January 17 & 18 (not 5 th Block)

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January 17 & 18 (not
th
5
Block)
What happened during Calpurnia's Dream? How
did Caesar react?
What type of relationship does Portia have with
Brutus? How is it similar and different from
Calpurnia's relationship with Caesar?
January 19 & 22
What were the conditions under which Brutus
agreed to allow Antony to speak after Caesar's
assassination?
How would you describe Shakespeare's view of the
commoners of Rome? Use examples from the text
to support your response.
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presentation date today!
January 19 and 22
Starter (15 points)
✔
✔
Turn in Act III Study Guide
Complete Group Activity for Act IV
✔
Act IV Group Activity
Instructions
Find a Group of three, assign one task to each member, and then
complete the task.
1. Find biographical information about the real
Julius Caesar. Then read it and summarize your
findings in a list of important facts (minimum 25)
2. Translate pgs. 774 and 775 into American
English
3. Answer all of the vocabulary and literary terms
on the review sheet for the members of your group
(ALL) 4. Read act four and complete the review
sheet
January 23 & 24th
In 5 sentences, summarize the events in Act IV.
Identify a theme of the play Julius Caesar. Be sure
to support your answer with evidence from the text.
January 23 &24
Turn in your Act IV Study guide.
As a class, read and listen to Act V.
Complete the Act V study guide.
Next class, bring in a few sheets of paper. We will
spend the class period doing an in-class-essay about
Julius Caesar.
January
th
25
& 28th
How is the end of the play like the beginning? What
commentary might Shakespeare be making on
politics and “the people?”
Choose one of the following essay topic and
write about it for 30 minutes.
Remember to use examples from the text to support
your response. 30 points
Reveal how Caesar remains a vital force in the play after
the assassination.
●Compare and contrast Antony and Brutus' funeral orations.
●Delineate at least three instances in which the action of the
play hinges on the successful use of flattery.
●Describe the ways in which Shakespeare uses the weather,
signs, and augurers to create dramatic tension and to
develop character.
●Why is the play called Julius Caesar and not The Tragedy
of Marcus Brutus?
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