Reel to Real: Romeo and Juliet

Romeo and Juliet film still
Romeo and Juliet film still




Medium (5-11 activities)


England, Wales, Scotland, Northern Ireland

This resource was specifically created for our Reel to Real education project with the learning department of the V&A Museum. The activities outlined in the resource are broadly suitable for ages 11-18 English, drama and related subjects, and are particularly helpful in supporting study of the play for GCSE English Literature. This resource helps students to explore character, meaning and interpretation through a range of activities designed to deepen students' understanding of the different ways a text can be interpreted which, in turn, challenges them to develop higher-order thinking skills such as analysis, evaluation and creation. 

It comprises of a set of comprehensive teachers' notes with worksheets for use in the classroom and the accompanying Reel to Real: Much Ado About Nothing PowerPoint presentation which includes clips from the 1968 Zeffirelli and 1996 Baz Luhrmann film adaptations and short extracts from the 2013 National Theatre production, courtesy of the V&A. 

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Reel to Real Romeo and Juliet PowerPoint

Reel to Real Romeo and Juliet PPT

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Reel to Real Romeo and Juliet teachers' notes

Reel to Real Romeo and Juliet PDF

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