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Friday, March 11, 2011

romeo and juliet

Frederick Leighton - The Reconciliation of the Montagues and Capulets over the Dead Bodies of Romeo and Juliet

This term with Ambleside Online, we'll be reading Romeo and Juliet in planes, in cars, or wherever we are (add an '+s' if you will, for the sake of the perfect rhyme).

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North Laurel said...

You know, I had to watch this in ninth grade in public school (which decided to show the 70s? version -ahem it has nudity) and I've been a chicken to get near Romeo & Juliet ever since! Call me traumatized...
Sigh, Shakespeare is so neglected at our house.

Unknown said...

I don't mean to gloat or brag, but (here it comes... get ready) I've bought tickets to see live Shakespeare here in Memphis -- none other than R&J! We are so excited. Sprite's first ever live performance. Sorry.

Traci's Teaching Times said...

We are trying to work on Shakespeare some this year. I'm not real sure how to teachitso we are just reading and discussing right now. Any pointers?

Pam said...

Sweet! I loved using dramatized audios to go with. Also, I did cut out life sized figures for a co op of key characters, and used the faces of the youth in my class! They stood and greeted the kids coming to the class. Nice, but then what to do with them? Sadly, I ended up throwing them away and forgot to take pics. Bummer! (If you ever want to try this, simply trace your children on poster boards taped together and let them embellish the clothing). God bless!

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