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I wanted to take today to show off some of the fantastic posters my students have created in response to our Romeo & Juliet/Movie update project. The task was to take a scene from Act IV of R&J and use that scene as a springboard to pitch a new take on the famous play. 
As you can see from some of these, my students did a FANTASTIC job of coming up with compelling new ways to translate the story. It’s really easy to see, when looking at these, how the kids translated the central Montague/Capulet feud into a variety of different takes. 
I’m really proud of the kids. I’ve been doing this project for three years and these are some of the best takes on it I’ve seen.
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teachmoments:

I wanted to take today to show off some of the fantastic posters my students have created in response to our Romeo & Juliet/Movie update project. The task was to take a scene from Act IV of R&J and use that scene as a springboard to pitch a new take on the famous play. 
As you can see from some of these, my students did a FANTASTIC job of coming up with compelling new ways to translate the story. It’s really easy to see, when looking at these, how the kids translated the central Montague/Capulet feud into a variety of different takes. 
I’m really proud of the kids. I’ve been doing this project for three years and these are some of the best takes on it I’ve seen.
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teachmoments:

I wanted to take today to show off some of the fantastic posters my students have created in response to our Romeo & Juliet/Movie update project. The task was to take a scene from Act IV of R&J and use that scene as a springboard to pitch a new take on the famous play. 
As you can see from some of these, my students did a FANTASTIC job of coming up with compelling new ways to translate the story. It’s really easy to see, when looking at these, how the kids translated the central Montague/Capulet feud into a variety of different takes. 
I’m really proud of the kids. I’ve been doing this project for three years and these are some of the best takes on it I’ve seen.
Zoom Info
teachmoments:

I wanted to take today to show off some of the fantastic posters my students have created in response to our Romeo & Juliet/Movie update project. The task was to take a scene from Act IV of R&J and use that scene as a springboard to pitch a new take on the famous play. 
As you can see from some of these, my students did a FANTASTIC job of coming up with compelling new ways to translate the story. It’s really easy to see, when looking at these, how the kids translated the central Montague/Capulet feud into a variety of different takes. 
I’m really proud of the kids. I’ve been doing this project for three years and these are some of the best takes on it I’ve seen.
Zoom Info
teachmoments:

I wanted to take today to show off some of the fantastic posters my students have created in response to our Romeo & Juliet/Movie update project. The task was to take a scene from Act IV of R&J and use that scene as a springboard to pitch a new take on the famous play. 
As you can see from some of these, my students did a FANTASTIC job of coming up with compelling new ways to translate the story. It’s really easy to see, when looking at these, how the kids translated the central Montague/Capulet feud into a variety of different takes. 
I’m really proud of the kids. I’ve been doing this project for three years and these are some of the best takes on it I’ve seen.
Zoom Info
teachmoments:

I wanted to take today to show off some of the fantastic posters my students have created in response to our Romeo & Juliet/Movie update project. The task was to take a scene from Act IV of R&J and use that scene as a springboard to pitch a new take on the famous play. 
As you can see from some of these, my students did a FANTASTIC job of coming up with compelling new ways to translate the story. It’s really easy to see, when looking at these, how the kids translated the central Montague/Capulet feud into a variety of different takes. 
I’m really proud of the kids. I’ve been doing this project for three years and these are some of the best takes on it I’ve seen.
Zoom Info

teachmoments:

I wanted to take today to show off some of the fantastic posters my students have created in response to our Romeo & Juliet/Movie update project. The task was to take a scene from Act IV of R&J and use that scene as a springboard to pitch a new take on the famous play. 

As you can see from some of these, my students did a FANTASTIC job of coming up with compelling new ways to translate the story. It’s really easy to see, when looking at these, how the kids translated the central Montague/Capulet feud into a variety of different takes. 

I’m really proud of the kids. I’ve been doing this project for three years and these are some of the best takes on it I’ve seen.

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