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Julius Caesar “Password” Review Klein E202
You need to… • Put away your notes/packets • Find a partner (quickly and quietly, please!) • Decide which one of you will be Player “A” and which will be Player “B” • If a group of 3 is needed, there may be either two As or Bs – you decide! • Await further instructions
The instructions… • One player will be allowed to look up at the screen while the other must look away or keep their eyes down so that they cannot see the screen • There will be a series of words that appear and your job is to get your partner to say the words without telling them what they are, or saying “It rhymes with…,” or drawing pictures *YOUR CLUES MUST RELATE TO THE UNIT! (make connections to Julius Caesar Background) • Keep it honest – This is supposed to help you review for your “quest,” so cheating is not going to do you any good!
Players “A” – You’re up!(Look away, all you “Bs”!) • Your words/names are: Lord Chamberlain’s Men The Globe Theatre Groundlings Soliloquy
Alright, Players “B” – Your turn! • Your words/names are: Anachronism Aside Tragedy Tragic Hero
Players “A” – Here we go… • Your words/names are: Kinsmen Verb before subject Object before subject and verb Inserting extra phrases between subject and verb
Players “B” – You’re up again… • Your words/names are: Pompey Octavian Mark Antony The First Triumvirate
Players “A” – Once last time… Your words/names are Brutus Cleopatra Ides of March The Second Triumvirate