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Julius Caesar Unit

by Sarah Lorntson

This unit covers the entire play for an English 10 class. Resources include: Study Guides Pre-Reading Activities Activities During Reading Quizzes This resource is part of the English 10 course.
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This collection includes unit plans, lessons plans, activities and more that support the instruction of Julius Caesar.
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The Tragedy of Julius Caesar Lesson Plan teaching student fluency and expression in oral reading. Taken from http://www.teachercreatedmaterials.com.
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Unit Plan-Julius Caesar

by Melissa Paakkonen

A unit plan, complete with activity ideas for William Shakespeare's Julius Caesar
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This detailed venn diagram activity asks students to closely analyze the contrasting tones in Antony's two major speeches in Act 3 Scene of Julius Caesar.
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Julius Caesar Act III

by Stacy Havner

Act III study guide
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Julius Caesar by William Shakespeare, e-Text in English. From Project Gutenberg as part of the collection of The 43 Most Frequently Taught Books in at Least 5% of Public Schools, Grades 7-12.
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Should Caesar Be Saved?

by Amanda Auerbach

The lesson has the students read about Julius Caesar. Students will work in groups of four. Students are required to take notes on the readings and organize them in a list, chart/table, or webdiagram. Using the facts they gained, 2 members of the group must write a written speech to persuade the audience that Caesar should be saved and the other 2 must write a speech to persuade the audience that Caesar should be put to death. Each pair of students will read their speech to the class. By the end of the WebQuest, students will have a better understanding of who Julius Caesar was and the controversy that surrounded him. They will read about Julius Caesar from four different sources, each which give their own impression about what Caesar was like as a person. Students will be able to formulate their own opinions using facts to either support of be against Caesar. Students will gain experience in written composition and oral speaking by delivering their speech to the class.
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