Love (Part 1)

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

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Intro quiz - Recap from previous lesson

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Q1.What is the definition of 'wrathful'?

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Q2.True or False: Tybalt would be considered a flat character.

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Q3.Which two contrasting qualities do Tybalt and Benvolio show that demonstrates that they are Foil characters?

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Q4.How would you describe Tybalt's attitude to and relationship with Romeo?

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Q5.Which of the following is NOT a quotation from Tybalt's character?

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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!

Question 1

Question 2

Question 3

Question 4

Question 5

Q1.What is the definition of 'wrathful'?

1/5

Q2.True or False: Tybalt would be considered a flat character.

2/5

Q3.Which two contrasting qualities do Tybalt and Benvolio show that demonstrates that they are Foil characters?

3/5

Q4.How would you describe Tybalt's attitude to and relationship with Romeo?

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Q5.Which of the following is NOT a quotation from Tybalt's character?

5/5

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Revisiting Romeo and Juliet - Love (1)

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Q1.What is the definition of an Motif?

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Q2.Which of the following is NOT a motif presented in the play?

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Q3.True or False: A motif is purposefully constructed across a text, and has symbolic significance

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Q4.Which of the following is NOT a likely connotation of the image of the sun?

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Q5.Which of the following is NOT a type of love that Shakespeare explores in Romeo and Juliet?

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Quiz:

Revisiting Romeo and Juliet - Love (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!

Question 1

Question 2

Question 3

Question 4

Question 5

Q1.What is the definition of an Motif?

1/5

Q2.Which of the following is NOT a motif presented in the play?

2/5

Q3.True or False: A motif is purposefully constructed across a text, and has symbolic significance

3/5

Q4.Which of the following is NOT a likely connotation of the image of the sun?

4/5

Q5.Which of the following is NOT a type of love that Shakespeare explores in Romeo and Juliet?

5/5

Lesson summary: Love (Part 1)

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