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  • Julius Caesar eNotes Lesson Plan

    Learning Objectives: By the end of this unit, students should be able to explain the definitions of antagonist and protagonist and discuss Shakespeare’s development of these roles in Julius Caesar; identify the primary conflicts and themes in Julius Caesar; identify symbols found in Julius Caesar and discuss their interpretations; explain notions...

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  • Julius Caesar eNotes Teaching Guide

    So you’re going to teach William Shakespeare's The Tragedy of Julius Caesar, a classic text that has been a mainstay in English classes for generations. Whether it’s the first or hundredth time you escort students through the text, we've provided some teaching tips to help ensure that the experience is...

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  • Julius Caesar Close Reading Quiz

    Read these passages from act II of Julius Caesar, and then answer the question that follows each passage. Refer to the passage in answering the question. Circle the correct answer to each question.  3) BRUTUS:Give me your hands all over, one by one.CASSIUS:And let us swear our resolution. After speaking privately with...

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  • Julius Caesar Act 1 Scene 2 Dialogue Analysis Activity

    Through dialogue, playwrights reveal a character’s motivations, personality traits, and relationships with other characters. Diction (word choice) plays an essential role in writing dialogue because it creates mood, develops characters, and establishes events in the play. The following activity will help students analyze passages of dialogue and determine how they...

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  • Julius Caesar Character Analysis Lesson Plan

    Portia and Calpurnia as Functional Characters: This lesson plan focuses on Portia and Calpurnia as minor characters whose primary functions are to enhance the dramatic impact of key scenes and contribute to the development of other characters and themes in the play. Students will identify similarities between Portia and Calpurnia...

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  • Julius Caesar eNotes Reading Response Prompts

    As the play opens, people have gathered in the streets to celebrate Caesar’s returning to Rome in triumph. He has defeated Pompey, whom the crowds had cheered in the past. Do you think people always cheer for the winner? Are they ever loyal to a loser? What evidence do you have that confirms...

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  • Julius Caesar Act 3 Scene 1 Dialogue Analysis Activity

    Through dialogue, playwrights reveal a character’s motivations, personality traits, and relationships with other characters. Diction (word choice) plays an essential role in writing dialogue because it creates mood, develops characters, and establishes events in the play. The following activity will help students analyze passages of dialogue and determine how they...

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  • Julius Caesar Reading Comprehension Quiz

    This quiz contains reading comprehension questions for Julius Caesar.

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