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It makes me so sad when kids let out huge groans when we mention the name Shakespeare! I will admit, it's not always the most fun text to read, but Julius Caesar is such an approachable Shakespeare work with lots of rhetoric to explore!


With this simple project, students are tasked with creating two virtual posters; one is for Brutus's speech and the other for Antony's in Act 3; Scene 2. 


Not only are students exploring rhetoric, but they are also practicing their creativity muscles. 


I have included short, how-to videos on including gifs, videos, grouping objects, and more! 


This product includes

✅rhetorical analysis graphic organizer

✅editable project task, instructions, and rubric

✅six how-to videos to help students get creative

Julius Caesar Rhetorical Analysis: Virtual Posters