Julius Caesar unit sheet
C Layer (50 points possible). Credit is earned for learning, which comes about through listening, discussing,, reading and doing. You will be verbally assessed for each activity in this layer that you choose to complete. You must complete this layer before moving on to the next.
not know, look up their definitions and create flash
cards. Learn them.
and a strong topic sentence.
an answer key. Be sure each question has at least 4
choices of which 2 are possible answers, but one is
4. Construct a diorama
for any scene in the play. 10 _________ ________
the lecture outline.
in the play. You may include things like a picture of
that character, quotes, and items that describe that
thoughts and actions.
plain sheet of paper, draw three columns and label them
as follows: Cause of, Event, and Effect of. Record 5
events with respective
causes and effects.
true to the description in the text. Under the picture
include at least three quotes from the play that provide
description of this
10. Complete the D and E level questions in the back 20 _________ ________
of the text on pages 115-117.
B Layer (30 points
one of the activities below. Credit is earned for learning,
which comes about through listening, writing , discussion, reading and
doing. You will be assessed using the rubric particular to your choice.
English or one translated into modern English.
Rehearse and be ready to perform for the class.
costumes. Memorize your lines.
of a section of the play. Be sure to stay true
to the story and add
the story of Julius Caesar. Stay true to
the play and be sure to
A Layer (20 points possible). Get an “A” level worksheet, find two current,
reliable sources on the topic, and create a bibliography for each one. Then summarize the main points of each source on the “A” level worksheet. Next, draft your opinion on the issue citing your research for support. Your opinion should be in paragraph form, include citations, and be a minimum of 200 words.
Proofread, edit and type your final draft. Turn in the following:
_________final (typed) draft with citations
_________“A” level worksheet completed
Choose one question to answer:
1. What makes a good leader? 20 _________ ________
2. Is it okay to sacrifice the rights of an 20 _________ ________
individual for the good of many?
3. What would the perfect government 20 _________ ________