Photo by Abbi Price
Mrs. Eickoff’s class is acting out Julius Caesar. Her students had been working on the play for about a
month. “Being able to act Julius Caesar out is an amazing experience,” sophomore Autumn Roe said.
In Mrs. Eickhoff’s English 10 Honors Class, the students are acting out Julius Caesar in front
of the class. Students elect to play a character and say that character’s lines. Periodically
Mrs. Eickhoff will pause and explain the play to the class.
The students also get props for certain scenes. For the stabbing of Caesar, the students got
to hold plastic knives to boost the realism. Mrs. Eickhoff greatly encourages students to act out
a part in the play.
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