Each worksheet comprises of 2 landscape A3 sheets which trace Shakespeare’s imagery throughout the play. It enables students to trace how Shakespeare creates meaning through imagery. My students struggled initially with incorporating their interpretation of method into assessed responses and since using these they are able to follow themes more confidently and can explore Shakespeare’s craft much more successfully.
I created a set of 4: body and disease, bird and animal, clothing and light and darkness. I’ve used them mostly with higher ability students but they easily be edited for differentiation by deleting some of the higher order considerations. This resource contains 2 of the imagery investigations: animal/bird and body and disease.
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