The Globe Theater Web quest
Standards: RLA.S.9.3 Listening, Speaking and Media Literacy
Students will apply listening, speaking and media literacy
skills and strategies to communicate with a variety of audiences
and for different purposes
Understand, interpret and
evaluate various media
Properly use private and
Plan, create, organize, and
present an age appropriate media
product that demonstrates an
understanding of format, purpose,
Although Romeo and Juliet was never performed in the Globe
Theater, when speaking of Shakespeare, it is a must to learn
about and get a better understanding of what it is all about!
In the web quest you are going to go through and learn all
of the basic information about the globe theater and even just
some random fun facts. While doing this web quest keep in mind
all that you already know about the theater. Then at the end,
think of all the new information that you have learned about
such a historical theater.
Step 1. For the first step follow the link below to find out
when the Globe Theater was built and who it was built by.
Step 2. For this step follow the links below to find out when
the original Theater burnt down and where the new Globe was
20 Points: To get full participation on this assignment you
must fully answer both steps fully and with all details of each
15 Points: To get ¾ participation you must answer both steps
with most questions answered in full.
10 Points: To get half participation you must fully answer one
step or step two with all questions within the step fully
5 Points: To get ¼ participation you must have at least one
question within one step answered in full detail.
0 Points: If you do not complete either step or any questions
that are included you will receive no credit for this
Congratulations! You now know some fun and historical facts
about the Globe Theater! I hope that within this web quest you
have gained a lot of knowledge that you will hold on to and that
you really enjoyed this assignment.