Fate (Part 1)

In this lesson, we will explore how Shakespeare presents the theme of fate in Romeo and Juliet. We will again revisit the literary method of motif, and examine how this is used by Shakespeare to demonstrate his message about fate to an audience.

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Intro quiz - Recap from previous lesson

Before we start this lesson, let’s see what you can remember from this topic. Here’s a quick quiz!

Q1.What is the correct definition of 'nonsensical'?

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Q2.True or False: The ending of Romeo and Juliet is presented to be cataclysmic.

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Q3.Which of the following is not an example of violence that Shakespeare's London based audience would have been used to?

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Q4.Can you complete the following quotation from the Mercutio? "A ........ o' .......... your houses!"

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Q5.Can you complete the following quotation from the Prologue: "Where civil ............ makes civil hands ..............."

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Quiz:

Intro quiz - Recap from previous lesson

Before we start this lesson, let’s see what you can remember from this topic. Here’s a quick quiz!

Q1.What is the correct definition of 'nonsensical'?

1/5

Q2.True or False: The ending of Romeo and Juliet is presented to be cataclysmic.

2/5

Q3.Which of the following is not an example of violence that Shakespeare's London based audience would have been used to?

3/5

Q4.Can you complete the following quotation from the Mercutio? "A ........ o' .......... your houses!"

4/5

Q5.Can you complete the following quotation from the Prologue: "Where civil ............ makes civil hands ..............."

5/5

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Revisiting Romeo and Juliet - Fate (1)

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Q1.What is the correct literary definition of 'Fate'?

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Q2.True or False: Shakespeare uses a range of both explicit and more subtle foreshadowing within Romeo and Juliet.

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Q3.Which of the following scenes is fate most clearly referenced for the audience?

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Q4.Which two examples of motif within Romeo and Juliet are used by Shakespeare to present his ideas about fate?

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Q5.Can you complete the following quotation from the Romeo in Act 5, Scene 1: "“Is it even so? then I ........you, .............!”

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Quiz:

Revisiting Romeo and Juliet - Fate (1)

Now you have completed the lesson content for today, have a go at the following quiz which will assess your understanding of the content that we have covered together! Good luck!

Q1.What is the correct literary definition of 'Fate'?

1/5

Q2.True or False: Shakespeare uses a range of both explicit and more subtle foreshadowing within Romeo and Juliet.

2/5

Q3.Which of the following scenes is fate most clearly referenced for the audience?

3/5

Q4.Which two examples of motif within Romeo and Juliet are used by Shakespeare to present his ideas about fate?

4/5

Q5.Can you complete the following quotation from the Romeo in Act 5, Scene 1: "“Is it even so? then I ........you, .............!”

5/5

Lesson summary: Fate (Part 1)

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