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Shakespeare Historical Story

Most appropriate for KS2 or KS3, end of Junior school and into secondary school. Eight page printable page PDF file. Tells the story of the life William Shakespeare in a succinct and simple way. Designed to promote discussion with the children afterwards.

By iChild

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Shakespeare - Context and Introduction + Macbeth

An engaging introduction to Shakespearean context, particularly around the theme of the supernatural in Macbeth. The lesson makes use of non-fiction sources including pictures, videos and articles to draw out an understanding of common beliefs at the time. Although this lesson focuses on Macbeth, it would be suitable for a general introduction to life in the Shakespearean era. The lesson is aimed at KS3 and it is fully resourced and ready to go. Differentiation and questioning is provided throughout.

By amnc

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William Shakespeare introduction

An introductory lesson into William Shakespeare. Aimed at year 7 but easily adapted. Allows students to complete independent research with opportunities to reflect at the end. Students are given a well structured resource that helps them to plan and co-ordinate their own learning.

By Kicks3

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Introduction to Shakespeare

Excellent set of 5 PPTs on Shakespeare and his world that introduces pupils to the language and historical background. Can be used with any Shakespearean text.

By Polaphuca

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William Shakespeare

A short powerpoint about the basic facts of William Shakespeare's life. To introduce a famous person through simple and sometimes amusing notes. A few questions added to make the slides interactive and a quiz at the end to reinforce some points.

By Lilybabe

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Introduction to Shakespeare

Introduction to Elizabethan England and William Shakespeare. Analysis of the opening scenes to A Midsummer Night's Dream, King Lear and The Tempest. Analysis of quotations. Scaffolds to answer questions.

By amd26

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Introduction to Shakespeare

PPT and resources (some adapted and some differentiated). Lesson judged as outstanding previously. Introducing Shakespeare's life.

By indychick

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Introduction to Shakespeare

A fun group work activity where students move around the room searching for facts on Shakespeare's life, gender roles, the theatre and race in the Elizabethan era. Includes quotes and thoughts about the Bard from a range of historical figures.

By leahdaniellelucy

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Shakespeare Weekly Plans

Weekly plans and worksheets for KS2, when looking at older Literature- Shakespeare (Macbeth and A Midsummer Night's Dream). Please enjoy and review!

By BIRJ1_09

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Shakespeare project - Homework

A useful homework project that acts as an introduction piece for pupils to learn about Shakespeare. Can serve as a good companion to a class play, or as a stand alone homework project.

By benbaggins

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An Introduction to Shakespeare

Power point and resource introducing key stage three learners into the study of Shakespeare by considering autobiographical information and the historical context of his works. Aimed at a mixed ability year 8 class but can be adapted easily to suit other learners.

By ellenxo