Romeo & juliet—cause-effect_model


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Romeo & juliet—cause-effect_model

  1. 1. Cause / Effect Chain<br />Who is most responsible for the chain of events that lead to the deaths of Romeo & Juliet?<br />
  2. 2. Cause / Effect Chain<br />Consider<br />ROMEO…<br />
  3. 3. Romeo passionately obsessed over Rosaline<br />Benvolio and Mercutio take him to the Capulets’ party to meet other women<br />Sees Juliet. Passionately in love at first sight. Forgets Rosaline.<br />Goes to Juliet after party. Passionate love-talk. Make plans to marry the next day.<br />Tries to make peace with Tybalt. Won’t fight. Gets beat up. Mercutio steps in to fight for him.<br />Romeo stops Mercutio from fighting Tybalt. Tybalt kills Mercutio while Romeo’s distracting him.<br />Romeo kills Tybalt in a fit of passionate rage.<br />Romeo is banished<br />Reacts passionately to mistaken rumor that Juliet is dead.<br />Returns to Verona, kills himself in a fit of passion.<br />Juliet sees Romeo dead in the crypt when she awakens.<br />Juliet kills herself in a fit of passion over Romeo’s death.<br />