This review activity for Romeo and Juliet by William Shakespeare is a series of puzzles covering plot, character, figurative language, conflict, and quote identification. You can present this as a Breakout Box (groups work at their desks) or as an Escape Room (groups seek clues you’ve hidden in the classroom). It has been designed to take 30-40 minutes. This resource includes a complete Teacher’s Guide (set-up, printing checklist, differentiation) and Answer Key. (grades 7-12)
Exhibits 16 & 17. APPLE BREAKOUT 1977. Just about the only person disappointed in the Apple 1, was the person who built it, Steve Wozniak. He wanted colour graphics. He wanted sound. He wanted a computer you could play Breakout on, the game he and Steve Jobs had just created for Atari as the follow up to Pong. The result was the Apple II, the first successful home computer. The future of video games and computers had converged. Games were now software and computers were now games machines.
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