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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
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Romeo and Juliet ‘Tis a Jeopardy! Review Game. The Plot 100 Life and Times Literary Devices Quotes The Characters
THIS IS With Host... Your Characters Quotable Quotes Who is That? Literary Terms Just the Facts Literary Analysis.
Characters. The Capulets make up Juliet’s family Lord Capulet is Juliet’s father, and can be demanding Lady Capulet is Juliet’s mother.
Literary Elements Romeo and Juliet. Alliteration Repetition of consonant sounds at beginning of words. Act I, scene iii: Juliet says, “I’ll look to like,
Romeo and Juliet Exam Review. Name That Character.
Jeopardy RJ Quotes Setting Q $100 Q $100 Q $100 Q $100 Q $100 Q $200
PUN Play on words based on the similarity of sound between two words. (buy and bye, scent and sent, sole and soul) Ex. “cut off the heads of maids” and.
Theatrical Terminology Blank Verse : unrhymed iambic pentameter, used when nobles speak Rhyming Verse : used when something emotional or highly important.
Jeopardy! Act I. All Characters PlotQuotesLiterary Devices Montagues Capulets
CharactersAct I, II, IIIAct III & IV Act VLiterary Terms Character Quotes Romeo and Juliet Jeopardy
Montague Lord M., Lady M., Romeo, Benvolio (Romeo’s Cousin)
Romeo and Juliet Written by William Shakespeare. Setting The story happened in Verona, a town in Italy about six hundred years ago.
Return Romeo and Juliet Jeopardy People Quotes Who said it? EventsPlacesFacts.
Question 1: During what time period was the play Romeo and Juliet written?
Characters Literary terms Quotes (6 total) Themes Plot.
Romeo and Juliet A Star-crossed Romance. A Brief Introduction Romeo and Juliet was written by Shakespeare in 1594 or Romeo and Juliet was an experimental.
Romeo and Juliet by William Shakespeare. The Main Characters Romeo Montague – in love with the idea of love Juliet Capulet – young, strong, and doesn’t.
© Mark E. Damon - All Rights Reserved Rules for playing 1.At the start of every question, each team will be given an opportunity to answer. 2.Lord Montague.
Characters Balcony Scene Family and Friends Cause/ Effect Literary Terms Romeo and Juliet Jeopardy
Romeo and Juliet By: William Shakespeare. Structure of the Play Divided into Acts Written in Middle English Language Often features sonnets or poetical.
“Romeo and Juliet” Character Review. Which character would this represent?
10-1 Romeo and Juliet ACT 5. ACT 5 Scene IACT 5 Scene IIACT 5 Scene III Romeo – Balthasar – Apothecary – Friar John – Friar Laurence – Paris – Page –
The Characters of Romeo and Juliet Use this Powerpoint to fill out the notes on your worksheet.
Characters in Romeo & Juliet. In Verona, Italy in the late 1500's, two powerful families, the Montagues and the Capulets, have been fighting with each.
CharactersPlotQuotes Literary Devices Shakespeare & Elizabethan Theatre
THE TRAGEDY OF ROMEO AND JULIET William Shakespeare.
Test Date: Thursday, April 8. Immoderately she weeps for Tybalts death, and therefore I have little talked of love, for Venus smiles not in a house of.
Romeo and Juliet Review Game! Miss Cox 9 th Grade English.
THE CHARACTERS Romeo and Juliet By William Shakespeare.
Introduction to Romeo and Juliet by William Shakespeare.
R&J Study TEST STUDY GUIDE ACT I 1. The setting of Romeo and Juliet is _________________. a. Stratford-on-Avon, England b. Venice, Italy c. Verona, Italy.
Romeo and Juliet A few notes. Story history Possibly based on a true Italian story from the 1300s Possibly based on a true Italian story from the 1300s.
Romeo and Juliet Final Test Review. Character Indentification Will create a gold statue of Juliet Will create a gold statue of Juliet.
Tragic Love An Introduction to Romeo and Juliet. Romeo and Juliet Setting Verona, Italy Verona, Italy Late 1500s Late 1500s.
Warm up Act 2 ended on a happy note, do you think this happiness will continue into Act 3? Why or Why not.
Romeo and Juliet William Shakespeare. Key Facts Time and place written · London, mid-1590s Protagonists · Romeo; Juliet Antagonists · The feuding Montagues.
Outline. I.Act I A. Prologue 1. Two feuding families 2. Children fall in love and commit suicide 3. Deaths end the feud B. Scene 1: a street in Verona.
Nephew of Montague friend of Romeo Wants Peace.
Shakespeare was born on April 23, 1564Shakespeare was born on April 23, 1564 Born in Stratford upon AvonBorn in Stratford upon Avon Died on April 23,
How can Mercutio be described as a foil to Romeo?
William Shakespeare. Literary Terms Foil A character in literature who has qualities that are in sharp contrast to another character, thus emphasizing.
William Shakespeare’s The Tragedy of Romeo and Juliet.
Jeopardy CharactersQuotes MixEventsMisc. 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 Act Three. Scene One Mercutio, and Benvolio encounter Tybalt and a few Capulets in the street who are looking for Romeo Romeo enters.
CHARACTERS Friar Lawrence? Romeo? Juliet? Lord or Lady Capulet? Someone else? TASK Get into groups of 5. Discuss the actions and consequences.
Shakespearean Drama The Tragedy of Romeo and Juliet.
Jeopardy Characters QuotesLit. TermsPlot Characters 2 Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Final Jeopardy.
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