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Featured Lesson Plan



P. H. Calderon. Juliet from The Graphic gallery of Shakespeare's heroines. Color print, 1896.

Follow the link under "Related Items" (on the right) to download our current featured lesson plan, "Juliet's Soliloquy." This lesson was written by master teacher Rebecca Rufo of East Side Middle School (MS 114) in Manhattan. It encourages students to examine sensory images in Juliet's soliloquy in Romeo and Juliet 4.3.

 

To download past lesson plans, follow the links under "Additional Information."

  Additional Information

Power in The Tempest, by Jeff Schober

Hamlet Film and Performance, by Chris Shamburg

Making Poetry, by Rebecca Rufo

An Elizabethan Conversation, by Michael LoMonico

Performance Choices, by Jeremy Ehrlich

The Cutting Room Wall, by Anne Turner

I Am..., by Judith Elstein

Turning Point in R&J, by Jeff Schober

Dancing Pentameters, by Anne Turner

Insults Warm-up, by Martha Mutrie

Making Metaphors, by Mary Ellen Dakin


Related Items

Juliet's Soliloquy, by Rebecca Rufo



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