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Socrative Quiz

Catherine O'Rourke How well do you know your Shakespeare? Wednesday, April 19 2017 06:32 PM
Catherine O'Rourke
How well do you know your Shakespeare?
Wednesday, April 19 2017 06:32 PM
Room: catherine8448
Total
Score (0 -
Student Names
Student ID
100)
Number of correct
answers
"To be, or not to be
that is the question."
"Some are born great,
some achieve
greatness and some
have greatness thrust
upon them."
"Two households,
both alike in dignity, in
"
fair Verona
"Beware the Ides of
March."
"All the world's a
stage, and all the men
and women merely
players. They have
their exits and their
"
entrances
O'Rourke, Charles
-
90
9
'Hamlet'
'Twelfth Night'
'Romeo and Juliet'
'Romeo and Juliet'
'Julius Caesar'
O'Rourke, Timothy
-
60
6
'Hamlet'
'Twelfth Night'
'Julius Caesar'
Tina O'Rourke
-
50
5
'Hamlet'
'Twelfth Night'
'Romeo and Juliet'
'Julius Caesar'
'The Comedy of
Errors'
'Macbeth'
'The Comedy of
Errors'
Class Scoring
66.7%
6.67
100.0%
100.0%
100.0%
100.0%
0.0%
"Life’s but a walking
shadow, a poor
player, that struts and
frets his hour upon the
"
stage
"A man can die but
once."
"To thine own self be
true."
"Friends, Romans,
countrymen, lend me
"
your ears
"Love looks not with
the eyes, but with the
mind, and therefore is
winged Cupid painted
blind."
'Macbeth'
'Henry IV: Part II'
'Hamlet'
'Julius Caesar'
'A Midsummer Night's
Dream;
'Macbeth'
'Henry IV: Part II'
'The Tempest'
'The Merchant of
Venice'
'Romeo and Juliet'
'Antony and
Cleopatra'
'Richard III'
'The Tempest'
'Julius Caesar'
'Romeo and Juliet'
66.7%
66.7%
33.3%
66.7%
33.3%