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William
Shakespeare’s tragic love story, ‘Romeo and Juliet’ continues to garner praise
in its many varied productions across stage, film and printed media. This
enduring love story remains a significant text because of the challenging
themes contained within and their striking importance to the post-modern world.
This resource was constructed with the British GCSE curriculum in mind, but I
have also used it within the American education system (with a few adaptations
and changes). I have taught this text many times in the last 20 years and have
used this specific resource to lead my teaching in class, as a distance
learning material/Google Meet, as a homework assignment and even as a tool of
revision – all have worked well for the students.

This
beautifully illustrated 19 slide PowerPoint lesson contains a starter activity,
a glossary of terms, summary and analysis questions, an academic writing task,
an extension task, a homework assignment and a plenary. There is no additional
work required from the teacher. This is a complete resource, enjoy!