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Romeo and Juliet: a story for all time
How can I better understand myself and my world?



Through Shakespeare's play, Romeo and Juliet, students will investigate the author's approach to illustrating many of society's issues. They will analyse the characters, themes, literary techniques and social issues and their impact on the story line.Students can access the support documents and internet resources that may assist them

The students will adopt the persona of a character and respond to certain events - check out their thoughts on Our Thoughts page.

The Resources page will hold some support documents for the students.

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This unit is based on the US unit portfolio,” Romeo and Juliet: insight into ourselves”. A team of teachers in Victoria adapted this unit for Australia.
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