Introducing Shakespeare's Language: Help students understand Shakespeare's Language by breaking down the process. Use these engaging activities to introduce the vocabulary, grammar, and rhythms used in his language. Students will also explore Shakespeare'
How to Teach Middle School Shakespeare from Starts At Eight. Teaching Middle School Shakespeare can be easy and a fun with a few simple resources & a little time spent learning the nuances of Shakespearean Language.
Julius Caesar Act 1 Comic Strip for Note-taking, Active Reading, Study Guide
Julius Caesar Paraphrasing Comic Strip - Struggling readers paraphrase key lines to build comic strip summaries of Acts I and II. Help students understand Shakespearean language and stay engaged while reading.
Struggling to teach your students how to make sense of Shakespeare's language? This PowerPoint will help you explain many of the nuances in Shakespeare's language in an easy to understand format. The presentation can be used for any play or sonnet study.
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John Branyan - The Three Little Pigs- Fun video for showing text complexity. Perfect for teacher trainings to demonstrate difference in texts. You can even buy the picture book for use in your classroom.
Performing Shakespeare’s plays with their original English accent - In this short documentary, linguist David Crystal and his son, actor Ben Crystal look at the differences between English pronunciation now and how it was spoken 400 years ago.
In one version, students use Shakespeare& language to hurl insults, poetry-slam style. In the other version, students try to flatter and impress using unique combinations of Shakespeare& honeyed words. Two separate engaging and creative lessons.