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Julius Caesar Acts I & II Review Act I – Part 1 Act I – Part 2 Act II – Part 1 Act II – Part 2 Characters 1 Characters
Act I – Part 1 for 100: What occupation repairs soles? Cobbler Back to Game Board
Act I – Part 1 for 200: What does Cassius say the people of Rome are acting like and that is the only reason Caesar could be crowned? Sheep Back to Game Board
Act I – Part 1 for 300: What does Cassius say he will do if Caesar becomes dictator of Rome? Commit suicide Back to Game Board
Act I – Part 1 for 400: What is the political title of Flavius and Murellus? Back to Game Board Tribunes
Act I – Part 1 for 500: What is the political title of Cinna, Cassius, Brutus and Cicero? Senators Back to Game Board
Act I – Part 2 for 100 Who do the conspirators know has to join them for their plan to be successful? Brutus Back to Game Board
Act I – Part 2 for 200 At the beginning of Act II who had not yet decided to join the conspirators against Caesar? Back to Game Board Brutus
Act I – Part 2 for 300 Who says that they will commit suicide if Caesar becomes emperor? Cassius Back to Game Board
Act I – Part 2 for 400 What does Caesar believe when a runner passes Pompeys Theater Back to Game Board
Act I – Part 2 for 500 What is the footrace called that Antony participates in? Footrace of the Lupercal Back to Game Board
Act II – Part Points What effect does Calphurnias dream have on Caesar? He is startled at first, but talked into going to the senate Back to Game Board
Act II – Part Points Why do Brutus, Cassius, and the others go to Caesars house? Convince him to go to the senate Back to Game Board
Act II – Part Points Why is Portia upset with her husband? Back to Game Board Hes keeping secrets
Act II – Part Points Why is Brutus up in the middle of the night? Struggling with his feelings about Caesar Back to Game Board
Prevent a dictatorship Back to Game Board Act II – Part Points For Brutus, the most important reason to kill Caesar is to…
In his orchard Back to Game Board Act II – Part Points Where is Brutus at the beginning of Act II?
To kill or not to kill Caesar Back to Game Board Act II – Part Points What is Brutus internally struggling about in the beginning of Act II?
Lioness giving birth, thunder/lightening (army fighting in the sky), graves crack open Back to Game Board Act II – Part Points Name 3 signs that something bad was going to happen
Ligarius Back to Game Board Act II – Part Points Who do Brutus and his fellow conspirators call for when they finally decide to kill Caesar?
Cassius Back to Game Board Act II – Part Points The letter that Lucius gives to Brutus is really written by who?
Back to Game Board Caesar Characters Points Says he is more dangerous than danger himself
Brutus Back to Game Board Characters Points says that no oath is require among the conspirators
Ligarius Back to Game Board Characters Points Caesar wronged this man in front of the senate causing him to hate him
Decius Back to Game Board Characters Points Volunteered to ensure that Caesar would come to the capitol
Portia Back to Game Board Characters Points Sends a servant to the capitol to find out what happened
Soothsayer Back to Game Board Characters Points a Roman fortune teller
Cassius Back to Game Board Characters Points seems to have lost his leadership role to Brutus
Cicero Back to Game Board Characters Points elder senator who it is decided will not be asked to join the conspirators
Calphurnia Back to Game Board Characters Points Had a dream that Caesars statue was pouring blood
Artimedorus Back to Game Board Characters Points Reads his letter to the audience and intends to give it to Caesar
Julius Caesar Acts III -V Review Act IIIAct IV Act V Characters 1Characters
The Tragedy of Julius Caesar Character Profiles. Julius Caesar When the play starts, he is the only man capable of giving orders and ensuring they are.
Julius Caesar Act 2 LEARNING GOAL - Analyze the interactions between cause and effect among characters and events in Julius Caesar. Rate yourself – 1,
Definitions – Literary Terms to Know A conversation between two or more characters a. Monologue b. Dialogue c. Soliloquy d. Aside Answer: Dialogue.
Julius Caesar Sticky Notes Act II. Scene 1 In Act 2, scene one, lines Brutus has a soliloquy that explains his affection and friendship for Caesar.
Act One. As the play opens, Flavius and Marullus, two tribunes (officials whose job it is to keep order in the streets), meet two citizens, a carpenter.
CAESARBALL. Rules 1) You must raise your hand in order to answer 1) You must raise your hand in order to answer 2) The person who raises their hand has.
Julius Caesar Characters. Julius Caesar Roman Emperor Unable to separate public and private life Believed he was as eternal as the North Star.
Julius Caesar By William Shakespeare. Mrs. Groters’s Pet Peeves Julius Caesar and William Shakespeare were NOT contemporaries –Julius Caesar became Dictator.
Snapshot. Scene 1: Brutus’ garden on the night before the Ides of March. Brutus is alone, contemplating his decision. Scene 2: Caesar’s house a few.
Caesar Notes English Notes Characters: Marullus and Flavius vs. Cobbler Want the carpenter & cobbler to go home or go work Why aren’t they working?
Julius Caesar Jeopardy Who Said That? Potpourri Literary Terms PlotCharacters Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Final.
A Summary of Each Scene. Cassius begins to plan…
Julius Caesar Final Review. BRUTUS’S SOLILOQUY IN ACT II REVEALS WHAT? AS ACT II PROGRESSES PORTIA BECOMES___________ NAME ALL THE WAY CASSIUS INFLUENCES.
JULIUS CAESAR BY WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE Character List.
English II-Kuczek-GHS 1. Give two reasons that Flavius scolds the citizens. 2. List two words or phrases Murellus uses to describe the crowd of.
JULIUS CAESAR INTRODUCTION Historical Overview and Characters.
Julius Caesar Jeopardy. Charac. Quotes Quotes Events EventsAnalysis Misc. Misc
JULIUS CAESAR WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE Conflicts in the Play Conspirators’ struggle against Caesar and against the institution of king. Antony and his supporters’
THIS IS With Host... Your Shakespeare’s Life Characters Dramatic Terms Plot I Plot II Who said it?
Ms. Fitzgerald Julius Caesar –Acts 4 and 5 Quiz—Monday, March 28 Julius Caesar REVIEW Activities—Tuesday and Wednesday Julius Caesar TEST –Thursday, March.
JULIUS CAESAR. Influential Romans Challenge for leadership Pompey ( BC): – patrician or nobleman –Had much of the support of the Roman Senate.
JULIUS CAESAR ACT 1 Aman, Apoorva, Shivana and Simran.
Caesar’s Jeopardy Game Wait, what happened? ShakespeareCaesar Ho?! The Term.
2 pt3 pt4 pt5pt1 pt2 pt3 pt4 pt5 pt1 pt2pt3 pt4pt5 pt1pt2pt3 pt4 pt5 pt1 pt2 pt3 pt4pt5 pt1pt TragedyCharactersMiscellany Shakespear e And More Plot.
Julius Caesar Review. Why does Cassius approach Brutus at the beginning of the play? A.He doesn’t.
William Shakespeare PotpourriQuotes The Real Caesar Brutus & Cassius Secondary Characters
Julius Caesar by William Shakespeare Test Review for Acts I-III.
JULIUS CAESAR CAST Characters, Plot, and Prologue Vocabulary.
ACTS IV - V JULIUS CAESAR. IMPORTANT EVENTS – ACT IV Antony unites with Caesar’s brother (Octavius) to fight the conspirators Brutus and Cassius start.
Julius Caesar Act I. Explain why the commoners are celebrating in the first scene. (Two reasons) The feast of Lupercal Caesar’s triumph over Pompey’s.
1 10 pt 15 pt 20 pt 25 pt 5 pt 10 pt 15 pt 20 pt 25 pt 5 pt 10 pt 15 pt 20 pt 25 pt 5 pt 10 pt 15 pt 20 pt 25 pt 5 pt 10 pt 15 pt 20 pt 25 pt 5 pt The.
The Real Man The Play The Characters. A historic figure who lived from 100 to 44 BC Military Leader and Ruler of Rome Statues currently exist in.
Julius Caesar Test #1 Notes. Act I, scene I Ln. 11 – pun on cobbler; Ln. 14 – pun on soles Ln. 24 – pun on recover Ln. 34 – metaphor comparing plebains.
Julius Caesar A short Biography. The Roman Empire Around 500 B.C. Romans decided to begin enacting democracy…they were being ruled by a king. The new.
1. How does Caesar first enter the play? In disgrace; he has been captured In a triumphal procession; he has defeated the rival general Pompey In a.
Acts One and Two Notes. Rome is a republic which is a democratic society. Many seek to become the ruler of Rome but only Caesar seems likely to succeed.
Class Starter: Copy the following passage from the play Julius Caesar. For extra credit you can recite it or write it out from memory in class on Friday.
William Shakespeare Baptized April 26, 1564 (birth assumed April 23; believed—we don’t know! He was baptized on the 26 th, so if his family followed.
Cast of Characters Shakespeare's Julius Caesar
Jeopardy ConspiratorsCharactersQuotes Rhetorical Devices History Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Final Jeopardy.
Monday April 12, 2010 Section: Warm-Up 1. Who is the main conspirator? 2. Name one example that was given to show Caesar as weak 3. Name one strange occurrence.
January 23, 2015 Act I performances, Act I packet, Ethos Pathos and Logos.
The Tragedy of Julius Caesar The characters. Julius Caesar oTriumphant general and political leader of rome oHighly competent and multi-talented oCondescending.
Gaius Julius Caesar Quick Biography. Name: Gaius Julius Caesar Birth Day: July 12, 100BC Death Date: March 15, 44BC.
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