Jeopardy Final
100 100 100 100 100 100 200 200 200 200 200 200 300 300 300 300 300 300 400 400 400 400 400 400 Symbolism Fig. Lang. Theme...
What is the genre of the play? Historical Drama/Fiction Author/Genre  100
What is the name of Shakespeare’s wife? Ann Hathaway Author/Genre  200
Where was Shakespeare born and when? Stratford Upon Avon in 1564 (Born on and died on April 23—lived from 1564-1616) Autho...
What was the original name of Shakespeare’s acting company? Lord Chamberlain’s Men (later renamed The King’s Men in honor ...
When is the ides of March? March 15th Setting  100 On the Ides of March, in what Year was Julius Caesar assassinated? **Bo...
Where is the main setting of the play? Ancient Rome Setting  200
Where does Calphurnia’s dream/nightmare take place? The Capital Setting  300
Where do Brutus and Antony / Octavius’s Armies meet to fight? Philippi Setting  400
Who was the first and original conspirator? Cassius Characters  100
Who stabs them self in the thigh? Portia Characters  200
Who is known for delivering news to the conspirators? Cinna Characters  300
Who gives the incorrect information about Brutus to Cassius which causes Cassius to kill himself?  Pindarus Characters  400
What major internal conflict does Brutus suffer from? Whether or not he should kill Caesar Conflict/Plot 100
What is the main conflict between Octavius and Antony? They both want to take over the empire Conflict/Plot 200
Name  two  physical conditions that Caesar suffers from other than being infertile He is Deaf in one ear, and he has epile...
What is Brutus’s main flaw?  Give  two  examples He often makes the wrong decision. Doesn’t kill Marc Antony, Lets Antony ...
Give  two  examples of superstitious characters in this play Caesar, Calphurnia, the Soothsayer Theme  100
What character is known to “choose” their own fate?  Cassius Theme  200
How is the theme of “Mob Mentality” portrayed in the play?  The Plebians cheer for/boo randomly Ex. Brutus makes a claim a...
Name  three  themes of Julius Caesar Mob Mentality, Betrayal, Superstition, Persuasion and Manipulation  Theme  400
What type of figurative language is shown in Calphurnia’s dream? Foreshadowing Symbolism  100
What types of figurative language does Antony use in Caesar’s funeral oration? (Give 2 examples) rhetorical questioning, i...
What were Caesar’s last words? (to Brutus) “ Et tu Bruté ?, then fall Caesar!” (Even you Brutus, then Caesar shall die!) S...
What  does Brutus Decius say that Caesar’s blood “really” represents? medicine or strength for the city of Rome Symbolism ...
Caesar Augustus (Ruled from 27 B.C – 14 A.D) Final  Jeopardy What name does Octavius Caesar take when he is eventually cro...
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  1. 1. Jeopardy Final
  2. 2. 100 100 100 100 100 100 200 200 200 200 200 200 300 300 300 300 300 300 400 400 400 400 400 400 Symbolism Fig. Lang. Themes Conflict Plot Characters Setting Author Genre
  3. 3. What is the genre of the play? Historical Drama/Fiction Author/Genre 100
  4. 4. What is the name of Shakespeare’s wife? Ann Hathaway Author/Genre 200
  5. 5. Where was Shakespeare born and when? Stratford Upon Avon in 1564 (Born on and died on April 23—lived from 1564-1616) Author/Genre 300
  6. 6. What was the original name of Shakespeare’s acting company? Lord Chamberlain’s Men (later renamed The King’s Men in honor of King James the first) Author/Genre 400
  7. 7. When is the ides of March? March 15th Setting 100 On the Ides of March, in what Year was Julius Caesar assassinated? **Bonus** for 200pts 44 B.C
  8. 8. Where is the main setting of the play? Ancient Rome Setting 200
  9. 9. Where does Calphurnia’s dream/nightmare take place? The Capital Setting 300
  10. 10. Where do Brutus and Antony / Octavius’s Armies meet to fight? Philippi Setting 400
  11. 11. Who was the first and original conspirator? Cassius Characters 100
  12. 12. Who stabs them self in the thigh? Portia Characters 200
  13. 13. Who is known for delivering news to the conspirators? Cinna Characters 300
  14. 14. Who gives the incorrect information about Brutus to Cassius which causes Cassius to kill himself? Pindarus Characters 400
  15. 15. What major internal conflict does Brutus suffer from? Whether or not he should kill Caesar Conflict/Plot 100
  16. 16. What is the main conflict between Octavius and Antony? They both want to take over the empire Conflict/Plot 200
  17. 17. Name two physical conditions that Caesar suffers from other than being infertile He is Deaf in one ear, and he has epilepsy Conflict/Plot 300
  18. 18. What is Brutus’s main flaw? Give two examples He often makes the wrong decision. Doesn’t kill Marc Antony, Lets Antony speak last at the Funeral, attacks Philippi instead of waiting, etc. Conflict/Plot 400
  19. 19. Give two examples of superstitious characters in this play Caesar, Calphurnia, the Soothsayer Theme 100
  20. 20. What character is known to “choose” their own fate? Cassius Theme 200
  21. 21. How is the theme of “Mob Mentality” portrayed in the play? The Plebians cheer for/boo randomly Ex. Brutus makes a claim at the funeral and is cheered and then Antony makes a point against Brutus and the mob wants to kill Brutus Theme 300
  22. 22. Name three themes of Julius Caesar Mob Mentality, Betrayal, Superstition, Persuasion and Manipulation Theme 400
  23. 23. What type of figurative language is shown in Calphurnia’s dream? Foreshadowing Symbolism 100
  24. 24. What types of figurative language does Antony use in Caesar’s funeral oration? (Give 2 examples) rhetorical questioning, imagery, emotional appeal, sarcasm, verbal irony, repetition Symbolism 200
  25. 25. What were Caesar’s last words? (to Brutus) “ Et tu Bruté ?, then fall Caesar!” (Even you Brutus, then Caesar shall die!) Symbolism 300
  26. 26. What does Brutus Decius say that Caesar’s blood “really” represents? medicine or strength for the city of Rome Symbolism 400
  27. 27. Caesar Augustus (Ruled from 27 B.C – 14 A.D) Final Jeopardy What name does Octavius Caesar take when he is eventually crowned? Final Jeopardy
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