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Prince of Verona Category 1: $100: A
Who is Escalus? Category 1: $100: Q
Nephew of the Prince Category 1: $200: A
Who is Mercutio? Category 1: $200: Q
Threatens to start a fight at the Capulet Ball. Category 1: $300: A
Who is Tybalt? Category 1: $300: Q
Reminds Capulet that younger girls than Juliet are already brides and mothers. Category 1: $400: A
Who is Paris? Category 1: $400: Q
Requests to be laid by Juliets side before he dies. Category 1: $500: A
Who is Paris? Category 1: $500: Q
Age of Juliet at the beginning of the play Category 2: $100: A
What is thirteen? Category 2: $100: Q
City where most of Romeo and Juliet takes place. Category 2: $200: A
What is Verona? Category 2: $200: Q
Romeo learns of Juliets death from this person? Category 2: $300: A
Who is Balthasar? Category 2: $300: Q
Died of grief Category 2: $400: A
Who is Lady Montague? Category 2: $400: Q
Daily Double!!! Romeo leaves a letter for this person before committing suicide Category 2: $500: A
Who is Lord Montague? Category 2: $500: Q
Juliet denies that daylight is coming Category 3: $100: A
What is Juliets chamber? Category 3: $100: Q
Place where Tybalt kills Mercutio Category 3: $200: A
What is Veronas town square? Category 3: $200: Q
Romeo pays 40 ducats for poison Category 3: $300: A
What is an apothecarys shop? Category 3: $300: Q
Capulet oversees preparations for Juliets marriage to Paris Category 3: $400: A
What is the Capulet hall? Category 3: $400: Q
Paris scatters flowers to honor Juliet Category 3: $500: A
What is the Capulet Monument? Category 3: $500: Q
Speaking confidentially to the audience while other characters are on stage Category 4: $100: A
What is an aside? Category 4: $100: Q
Juliet speaking her thoughts outloud while she waits for Romeo is a good example of this Category 4: $200: A
What is soliloquy? Category 4: $200: Q
Friar Laurence giving a speech to Romeo about his good fortune is an example of this Category 4: $300: A
What is a Monologue? Category 4: $300: Q
The prologue hinting at the lovers death is also called this Category 4: $400: A
What is foreshadowing? Category 4: $400: Q
Brawling love, loving hate and heavy lightness are all examples Category 4: $500: A
What is an oxymoron? Category 4: $500: Q
This is a humorous play on words Category 5: $100: A
What is a Pun? Category 5: $100: Q
This is a reference to anything Biblical, historical, mythological, etc. Category 5: $200: A
What is an allusion Category 5: $200: Q
This is the repetition of consonant sounds. Shakespeare uses this to bring attention to certain parts of the play. Category 5: $300: A
What is alliteration? Category 5: $300: Q
This is giving inanimate objects human-like characteristics. Category 5: $400: A
What is personification? Category 5: $400: Q
This is what occurs when an author wants to present a lighthearted moment to break up some tension. Category 5: $500: A
What is comic relief? Category 5: $500: Q
Shakespeares Romeo & Juliet. Letters and Seals Friar John sent a message to Romeo. Romeo sent a message to his father. Lord Capulet sent his servant to.
Jeopardy RJ Quotes Drama Terms Shakespeare Setting Love & Marriage Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Final Jeopardy.
Romeo and Juliet Exam Review. Name That Character.
Jeopardy! Act I. All Characters PlotQuotesLiterary Devices Montagues Capulets
R OMEO AND J ULIET A Daily Reading Guide. A CT 1 S CENE 1 – Opening scene – Use of puns (play on words); balance tragedy with humor Examples : Sampson.
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Literary Elements in Romeo and Juliet English 9. Allusion A literary Device that stimulates ideas, associations, and extra information in the reader’s.
William Shakespeare & Romeo and Juliet. The Globe Theatre Built in 1594, The Globe broke away from the traditional rectangular shape of English theaters.
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Romeo and Juliet Acts 4 and 5 Review Review the following questions and answers. Write down questions/answers you do not know, and spend time focusing.
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Notes. Did you Know? Juliet is only 13 years old. The play takes place in July. Chorus is a character that acts as the narrator in the play. All of.
Jeopardy Act IAct IIAct IIIAct IV Act V Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Final Jeopardy.
ACT III `Study Guide Work silently on your study guide. Read Act III to yourself and answer the questions.
Romeo & Juliet Act-by-Act Quick Quizzes. Introduction Quiz (Standard Deviants Module 1 and 2) 1. Shakespeare was born in 1616 in the town of Stratford-upon-
Romeo and Juliet 1. To which city does Romeo go after being exiled from Verona? Venice Mantua Rome Padua.
Romeo and Juliet By Nick Yun. Setting This tragedy takes place in Verona. Two feuding families called the Montague’s and the Capulets had been fighting.
Romeo and Juliet Its About Time. A play about… In Romeo and Juliet, Shakespeare writes about many things…
Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet. Shakespeare: A Brief Biography Born in April 1564 at Stratford-on-Avon Born in April 1564 at Stratford-on-Avon John Shakespeare.
Background Information. Perhaps the most famous playwright/ author in the world to this day Born 1564 (April 23 rd is celebrated as his birthday) Born.
Act V. “Bad” News Arrives “Bad” News Arrives (Thursday afternoon) (Thursday afternoon) Act V, Scene i.
DAY FOUR: N OTE : S TAGE T ERMS S KILL R EVIEW : INFERENCES R EAD A CT I S CENES I - II V IDEO C LIP E XIT S LIP.
By Erin Salona. Scene 1: Set in Mantua on Wednesday morning. Romeo happily thinks of a dream he had of Juliet and believe that good news is on the.
TouchIT Vote Activity - English Romeo and Juliet.
Act III. Agenda Bell Ringer Flashback: Plot and Character Motivation Skill Review: Internal/External Conflict Reading: Act III Scenes i-ii pages
Act IV The Tragedy of Romeo and Juliet. Act 4 Scene i (Friars Cell) Dramatic Irony: contradiction between what a character thinks or says, and what the.
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