Romeo and Juliet Lesson Pack 12: Mercutio

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Romeo and Juliet Lesson Pack 12: Mercutio

Romeo and Juliet Lesson Pack 12: Mercutio - In this lesson, students study the beginning of Act III, Scene i, by focusing on the different characters within the scene and the events leading up to Mercutio's death. They then write an obituary for Mercutio, using the template provided.
This zip file contains:
  • Act III Scene i Text 2 Per Page [PDF]
  • Character Questions 2 Per Page [PDF]
  • Obituary Template 2 Per Page [PDF]
  • Character Questions Black and White 2 Per Page [PDF]
  • Character Questions Black and White Editable [DOC]
  • Character Questions Black and White [PDF]
  • Character Questions Editable [DOC]
  • Obituary Template Editable [DOC]
  • Act III Scene i Text [PDF]
  • Character Questions [PDF]
  • Mercutio PowerPoint [PPT]
  • Obituary Template [PDF]
  • Teaching Ideas [PDF]
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