THE GLENCOE LITERATURE LIBRARY
The Tragedy of Julius Caesar
by William Shakespeare
To the Teachern
The Glencoe Literature Library presents full-length novels and plays bound together with shorter selections of various genres that relate by theme or topic to the main reading. Each work in the Library has a two-part Study Guide that contains a variety of resources for both you and your students. Use the guide to plan your instruction of the work and enrich your classroom presentations. In For the Teacher you will find these time-saving instructional aids: • About the Work: pertinent background information on the work, including a character list, a synopsis, major themes, and an annotated bibliography • Media Links: annotated listings of audio, visual, electronic, and print resources related to the work • Teaching Options: high-interest activities for introducing the work and individualizing instruction • Assessment Options: alternative assessment activities for greater flexibility in evaluating students’ understanding of the work • Options for Using Related Readings: suggested approaches to the Related Readings included with the work • Answer Key and Assessment Rubrics: detailed answers to all questions and reading activities and evaluation for alternative assessment activities For the Student consists of these reproducible blackline masters: • Meet the Author: a lively overview of the author’s life • Introducing the Work: background information that provides a meaningful context in which to read the work • Before You Read and Responding pages: pre- and postreading questions and activities • Active Reading: graphic organizers for students to complete as they read • Test: a comprehensive two-part test of the work
Photo Credits Page 13: Mar y Evans Picture Librar y NOTE: This classic play deals with ambition, politics, betrayal, and murder. Certain words, phrases, references, or situations may offend some readers.