Julius Caesar

A favorite resource of mine, the Folger Shakespeare Library, is somewhat skimpy on lesson plans for Julius Caesar. I have only taught this play once before, earlier in my career. I don’t remember that anything I did then was in any way spectacular, memorable, or brilliant, and I would really like my current students to have a different experience. If you know of resources or have ideas of your own, I would love to hear them.

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2 thoughts on “Julius Caesar

  1. Hi Dana,

    I just noticed this link as I was looking over your Lesson Before Dying work. I've taught Caesar the last three years and have some workable items and a lot of in process of refining because it is a challenging text for my students (I'm moving it in the order again this year). Are you still looking for ideas for Caesar or did you build it out?

    –fred

  2. I don't have to teach it this year. I am doing Romeo and Juliet (for which I have plenty of ideas) and Midsummer Night's Dream and Macbeth. Thanks for the offer, though!

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