This FREE bonus resource includes extension activity worksheets from our Julius Caesar Gr. 9-12 Novel Study Guide title.

Enjoy 6 BONUS worksheets from our Julius Caesar Gr. 9-12 Novel Study Guide. These worksheets can be used on their own, or paired with the individual resources as extension activities at the completion of the unit. And the best part is, it's FREE.

About these BONUS Worksheets:

Written to Bloom's Taxonomy, these worksheets are aligned to your State Standards. Each concept features practice worksheets and comprehension activities to ensure your students are engaged and fully understand the novel.

About the full resource, Julius Caesar Gr. 9-12:

Julius Caesar imagines the true events surrounding the titular character’s downfall. Beware the Ides of March! A warning given to Caesar, but not followed. Caesar has risen to power. Rome is prospering. However, some of the other senators are not happy. They believe Caesar is drunk with power. They believe Rome would be better with someone else in charge. Their greed leads to the formation of a plot to overthrow Caesar. Led by Cassius, the conspirators know they need Brutus on their side. With manipulation they succeed, and the horrible deed is done. What happens after this betrayal is a struggle for power between two sides. One side that of the conspirators. The other of Marc Antony and Octavius, who have managed to turn the Romans against Brutus and the others. This struggle culminates into a war, where only one ruler will rise to control Rome.

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