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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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hipstershakespeare:

Othello, Act 4, scene 2(original photograph by GilG Photo) 

hipstershakespeare:

Othello, Act 4, scene 2
(original photograph by GilG Photo

There’s no trust, No faith, no honesty in men; all are liars, All swear falsely, all nothing, all deceivers.
Shakespeare (via me-and-my-collar-bones)

englishteacheronline:

I was busy yesterday working and checking out neighbourhoods I may be moving to next year, so I missed Talk Like Shakespeare Day.

There’s a whole website with instructions on how to talk like Shakespeare here: http://www.talklikeshakespeare.org/

And get this free PDF poster by clicking through to http://www.talklikeshakespeare.org/res/TalkLikeShakespeare_Top10.pdf

I’ll be printing it out big and colourful for my next classroom.

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.