'Romeo and Juliet' by William Shakespeare: Young Reader's Introductory Course
This five-week course provides an introduction to the main ideas and characters of Shakespeare's perennially popular tragedy about young love.
Dr. Anthony Radice
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Completed by 22 learners
learners per class
$15 per class
Meets 1x per week
Over 5 weeks
55 minutes per class
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This five-week course provides an introduction to the great themes of Shakespeare's ever-popular play about the tragic passion of two young lovers. We will explore the remarkable transformation of Juliet from a submissive daughter to an independent young woman, the headstrong passion of Romeo that hastens his demise, the debate about how much the two tragic heroes were victims of fate, and much more. Students will have plenty of opportunities to discuss these ideas orally and to practice...
To gain a thorough understanding of the main themes and characters in 'Romeo and Juliet'.
I have three university degrees in literature - that's why I get to call myself 'Doctor' Radice. I've also taught literature for more than thirteen years in schools, to classes ranging from age nine to eighteen.
2 files available upon enrollmentI will provide a study guide with quiz questions and a textbook for the guiding writing activities. Other than that, students just need to bring paper and pen or pencil.
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
Informal assessment of understanding will take place during class. Students will also have the option of submitting their written work in order to receive individual feedback.
55 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
'Romeo and Juliet' contains some violent scenes of sword-fighting where Mercutio, Tybalt and Paris are killed, which may be disturbing for younger students. One of these (the scene where Romeo slays Paris) is the focus of the fifth lesson in this course. There is no grisly description, and a radio play will be used for the extract, so no blood will be seen by students.
Dr. Anthony Radice
Experienced English Teacher (B.A./M.A./Ph.D.) and Home-Schooling Dad
🇬🇧Lives in the United Kingdom
304 total reviews
130 completed classes
I am an English teacher and an English enthusiast - that’s why I spent so long studying English at university! I have three English degrees from two top British universities (Manchester and Leeds) and more than thirteen years of school teaching...