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100

Who were the three people that tried to warn Caesar about March 15th?

The Soothsayer, Artemidorus, Calpurnia
100

Describe the plebeian crowd accurately.

Easily manipulated, wishy-washy, easily persuaded.

100

Finish the phrase Brutus said in Act 3: "It's not that I loved Caesar less, but that I loved ________ more."

Rome

100

TRUE OR FALSE:

Ethos = Emotion

Pathos = Trustworthy Person

Logos = Logic

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100

Finish this song lyric: "You're on the phone with your girlfriend, she's upset. _______________________."

She's going off about something that you said...

200

What does "ides of March" mean? 

The middle of March; March 15th

200

Based on the title, "The Tragedy of Julius Caesar," which term may best predict the outcome of the play?

a. Confusion

b. Euphoria

c. Skepticism

d. Devastation

d. Devastation

200

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What is the tone of Act 3, scene 1 when Caesar is walking to the Capitol?

Suspenseful... WHAT WILL HAPPEN?!

200

Which of the following is an example of logos?

a. Forensic evidence at the police department.

b. Images of children crying in the street.

c. A doctor promoting a new brand of Tylenol.

d. A comedian making people laugh.

a. Forensic evidence at the police department.

200

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300

"Et tu, Brute" means what in modern English?

And you, Brutus?

300

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Why was Brutus willing to join the conspiracy even though Julius was his friend?

Brutus was convinced that Caesar was ambitious and he did not want to be ruled by a king.

300

What is Antony trying to achieve with the crowd by calling Brutus an "honorable man" so many times?

He wants to make the crowd question Brutus's character by sarcastically referring to him as honorable.

300

Does the following phrase from Antony's speech use ethos, pathos, or logos? "I speak not to disprove what Brutus spoke, but here I am to speak what I do know."

Ethos

300

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400

**DOUBLE JEOPARDY**

How does Brutus die in Act 5?

He runs onto his sword.

400

What leadership trait does Caesar lack? (his tragic flaw...)

Too power hungry and arrogant

400

What leadership trait does Brutus lack? (his tragic flaw...)

Too trusting of others... easily manipulated

400

** DOUBLE JEOPARDY **

When Cassius uses fake letters from the Roman people to persuade Brutus to join the conspiracy, which rhetorical appeal does Cassius NOT use to convince him?

Pathos

400

What is the difference between a “patriot” and a “traitor?” Are these two titles mutually exclusive or can they ever be the same thing? Explain how the words “patriot” and “traitor” apply to The Tragedy of Julius Caesar.

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500

Who warns Brutus that Antony will turn against him?

Cassius

500

Brutus says in Act 1, "What means this shouting? I do fear the people choose Caesar for their king." What does this reveal about his character?

Brutus does not want Caesar to be king.

500

How does Caesar's death increase tension in the story? 

The audience is unsure of how Antony will react...

500

** DOUBLE JEOPARDY **

The art of effective persuasive speaking and writing is called what?

Rhetoric
500

Choose a character and explain how their character traits helped or hurt them in a conflict they faced.

(Caesar, Antony, Brutus, or Cassius)

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