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Help students achieve more purposeful reading experiences and sharpen their note-taking skills with this reading guide covering Act 3 of Romeo and Juliet by William Shakespeare. In addition, this resource aims to facilitate review and future recall of plot. Students will identify what the text states explicitly, track character and plot development, articulate the context and significance of given quotations, and more. Materials are delivered in printable Word Document and PDF formats. The following details are addressed:

  • Tybalt’s verbal attack on Romeo
  • Dramatic irony
  • Mercutio’s decision to fight Tybalt
  • Romeo’s abrupt character change
  • Defying the prince’s orders
  • Lady Capulet’s demand
  • Romeo’s punishment
  • The Nurse’s news and ensuing confusion
  • Juliet’s immediate reaction to learning the truth
  • Juliet’s defense of her husband
  • The Nurse’s motivation to seek out Romeo
  • Romeo’s feelings toward his punishment
  • Friar Laurence’s strong words for Romeo
  • Romeo’s potential suicide attempt
  • Friar Laurence’s optimistic plan
  • Lord Capulet’s arrangement with Paris
  • Whether Romeo believes he will see his wife once more
  • Foreshadowing
  • Lady Capulet’s plan for Romeo after exile
  • The Nurse’s advice to Juliet
  • Juliet’s desire to seek Friar Laurence’s help
  • And more