Romeo & Juliet Comic Book

I just saw that SparkNotes has the Romeo and Juliet comic book on their website for students to read for free. The website says “Explore our Romeo and Juliet graphic novel to find illustrations of every scene in the play paired with helpful line-by-line translations of the original text.”¬†What a great resource if your students are remote learning!


Here’s the link: https://www.sparknotes.com/shakespeare/romeojuliet/graphic-novel/?inHouse=DS

Turn a worksheet into an editable Google Slide

It’s easy to turn a worksheet into an editable Google Slide.

You can watch this video I made or just read these step by step instructions.

Link to my video on YouTube: https://youtu.be/–FTy0o2H14

First you need to export your PDF to an image file. I prefer to save it as a PNG file. There are several programs that can do this. I use Adobe Acrobat. Or, if you have it as a paper version you can scan it as a high resolution image.

Then open your Google Slide. Go to File > Page Set Up. Change it to custom. 8.5 x 11 inches. Or, if you need it in landscape you can do 11 x 8.5.

Next go to Slide > Change Background > Chose Image.

Once you have set your background you will need to add text boxes where you want your students to type their answers.

If you are using the Google Classroom: Create a new assignment. Attach the Google Slide and be sure to select “make a copy for each student.”

Like my ACE short answer worksheet? You can find in on my Teacher Pay Teacher Store: https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/ACE-Writing-Strategy-Organizer-and-Model-2239154