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Transcript of Julius Caesar
an inner feeling or voice viewed as acting as a guide to the rightness or wrongness of one’s behavior.
Discuss the consequences related to not listening to our conscience some times?
- Sometimes our conscience is right over what our brain is telling us. So when we don’t listen to our gut “conscience” then we suffer the consequences. Consequences include:
Getting in trouble
Making the wrong decision
Disappointing those around you
Influencing other to do the wrong things as well
Jeopardizing your future
Julius Caesar takes place in multiple settings of Rome.
How does conscience affect our lives?
- Sometimes when you’re making a decision, you don’t know how to come to a conclusion. You have solution, your friends or family members might have another solution and that feeling in your gut that’s telling you something, your conscience also has one. Usually what your mind tells you is different than what your gut is telling you and sometimes your conscience is right.
Artist: William Shakespeare
By Ghita Fekkak, Sydney Harrison
He had a son with Cleopatra
His wife's name is Calpurnia
His Best friend is Brutus
Julius is one of the consulships
Julius Caesar takes place in Rome
Julius is warned to "Beware the Ides of March"
What are some names/phrases used to describe conscience?
- Your gut
- The feeling inside your stomach
- The butterflies
- That voice inside your head
- When your heart/stomach drops.
What role does conscience play in the story?
When Calpurnia has a gut instinct after having a bad dream that Caesar should not go into work that day. (Act II Scene 2)
When Brutus, Cassius and Casca were deciding whether or not to kill Antony as well as killing Julius.
(Act II Scene 1)