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Help high school students extend beyond basic plot recall and develop close reading analysis skills with this set of high-order questions covering Act 3, scene 4, of Romeo and Juliet by William Shakespeare. Delivered in printable Word Document and PDF formats, this worksheet saves English Language Arts teachers valuable time at home without sacrificing rigor in the classroom. An answer key is provided. By completing this activity, students will:
- Identify what the text states explicitly and implicitly
- Analyze how complex characters think, behave, and interact
- Explore character intentions and motivations
- Discern the meaning of unfamiliar and challenging phrases: “Things have fall’n out”; “We have had no time to move our daughter”; “I will make a desperate tender of my child’s love.”
- Determine the tone of a character’s dialogue
- Analyze nuances in word meanings
- Identify the best textual evidence in support of an idea
- Apply knowledge of literary devices including situational irony and dramatic irony
- Paraphrase Lord Capulet’s plan for Juliet
- Write ideas with clarity, accuracy, and precision