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Around the world with julius caesar

Around the World with Julius Caesar


General rules

General Rules:

Do not shout out answers!

This is your study guide, so you should write down questions and answers. You will receive 10% extra credit on your test for turning this in.

You must number your questions to receive full credit!

You do not have to write down the options for the multiple choice questions, just the correct response.

I won’t read a question until everyone is quiet.

If we don’t finish the game in class, it is your responsibility to log onto my website and open the game and finish writing the questions and answers on your study guide to get the extra credit.


Players rules

Players’ Rules:

Two players will go head to head for each question.

I will ask a question, and the first person to raise their hand AFTER I’M DONE READING THE QUESTION will get to answer the question. NO SHOUTING OUT!

Each right answer will earn you 1 bonus point on the test.

If you answer a true/false question and get the answer incorrect, your partner continues in the competition.

If you both incorrectly answer a multiple choice, fill in the blank or free response question, the next two students will continue on in the game.


Stealing rules

Stealing Rules:

If it is your turn and your rival gets the question wrong the following will happen…

If it’s a true/false, you have to tell me why it is true or false.

If it’s a multiple choice you have to tell me which it is and why

If it’s a free response or fill in the blank, you just have to give me the correct answer

If the players answer incorrectly, the audience has a chance to steal. Once both have given their incorrect answers, the 1st person to raise their hand and give me the following information will receive a ½ point!

If it’s a multiple choice you have to tell me which it is and why

tell me why an answer is true or false

explain the answer for a multiple choice

correctly give me the answer to a fill in the blank question or free response


1 st question

1st question:

True or False:

A soliloquy is a speech in which one character dominates the conversation.

FalseA soliloquy is a speech revealing the thoughts and feelings of one character while he or she is alone on stage.A monologue is a speech in which one character dominates the conversation.


2 nd question

2nd question:

Multiple Choice:

Diction is the…

choice of wordsc) arrangement of words

style of wordsd) sound of words

a) choice of words


3 rd question

3rd question:

Fill in the Blank:

_______________was Caesar’s tragic flaw.

Arrogance/Cockiness/Pride


4 th question

4th question:

Free Response:

Name one time we saw Caesar's tragic flaw in the play.

  • Caesar predicting Cassius is dangerous, but doing nothing about it

  • Caesar ignoring the soothsayer’s warning

  • Ignoring Calphurnia’s warning in her dream

  • Ignoring the warning that the sacrificed animal has no heart

  • Ignoring Artimendorous when he tries to give him the letter of warning

  • Not listening to Metellus’s plea for his brother’s return


  • 5 th question

    5th question:

    Fill in the blank:

    _______________ is giving human characteristics to nonhuman things.

    Personification


    6 th question

    6th question:

    Free Response:

    How is Cassius able to get Brutus to join his plan to kill Caesar?

    By throwing letters into Brutus’s window from “the people of Rome” saying they don’t want Caesar to be ruler.


    7 th question

    7th question:

    Multiple Choice:

    Which of the following best describes the tone of the BEGINNING of Marc Antony’s funeral speech?

    • sadc) angry

    • sarcasticd) arrogant

    • b) SarcasticHe gives examples of how Caesar is a good ruler and says that must be ambition because Brutus says so and Brutus is an honorable man.


    8 th question

    8th question:

    Multiple Choice:

    Which of the archetypal meanings for the color blue does Brutus most fulfill when he wears it at the beginning of the play?

    • waterc) peace

    • sadnessd) security

    • d) SecurityThe people as well as Caesar feel secure with and trust Brutus, that’s why the conspirators want him on their side.


    9 th question

    9th question:

    True/False:

    The tone of the conference before battle between Antony, Octavius, Brutus, and Cassius can best be described as respectful.

    FalseThe tone of the conference before battle between Antony, Octavius, Brutus, and Cassius can best be described as angry/resentful.


    10 th question

    10th question:

    Free Response:

    The 1st scene of the movie on the battlefield is what type of archetypal setting? And, how do you know?

    It’s a wasteland. There is no color or life.


    11 th question

    11th question:

    Free Response:

    In Brutus’s soliloquy, what metaphor does he use to show how he feels about Caesar being a threat.

    He’s harmless now like an unhatched snake egg, but with more power he may become dangerous.


    12 th question

    12th question:

    Multiple Choice:

    The color purple most commonly represents what in the play Julius Caesar?

    a) luckc) happiness

    b) royaltyd) pureness

    • b) royalty


    13 th question

    13th question:

    Free Response:

    How does Cassius use a metaphor as well as pathos in his speech to Brutus when trying to convince him Caesar needs to be taken out?

    The Roman people are sheep and Caesar is a wolf; creates the image of him brutally killing them and them being innocent and blindsided.


    14 th question

    14th question:

    Free Response:

    Brutus is most concerned about who or what?

    The people of Rome


    15 th question

    15th question:

    True/False:

    When speaking publicly, establishing authority is called ethos.

    TrueYour authority can be established in the speech by giving credentials or they can be implied if you’re famous or well known in among that group of people.


    16 th question

    16th question:

    • Free Response:

    • How does Antony use the will to persuade the people Caesar’s death was unjustified?

    • It shows Caesar left everything to the people and he cared about them; unlike the argument the conspirators were trying to make that he was out to harm the citizens.


    17 th question

    17th question:

    True/False:

    A problem one is having with themselves can also be called internal conflict.

    True


    18 th question

    18th question:

    True/False:

    Cassius has an internal conflict when deciding to kill Caesar.

    FalseBrutus has an internal conflict when deciding to kill Caesar.


    19 th question

    19th question:

    Free Response:

    When Antony says, “my heart is in the coffin there with Caesar” what kind of persuasive technique is being used?

    Hyperbole because it’sexaggerating about how upset he is

    It is also a metaphor and pathos


    20 th question

    20th question:

    Multiple Choice:

    What is the following an example of?

    “He was my friend, faithful, and just to me.”

    a) consonancec) alliteration

    b) assonanced)conliteration

    • c) AlliterationThis line repeats the f sound.


    21 st question

    21st question:

    Free Response:

    What warning does Caesar’s ghost give Brutus?

    I will see you at Philippi


    22 nd question

    22nd question:

    Fill in the Blank:

    __________ is a rhetorical device that evokes an emotional response in an audience.

    Pathos


    23 rd question

    23rd question:

    True/False:

    Octavius mostly wants justice for the Roman people.

    FalseOctavius mostly wants revenge for Caesar’s death.


    24 th question

    24th question:

    Multiple Choice:

    Why do both Cassius and Brutus reference Caesar before they die?

    • They are happy they get to meet him in heaven.

    • They feel guilty.

    • They feel as though Caesar got his revenge.

    • To honor him.

    • c) They feel as though Caesar got his revenge.


    25 th question

    25th question:

    True or False:

    The storm at night should haveno connection to the mood.

    FalseThe audience should have an indication bad things are going to happen, therefore setting the mood.


    26 th question

    26th question:

    True/False:

    Cassius dies more honorably than Brutus.

    FalseBrutus dies more honorably than Cassius because Brutus runs on his own sword; while Cassius covers his face and has his servant stab him.


    27 th question

    27th question:

    Multiple Choice:

    What kind of irony is when the audience knows something characters do not?

    a) dramaticc) personal

    b) verbald) situational

    a) dramatic


    28 th question

    28th question:

    Free Response:

    How does Cassius try to use the fact Caesar has epilepsy against him when talking with Brutus?

    Tries to make it seem like Caesar is weak and is an unfit ruler.


    29 th question

    29th question:

    Fill in the Blank:

    _______________ is when something happens or is saidcontrary to what is expected.

    Irony


    30 th question

    30th question:

    Fill in the Blank:

    _____________ is when a character says something under his or her breathe or to the side and it’s a comment not meant to be heard by all characters on stage.

    An aside


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