For last week’s literacy homework we had to make a comparison video comparing 2 versions of Romeo and Juliet based on the work we did at school. These are some of the best videos:
6JN – Shakespeare Comparison from SHB Prep on Vimeo.
-Claire & Yumin
I enjoyed doing the Romeo and Juliet comparison because it helped me a lot with grammar and conjunctions.
I think I could have improved my one by talking about more specific things not just the acting.
I was very excited to do this Shakespeare topic. The part that I liked the most was the part that we get to watch different kinds of version from Romeo and Juliet. I had lots of fun.
I enjoyed doing Romeo and Juliet comparisons because it helped me to know what are the differences and similarities between two different versions of Romeo and Juliet.
During a literacy Homework we were making an adobe voice about Romeo and Juliet comparison. It was useful because we got to speak in different ways.
I liked doing Romeo and Juliet comparison because it help me improve my planning skills, writing skills and my grammar.
I really enjoyed making my Romeo and Juliet comparison video because it helps me understand more about the different versions of Romeo and Juliet.
The Romeo and Juliet comparison helped us understand the different versions of Romeo and Juliet and how some were nearly the same as the original and how some weren’t the same at all. For example Gnomeo and Juliet was not following the original because it was aimed at younger children just to give them a brief understanding of Romeo and Juliet.
I really enjoyed making the comparison video and also learning about different versions of Romeo and Juliet. My most favourite movie was the Baz Luhrman version because it was very romantic.
We had a lot of time to think about the comparison and differences of different interpretations of Romeo and Juliet such as Gnomeo and Juliet is for kids but the Baz Luhrman version was for teenager.
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