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While reading Romeo and Juliet by William Shakespeare, students will engage in an in-depth investigation of how familial and personal relationships affect the larger community and how literature can deepen our understanding of the human condition. This will be accomplished as they track elements of a character and a concept through the play and make a Figurative Language Handbook relating to both the text and life experiences. As a way to prepare for an essay and synthesize information, students will make an Animoto video that incorporates the elements of a character, a major theme, and an aspect of figurative language.
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