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An English teacher at a Secondary School in the UK. * Sharing and questioning the day job. * I teach KS3/4/5.
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I can’t wait for this….I love @NathanFillion & Joss Whedon #Shakespeare

entertainmentweekly:

Yeah, this looks like an awful lot of fun.

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You can find some of my ‘shared’ resources available on @tes here

#Zombie #Shakespeare

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vintageanchor:

Make Your Own Shakespearean Insults (Thou gleeking, crook-pated flap-dragon)!  Shakespeare insult kit…

Source.

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vintageanchor:

Here are eight quotes, phrases, and saying that can be credited to William Shakespeare…

Found here.

idontknowart:

Ye Olde Hokey Pokey

idontknowart:

Ye Olde Hokey Pokey

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What will he do in Act Two, when he meets the love of his life?”
“I’m very sorry, sir. I have not seen Act Two.”
“…Of course you have not. I have not written it.
Shakespeare, Shakespeare in Love (via the-writing-desk)

shakespearean:

Luminary Digital Media’s new iPad version of The Tempest includes: expert commentaries, a full-length audio reading synchronised with the text, illustrations, podcasts and video from The Folger Shakespeare Library’s collection, and ties in a Facebook group to discuss the play. It’s also fully customisable, so you can turn features off and on.

babsblogs:

I just finished creating this facebook worksheet for Romeo and Juliet. Students will use this worksheet to summarize events in acts from the perspective of individual characters. Each table group will have one student assigned to a character in the act, assuring that each group has no character duplicates. Students will then use post it notes to “comment” on activity on other character facebooks from the perspective of their own assigned character.

If anyone wants a higher resolution of this worksheet, let me know and I’ll email it to you. This image can be printed off on a 8x11 piece of paper.

This is an excellent idea/ resource!

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William Shakespeare, thou villainous, rump-fed wagtail!
Shakespearean insults are fun, engaging and can be used actively with the pupils.

William Shakespeare, thou villainous, rump-fed wagtail!

Shakespearean insults are fun, engaging and can be used actively with the pupils.