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EngageNY Grade 8 ELA Module 2b: A Midsummer Night’s Dream and the Comedy of Control

For Teachers 8th Standards
A Midsummer Night’s Dream is the anchor text in a three-unit module that has eighth graders examine how Shakespeare develops the theme of control. Young scholars look at why and how the characters seek control and the results of...
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EngageNY Grade 8 ELA: Module 2b, Unit 3: Performance Task: Character Confessional Narrative

For Teachers 8th Standards
To conclude their study of A Midsummer Night's Dream, eighth-graders assume the voice of one of the characters in Shakespeare's play and craft a narrative in which the character explains their attempt to control or manipulate another...
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Merely Players

For Teachers 9th - 12th Standards
Disguises and role playing are the focus of a resource that uses Shakespeare’s As You Like It, Twelfth Night, and Henry IV, Part I, to demonstrate how we all play many parts in our lives; how we all are “merely players.” The many...
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My Shakespeare's Julius Caesar Curriculum Guide

For Teachers 9th - 12th Standards
No one knows the whole story surrounding Julius Caesar's death, but William Shakespeare's version of the event is certainly entertaining. A curriculum guide designed to accompany Julius Caesar makes the text even more engaging by...
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Shakespeare's Sonnets 29 & 130

For Teachers 10th - 12th Standards
Use the ideas here for a Valentine's Day activity (or anytime you study sonnets) with your 11th graders. Demonstrate how to analyze a love poem by conducting a think aloud about Shakespeare's Sonnet 29. Then small groups analyze Sonnet...
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Why Shakespeare Loved Iambic Pentameter

For Students 7th - 12th Standards
Spice up your traditional approach to teaching poetic structure with a wonderful animated video, which not only covers such terms as foot, meter, verse, but also stresses Shakespeare's unique use of iambic pentameter to convey emotion...
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What's in a Name? Considering the Shakespeare Authorship Question

For Teachers 10th - 12th
Did Shakespeare really write all that stuff? After viewing a trailer for the film, Anonymous and reading Stephen Marche’s article “Wouldn’t It Be Cool If Shakespeare Wasn’t Shakespeare?” class groups read articles about the Shakespeare...
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Shakespeare and Poe Teach Six-Trait Writing

For Teachers 5th - 8th
A Six-Trait Writing instructional activity helps your middle schoolers liven up their word choice and shows them how to evaluate their own writing. Class members take a close look at the language used in poems by Shakespeare, Kipling,...
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Allusions to Shakespeare in Popular Culture

For Teachers 9th - 12th
Send your high schoolers on a scavenger hunt through popular culture (music, television, video games, movies) to find allusions to Shakespeare. They must each provide three to share with the class, and the one they present cannot have...
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The Shakespeare Stealer: Novel Study

For Teachers 5th - 8th Standards
Have you ever been stuck between a rock and a hard place? That is where Widge, a character of The Shakespeare Stealer, finds himself. Readers find out how Widge handles his situation by answering comprehension questions, completing...
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Merely Players

For Teachers 9th - 12th Standards
“. . . one man in his time plays many parts,/His acts being seven ages.” Jaques famous speech from Act II, scene vii of As you Like It sets the stage for an examination of the roles people play. Class members not only consider the roles...
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Enter an Enchanged Wood with Shakespeare

For Teachers 5th
Students research William Shakespeare and his literary works. They study a variety of literary terms and different elements of his plays. They also research the Globe Theatre and different elements of the theatre in general.
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A Way with Words or Say What?

For Teachers 5th - 8th
Students explore the language of Shakespeare. In this literature lesson, students examine words invented by Shakespeare as they interpret their meanings in drawings. Students pantomime the meanings and then write a short story...
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As You Like It by William Shakespeare

For Teachers 7th
Jacque's soliloquy from Act II, scene ii of As You Like It sets the stage for a close reading exercise that models how to approach difficult, dense text and enables readers to practice reading comprehension and analysis skills. Learners...
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Appreciating Shakespeare's Language

For Teachers 10th - 11th
In this appreciating Shakespeare's language worksheet, students write a scene between two people using modern day English. Students then use the Shakespearian language to translate their scene into the Old English language.
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Hamlet Scenes

For Students 11th - 12th
Identify specific words and events from the different acts and scenes in The Tragedy of Hamlet by William Shakespeare. Some context and the exact act and scene are given for which you provide the action or character that belongs in that...
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Shakespeare's Language: What's the Meaning?

For Students 8th Standards
You needn't be an actor to stage this exercise in reading comprehension. Kids examine Jacques's "All the World's a Stage" speech from Act II, scene ii, of As You Like It, and explain the literal meaning of the figurative language. There...
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Shakespeare's Words

For Teachers 9th - 12th
High schoolers explore monologues of Shakespeare and the structure of the Globe Theatre. They participate in a Shakespeare phrase guessing game, examine a diagram of the Globe Theatre, and read and discuss monologues from Shakespeare.
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Shakespeare Film Clip Assignment Worksheet

For Students 10th - 12th
In this Shakespeare Film Clip worksheet, learners list main ideas in the play, important images and motifs, and chose at least six main scenes or quotes that relate to the theme.  Students then discuss what is complex or contradictory or...
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Using the Library for More than Research Papers

For Teachers 9th - 11th
Use the repository of resources that modern libraries hold to your advantage during National Library Week.
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Julius Caesar: Words and Phrases to Know

For Teachers 7th - 12th
In this Julius Caesar worksheet, pupils examine and study 57 common words and phrases found throughout Shakespeare's works that were common in the 17th Century, but may have new meanings today.
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A Way with Words or Say What?

For Teachers 5th - 8th
Young scholars examine Shakespearean language. In this word study lesson, students investigate the meaning of words that Shakespeare invented. Young scholars draw and pantomime with the words prior to writing short stories that feature...
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Much Ado About Illumination

For Teachers 11th - Higher Ed
Students analyze the language and characters in the Shakespeare play, Much Ado About Nothing. In this Shakespeare play activity, students read section of the play and discuss the speech of Benedick and Claudio. Students record the speech...
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Let's Shake Up Shakespeare!

For Teachers 6th - 12th
Stray from the traditional by trying this modern approach to exploring history's distinguished bard.