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1 Romeo and Juliet When: Where:

2 Romeo 1. Listening one. Listen and fill in the spaces with the words under each paragraph. Hi! My name s Romeo. My s Montague. I m sixteen old and I with my in Verona. I don t have any or sisters; I m an only. I m very and I have hair. years child tall live family brothers brown surname I love! Sometimes my parents take me out to restaurants but my food is fish and with extra ketchup on. I could eat it every day of the although people say that food isn't good for your! top food expensive favourite chips week junk health In my time I like reading and writing. I m and generous to all my friends. My best is Mercutio. We spend lots of time! He's very and I can trust him! Sometimes we but I don't like fighting; I'm a very boy. together loyal argue calm kindhearted poetry friend free 2. Answer the following questions. How old is Romeo? How many brothers or sisters does he have? _ What's his favorite food? What does he like doing in his free time? _ Who's his best friend? 1

3 Juliet Hello! My name's Juliet Capulet. I'm sixteen years old. I was born in Verona. I live in a big palace with my mother and father. I'm polite and obedient to my parents. I'm a generous, easygoing and cheerful person. My friends say I'm sociable and honest. I'm tall and have long hair; people say I'm pretty. I love chocolate but unfortunately I'm allergic to it; when I eat it I fall asleep. I want to marry Romeo and he wants to marry me! 1. Match these personality adjectives to the definitions. Someone who......is usually in a good mood is...likes being with other people is...doesn t get angry or worried about things is...likes buying presents is...shows good manners towards others is polite generous cheerful sociable easygoing 2. Read the text above and write whether the following sentences are true or false. Juliet's surname is Montague. Juliet's seventeen years old. She was born in Verona. She lives with her parents. Juliet's a greedy, demanding and unhappy person. Her friends say she's sociable and honest. Juliet's short and has curly hair. She wants to marry Romeo. 2

4 Lady Capulet 1. Listening two. Listen and cross out the wrong words in bold. Lady Capulet is Juliet's mother/brother/father. They are always arguing. She's always spelling/smelling/telling Juliet what to do. Lady Capulet's often in a bad food/rude/mood and only thinks about herself. Her latest plan is forcing Juliet to marry for honey/money/bunny rather than for love. She wants Juliet's wedding to be the biggest event/tent/rent of the year and unfortunately for Juliet she finally/honestly/usually gets what she wants. She's a successful, rich businesswoman. She loves going shopping and especially likes buying offensive/expensive/intensive jewellery. Every day she wears/cares/shares the latest designer clothes. 2. What do the correct words mean in your language? 3. Match these personality adjectives to the definitions. Lady Capulet......only thinks about herself. She s bossy...is often in a bad mood. She s spoilt...wants to be very successful. She s unhappy...is always telling other people what to do. She s selfish...usually gets what she wants. She s ambitious 3

5 Mercutio Hi! My name s Mercutio. I m Romeo s best friend. I enjoy spending time with my friends. In my free time I like playing sports but I hate swimming. I don t like being indoors; I prefer being outdoors. At weekends I love going on picnics. My favourite food is ice-cream. I m always talking and telling jokes. I don t have a girlfriend and I don t want one! I think everybody should stay young, free and single like me! 1. Look at what Mercutio says. Then write about yourself. My name s... I enjoy... In my free time I like... I hate... I don t like... I prefer... At weekends I love... My favourite food is... I m always... I don t have... I don t want... I think Work with a friend. Practise the dialogue. Hi! What do you like doing in your free time? I like dancing and watching TV. What kind of books do you like reading? I like watching films and cartoons. Hi! I like playing basketball and reading books. And you? I like reading adventure books and romantic stories. What kinds of TV programmes do you like watching? 3. Now change the underlined parts of the dialogue and say what you like doing. Practise with your friend. 4

6 Tybalt Hello! My name's Tybalt. I'm Juliet's cousin and Lady Capulet's nephew. I have a short temper and I often pick fights. 1. Song. Listen to the song and complete the lyrics with the correct words in bold. enemy fight war night smart doubt instead sad friends love heart mad Come on Tybalt, can't you see? I... Juliet, she loves me I don't want to be your... Let's be good..., you and me Keep calm and go with the flow Put away your sword and go just go (Chorus) Romeo, come and... me now Pull out your sword and fight me now Don't go running into the... Pull out your sword and fight, fight, fight Romeo, you're a Montague I detest cowards like you Romeo, time is running out I hate you without a..., doubt, doubt Hey Tybalt, don't get so... Hurting me will make Juliet... I don't want to be at... with you Let's make peace, tell me what to do Keep calm and go with the flow Put away your sword and go just go (Chorus) Come on Tybalt, try to be... You'll only break poor Juliet's... I don't want to harm a hair on your head Let's sit down and talk... Keep calm and go with the flow Put away your sword and go just go (Chorus) 2. What does "to go with the flow" mean? 4. Match the two words with the similar meanings. to do what other people are doing to go near a river to reject what other people think 3. What does "to harm a hair on your head" mean? to have a terrible headache to hurt someone to like someone's hairstyle keep calm detest running out hurting war make peace smart instead conflict rather dislike intensely chill out brainy damaging finishing forgive and forget 5

7 Paris Paris is a true gentleman; he's polite and generous. He's handsome, famous and very rich. He's very ambitious and never satisfied with his achievements; he always wants more. He has big dreams and a clear goal: he's in love with Juliet and he wants to marry her. 1. Read the text then match the words with the same meaning. WORD Polite Generous Handsome Famous Rich Never Satisfied Achievements Dreams Big SAME MEANING Accomplishments Large Fulfilled Wealthy Not at all Well-known Good-looking Unselfish Well-mannered Imagination 2. Find the words in the word search. wedding allergic parents tragedy balcony angel mask letter poison chocolate revenge reconciliation wig sword knife snake W I G R R A B G E S W T Z X E V E A M A R P A R E N T S S A C B D P U R I C L E R R F N V R H T D P B G R O C G K I T T W P O M I S L L H N O Y N N D R E O C A N H R E C O N C I L I A T I O N G L G T N I Y W F S C G D S L G P O I T O N F R E N I E I O A E A L L E R G I C S A S D N N T L S C A R C E M A S K I Y G L E W G S W O R D W I R E V E N G E A 6

8 and 1. Watch the video and answer the following questions. The video can be found online at In the search box write: pigeon english theatre Who wrote Romeo and Juliet? What do and need to find? How should the perfect balcony be? What is always doing? How many balconies do and visit? 2. Watch the video again and put the sentences in the right order. high/low/too/too/not/not/and carefully/listen/very with/stop/phone/your/playing too/and/not/new/too/not/old do/what/think/you close/it's/really need/find/balcony/the/we/to/perfect 3. Read the definitions and complete the crossword. Watch the video: The perfect balcony Across 1. Being without defects. 2. Stop talking! Be..! 3. To tell someone not to worry about something because it is not important. 4. Refined, tasteful and stylish. 5. Very distant, remote Down 3 2. It's not too far! Actually, it's. near! 3. Located a short distance away. 6. Very bad or unpleasant. 7. Confused. 8. Not young

9 The perfect balcony The video to accompany this activity can be found online al In the search box write pigeon english theatre. Watch the video: The perfect balcony. Hello! My name's and I m an actor. No! It s too new. Today we are going to perform the most Well, it s not too high and it s not too low. important scene from Shakespeare's Romeo No! It s too high! It's It's and Juliet: the famous balcony scene where It's horrible! Romeo declares his love for Juliet. Oh well, never mind! I know where we can This is my friend!! find the perfect balcony! He s always playing with his phone!! Is it near or is it far away? Stop playing with your phone! It s near. No! It s quite near. No, it s very far Hello! My name s! away. So, we need to find the perfect balcony! Oh! It doesn t matter. Come on! Let s go! We need to find the perfect balcony! Come on! I just said that! Up here! What about this one? Sorry! No! No! No! Come down here! So, the perfect balcony the perfect balcony Okay! should be not too old and not too new. What about this one,? It should be not too high and not too low. No! It should be beautiful. Some people are never happy! Hey! I know where the perfect balcony is. Now,, listen very carefully. The perfect Really! Where! balcony should be elegant. It s not too far from here. Elegant. Great! If it s not too far from here, let s go! It should be romantic. Let's go! Go on, go! Romantic. Wait, my phone! Ready! It should be stylish. Le's go! The perfect balcony should be elegant, Sorry! It's this way! romantic and stylish. You said it was nearby! I know the place. Oh! I m sorry! I'm always getting nearby and No, you don t! far away mixed up. Yes, I do! It s really close. Well, this is far away; it's not nearby! Be quiet! Let s go home! I m sorry! It s really close! Are you really sorry? We are going home! Yes! I'm really sorry! But Good! Good! So where is the perfect balcony? Be quiet!!! Where are you! But Where is he? Stop talking! Look at me! I m up here! Look! This is the But perfect balcony! What do you think? Shhhhh! What do I think? Well, first of all it s Shhhhh! It s not too old and it s not too new. 8

10 Teacher's Instructions - Romeo and Juliet A2/B1 All the activities in this pack can be used in pairwork or groupwork. You can make one photocopy per student or one per group. The front page works as a poster for the show, so you could print several copies and enlarge them on a photocopier to pin up around the classroom or school. Romeo 1.Play the recording as many times as necessary, giving students time to write down the correct answers. Check answers in open class. 2. Give students time to familiarise themselves with the words in bold in each paragraph. Ask students to answer the questions. Check the answers in open class, helping with pronunciation as necessary. Juliet 1. Ask students how many of the adjectives (if any) they know. Give students time to match the adjectives and descriptions. You can check their understanding by translating the words. You can also check pronunciation as necessary. In open class ask a student to choose two or three adjectives they think describe themselves. Encourage them to use very/quite/a bit/not very etc. by asking "Very sociable? Or just a bit sociable?" Ask other students if they agree; "Do you think Marco is generous?" Ask another student to choose a word which they think does not describe them. Elicit a response; "I'm not (very) easygoing." 2. Students work individually. Check the answers in open class, helping with pronunciation as necessary. F (Juliet's surname is Capulet) F (Juliet's sixteen years old) T T F (Juliet's a generous, easygoing and cheerful person) T F (Juliet's tall and has long hair) T Lady Capulet 1. Play the recording as many times as necessary, giving students time to cross out the wrong words. (mother, telling, mood, money, event, usually, expensive, wears) 2. Give students time to familiarise themselves with the correct words and give them time to write the meanings of the words in their own language. Play the recording once more for them to check and read as they listen. 3. Ask students how many of the adjectives (if any) they know. Give students time to match the adjectives and descriptions. You can check their understanding by translating the words. You can also check pronunciation as necessary. In pairs, one student should turn over their worksheet. The other student should test them by saying "She's + adjective". The other student should try to remember the definition. This can then be reversed. You may want to model this with a student first. Mercutio 1. Ask students to describe themselves following Mercutio's example. You can write extra vocabulary on the blackboard In pairs, ask students to practise the dialogue provided. Make sure the pairs swap the roles. You can also repeat the exercise in open class. Tybalt 1. Play the song a few times for students to complete the text. They should then sing along to the song, which appears in the play. Encourage them to learn the words. An instrumental version of the song is included in the listening materials for karaoke, or your students can write their own lyrics Direct students to the phrases "to go with the flow" and "to harm a hair on your head" (2. to do what other people are doing - 3. to hurt someone). Paris 1. Students should familiarise themselves with the words in bold. Ask them to match the words with the same meaning. 2. Give students time to complete the word search. This could be done in a later lesson to revise the vocabulary. and The video to accompany this activity can be found online at In the search box write pigeon english theatre. Watch the video: The perfect balcony. 1. Play the video a few times. You can pause it in places if necessary. Give students time to take notes. Ask students to answer the questions prompting them to use new words they have learnt from the video. (shakespeare / the perfect balcony / not too high and not too low, not too old and not too new, elegant, romantic, stylish / four balconies) 2. Watch the video again and focus students attention on the sentences on the screen then ask students to put the sentences in the right order. In pairs, ask students to practise parts of the dialogue between and. They can act it out in front of the class. 3. Give students time in pairs to complete the crossword. This could be done in a later lesson as a revision activity. Across 1. PERFECT 2. QUIET 3. NEVER MIND 4. ELEGANT 5. FARAWAY Down 2. QUITE 3. NEARBY 6. HORRIBLE 7. MIXED-UP 8. OLD 9

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