24 – Juliet, seeing Romeo has died, takes her life with his dagger.
25 – The Montagues and the Capulets vow to end the family feud.
3) In each of the remaining dominoes, identify important events that lead to the lovers’ deaths. Make sure that you place each event in the order in which it occurs. Think of it as a cause-and-effect chain—one event leads to the next, which leads to the next, which leads to the next …. You may find it helpful to work your way backwards as you plot your events.
4) Once you have assigned an event to every domino, glue them to the paper provided. You may set them up in a straight line, curve, or a nonlinear construction (particularly if some of your events cause more than thing to happen next).
5) At the bottom of your paper, identify which ONE event you think carries the most weight in causing the tragedy. Explain your answer and support with evidence from the text .
We will take two class days to complete this. It is DUE AT THE END OF YOUR CLASS PERIOD ON THURSDAY, APRIL 12TH. GRADING: This will be assessed as a Double Daily grade.