Lesson 4 takes students more deeply into the language of the play, asking students to reflect on where the fault lies; and an exercise distilling the play into 10 key moments.

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Throughout the following exercises there are moments for the students to reflect on the past three lessons. 

This lesson will typically take 90 minutes. 

  • ACTIVITY 1: Exploring Soliloquy Act 2 scene 2.

  • ACTIVITY 2: What the language tells us about Romeo and Juliet’s relationship.

  • ACTIVITY 3: Judge and jury: who is responsible for the deaths of Romeo and Juliet?

  • Activity 4: Final Impressions: Romeo and Juliet in 10 scenes:

Remember as part of your package you get to book your online workshop just email online.workshops@rsc.org.uk to book in your slot. 

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