These activities will help introduce students to Julius Caesar.

This resource is part of the Julius Caesar Unit and the English 10 course.

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How to Study Shakespeare

by Sarah Lorntson

This website offers a few tips that will help students understand Shakespeare and retain what they have read. This resource is part of the Julius Caesar Unit and the English 10 course.
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While we read the play, I offer students a chance to get extra credit while they find different allusions to Shakespeare and his works. This resource is part of the Julius Caesar Unit and the English 10 course.
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Students work in groups to research topics related to the play. Students present to the class. This resource is part of the Julius Caesar Unit and the English 10 course.
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This Lit Trip covers locations important in the lives of Shakespeare and Caesar with emphasis placed on locations in the play. This file can only be opened with GoogleEarth. This resource is part of the Julius Caesar Unit and the English 10 course.
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Use this survey to prompt a discussion among students. According to Dante's Inferno and the events of the play, Betrayal is the worst crime of all. It is most likely that students will disagree with this assessment, so it's a good place to start. This resource is part of the Julius Caesar Unit and the English 10 course.
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