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Julius Caesar - Study Guide

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Julius Caesar unit study guide for literature, from a Christian perspective

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Julius Caesar has been made emperor of Rome for life, and many also want to make him king. Some in the Roman Senate envy Caesar his success, and others fear what he may do with his power, and so Caius Cassius and a band of patricians decide that Caesar must die, but they believe they need the support of Caesar's friend, the popular Marcus Brutus, to lend legitimacy to their plans. Brutus already seems to fear Caesar and soon succumbs to their influence and joins their plot. The conspirators discover that assassination is a messy tool for achieving power, however, and ruling Rome is much more complicated than simply removing Caesar.

In 84 pages (including the answer key), our study guide contains:

  • Background on the authors and story
  • Prereading suggested activities
  • Vocabulary activities related to the story
  • General content questions
  • Literary analysis and terminology questions designed to give students a good understanding of writing technique and how to use it
  • Critical analysis questions designed to help students consider and analyze the intellectual, moral, and spiritual issues in the story and weigh them with reference to scripture
  • and, of course, a detailed answer key!
SKU:
428.
Availability:
Usually ships within 24-72 hours
Recommended Grade Level:
9-12
Setting:
Ancient Rome
Workbook ISBN:
978-1-58609-369-3
CD ISBN:
978-1-58609-620-5
Study Guide Author:
Michael S. Gilleland
For the Book By:
William Shakespeare
Study Guide Page Count:
84 pages

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  • 4
    Good, but missing a few things

    Posted by Susan D. on 14th Mar 2015

    I am always looking for assessments on vocabulary and didn't see any. I also didn't see many activities for the visual learner. There didn't seem to be any graphic organizers. I do like ties to Biblical principles and concepts.