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All you need to get the kids started: a full slideshow PowerPoint about Shakespeare's life and historical context, a handout on Shakespearean grammar, followed by a great fun activity asking students to write in the style of an Elizabethan lady vistiing London.
Useful selection of the main resources, including:
Detailed Act One questions for students
Revision questions on the play
Useful and funny handout on non-standard dialect and Scouser' language in the play - a great springboard for discussions about class and society
Fun and varied selection of files to enrich the students' knowledge of Shakespeare, including:
Afull 12 plus slide overview of Shakespeare's life, context, times and language, with lots of facts and images to interest the students
A handy guide to Shakespearean grammar
Helpful Odd One Out activity for 'A Midsummer Night's Dream'
This bundle includes SOW, whole lessons, activities and assessment materials for the following Shakespeare texts:
Romeo and Juliet
The SOWs are designed for a range of year groups, from A Level to KS3.
This scheme of work is designed to be used with Year 7 but could easily be adapted to older students. The scheme of work is accompanied by several PowerPoints, both reading and writing assessments, and many differentiated activities. The SOW begins by prompting students to research the social, historical, and biographical contexts of The Tempest, then moves onto a guided reading of the plot (the focus is on the story for younger students), then an analysis of key scenes and an introduction into Shakespearean language. The SOW finishes with thematic and character investigations, and then ends with the option of six different assessments.
A knowledge organiser for Shakespeare's Macbeth.
Includes key quotations listed by character, key themes and settings, Shakespeare's ideas/intentions and various contextual factors (James I, supernatural, Great Chain of Being, Mary Scott and the Gunpowder Plot). Also has a handy section for identifying language, structure and form within the play.