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The following links take you to teacher lesson plans on the web. While these are plans that your teacher might use, they are also an excellent resource for you to use when exploring the play.
"Help students to connect with the tragic story of star-crossed lovers and the feud between their families through resources that address the play’s themes of violence, friendship and family obligation.
Teaching Shakespeare is part of a major pilot project that brings TES together with a group of the UK’s leading arts and cultural organisations – Arts Council England, the British Museum, the British Film Institute and Into Film, the V&A museum and the Royal Shakespeare Company (RSC). The pilot aims to bring some of the best cultural resources available directly to teachers, in a form that can be freely used and adapted to need."
Royal Shakespeare Company
"Explore our innovative range of resources and opportunities to help you bring Shakespeare to life in the classroom."
Folger Shakespeare Library Education
BBC Bitesize - Romeo and Juliet
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