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Romeo and Juliet Prologue

Steph Atkinson | Monday September 21, 2009

Categories: Drama, Romeo & Juliet, Shakespeare, Shakespeare's Plays

1. Sequence the prologue in the correct order using rhymes and the order of the events to help you – Copy Out In The Right Order
2. Underneath your sequenced prologue, write a modern day translation for each of the 14 lines.
3. The prologue is written in the form of a sonnet. Write a) why you think it has been written in this form b) how many lines there are c) what the rhyme pattern is (use letters A, B, C etc.)
4. Produce a storyboard, doing one picture for each pair of lines ( = 7 pictures in total). Use a quotation for each caption.

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