Put on a Play
Prepare to put this play on in a theatrical setting. Cast the play and assign costume designers and set directors.
Watch part of the movie version of this play. Have the students write about whether or not this version matched their mental images of the scenes viewed.
Find and attend a live performance of this play as a field trip. Have the students write about what they learned from the stage version that they did not learn from reading it.
Hold a party in the Roman fashion. Include Roman clothing, food, decorations and music. Have the students discuss what they learned about the Roman culture through this event.
Have the students create works of art depicting their favorite Roman gods. Have them write a short essay about how that god affected the plot of the play.
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