What is the trap door A 500

15 Tybalt is a foil for what character in Romeo and Juliet?

16 Who is Romeo B 100

17 This lady nurses Juliet’s needs while her foil sours at the fact that she has a child
B 200

18 Who is the nurse B 200

19 Mercutio highlights this important aspect of Benvolio’s character

20 What is his serious/reasonable nature (or teacher’s discretion)

21 One shows lust while the other is more reserved in her relations with suitors
B 400

22 Who are Juliet and Rosaline
B 400

23 What are the dominant foil characters in the novel, To Kill a Mockingbird?

24 Who are Atticus Finch and Bob Ewell

25 My purpose is to provide background to the story and foreshadow what might happen.

26 What is the Prologue C 100

27 How does Benvolio try and cheer up Romeo?

28 What is he recommends they go to the party and check out the ladies 

29 What is the inciting incident of the play?

30 What is when the servant “invites” Romeo and Benvolio to the Capulet party

31 The climax (or crisis moment as it is
called by Shakespeare) occurs when… C 400

32 Romeo kills Tybalt, and Romeo is banished
C 400

33 Draw the plot map (or “Freytag’s Pyramid) as it was utilized by Shakespeare for his tragedies.
C 500

34 Teacher’s Discretion C 500

35 I said, “O Romeo, Romeo! Wherefore art thou Romeo!”
*BONUS* What is this speech an example of? D 100

36 Who is Juliet And What is an apostrophe D 100

37 Paraphrase the following line by the prince
“If ever you disturb our streets again/ Your lives shall pay the forfeit of the peace.” D 200

38 Teacher’s Discretion D 200

39 In Act II scene 2, Juliet says,
“This bud of love, by summer’s ripening breath,/May prove a beauteous flow’r when next we meet,” What is the “summer’s ripening breath?” D 300

40 The force of the wind D 300

41 Paraphrase the following:
“I pray thee, good Mercutio, let’s retire/The day is hot, the capels are abroad./And, if we meet, we shall no ‘scape a brawl.” D 400

42 Teacher’s Discretion D 400

43 Why is it significant that Shakespeare included the line:
“Death is the end of all” D 500

44 Teacher’s Discretion D 500

45 This quote includes this literary element.
“I have night’s cloak to hide me from their eyes, and but thou love me, let them find me here…” This quote includes this literary element. E 100

46 What is personification

47 “She hath Dian’s wit, And, in strong proof of chastity well armed…”
is an example of what literary element? E 200

48 What is allusion E 200

49 You have 30 seconds to produce the speech in Act III that contains the most oxymorons.
GO!  E 300

50 Teacher’s Discretion E 300

51 is an example of this literary element.
“This day’s black fate on more days doth depend; this but begins the woe others must end” is an example of this literary element. E 400

52 What is foreshadowing E 400

53 Tybalt: “Mercutio, thou consortest with Romeo.”
Mercutio: “Consort? What, dost thou make us minstrels?” This is an example of what device? E 500

54 What is a pun E 500

55 I understated my wound by calling it “a scratch.”
F 100

56 Who is Mercutio F 100

57 I tell Juliet she can choose whomever she wishes to marry, but later go back on my word by forcing her to marry Paris (or get out, ho!) F 200

58 (Juliet’s dad is NOT sufficient)
Who is Lord Capulet (Juliet’s dad is NOT sufficient) F 200

59 I am “the fairies’ midwife, and [I] come in
a shape no bigger than an agate stone” to give dreams to lovers F 300

60 Who is Queen Mab F 300

61 I offer a soliloquy in which I compare the life and purpose of plants to those of human beings.

62 What is Friar Laurence F 400

63 I secretly harbor a personal vendetta in my decision to not kill Romeo as punishment for killing Tybalt. F 500

64 Who is the prince F 500

65 The Final Jeopardy Category is: “There art thou happy…”
Please record your wager. Click on screen to begin

66 Click on screen to continue
List the three reasons the friar offers Romeo as reasons he still has to be happy despite his seemingly tragic circumstances. Click on screen to continue

67 Juliet still loves him Tybalt would have killed him if he hadn’t killed Tybalt first The prince has chosen to banish him and not have him killed as the law would require

68 Thank You for Playing Jeopardy!

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