Romeo and Juliet - The Prince's Speech
Romeo and Juliet – The Prince’s Speech
This Romeo and Juliet teaching resource is designed to help pupils develop their knowledge and understanding of key themes in Romeo and Juliet and Shakespeare’s use of language.
In this lesson students analyse the Prince’s speech thoroughly, drawing out quotations which reflect the Prince’s character as well as the themes of anger, violence and hatred. They are also required to write an analysis of the speech in detail using the quotations which they have identified.
This is a 4-part lesson contains reading, comprehension, analysis and a written outcomes and there are opportunities for individual and paired work and differentiation is provided.
‘Romeo and Juliet - The Prince’s Speech’ has been designed with GCSE students in mind but it can easily be adapted for KS3 as all the PowerPoint slides are editable. This resource is part of a larger Romeo and Juliet scheme of work which you can find at https://www.teacher-of-english.com/romeo-and-juliet-teaching-resources-9.htmlOur Price : £2.99 / 3 Credits