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A Way with Words or Say What? - Mary Beth Bauernschub

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5 to 8
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Shakespeare invented over 2,000 words and expressive phrases. In this lesson, students use drawing and pantomime to identify and analyze some of Shakespeare's phrases. They then write...more
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Shakespeare invented over 2,000 words and expressive phrases. In this lesson, students use drawing and pantomime to identify and analyze some of Shakespeare's phrases. They then write a story using the newly-identified words, lines, and phrases. There are 2 45-minute lesson plans that enable students to:
--identify words invented by William Shakespeare.
--interpret the meaning of words through drawing.
--identify words by interpreting drawings.
--analyze the meaning of a line or phrase.
--pantomime to communicate the meaning of a line or phrase.
--interpret pantomime to identify a line or phrase.
--write a short story using Shakespeare invented words, lines, and phrases.

tag(s): shakespeare (131)

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Intersperse these ideas as you read a play, giving your students a chance to exercise multiple intelligences.

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Drama Workshop: Ideas for teaching drama - Andrew McCann

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1 to 8
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Looking for a variety of improvisational activities for your students? Or perhaps an original play? This site offers several of these that are varied and interesting. Worth a look for...more
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Looking for a variety of improvisational activities for your students? Or perhaps an original play? This site offers several of these that are varied and interesting. Worth a look for a change of pace. While the site is a little cluttered with ads, the links in the left side column provide a lot of activities filed under categories (such as animals, Christmas, etc.) as well as two plays written by the creator of the site that are quite cute for middle school students. This provides some variety in the activities that you may have planned, particularly if you like looking for holiday focused activities.

tag(s): acting (27), holidays (147)

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Use improvisation as a springboard to writing in your language arts classes. Once students have tried acting, have them write "plays" or do brief improvisations to illustrate concepts from socisl studies or science!

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Musical Freeze Improvisations - Matt Buchanan

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6 to 10
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This lesson is intended to teach improvisation and invention, and to introduce the idea of creating story from movement, rather than the other way around. It also works well as ...more
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This lesson is intended to teach improvisation and invention, and to introduce the idea of creating story from movement, rather than the other way around. It also works well as a warm up. It is a variation of musical chairs, but the movement (not the freezing itself) is the important part. It is designed to show students the different aspects of body movement as well as different interpretations by different individuals. While great as a warm-up exercise, this also works well with students who are "stiff" actors or who find it difficult to be natural onstage.

tag(s): acting (27)

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As you read a piece of literature and discuss how a character's actions are part of the characterization, use improv to help students understand how much we learn about people through their actions. If you choose to extend the literature study by having students write a character study, they can use description of actions as part of that study, as well.

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Three Words - Matt Buchanan

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6 to 9
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This game teaches improvisation, pantomime, and clear communication. It also works as an introduction to the skill of giving constructive criticism. Students will simply say it's fun....more
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This game teaches improvisation, pantomime, and clear communication. It also works as an introduction to the skill of giving constructive criticism. Students will simply say it's fun. This is a group activity that uses students natural acting talents to help them learn how to give criticism in a way that is helpful.

tag(s): acting (27)

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You could use almost any three words to play this game and it can be adapted to a specific lesson or piece of literature. Using your imagination will inspire theirs! It is especially helpful before asking them to critique each other's writing, often a difficult task for middle schoolers.

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No, You Can't Take Me - Matt Buchanan

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K to 6
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This site is a lesson idea for a game that teaches confidence, pantomime, and critical thinking. It's also a lot of fun. It can be adapted for use from Kindergarten ...more
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This site is a lesson idea for a game that teaches confidence, pantomime, and critical thinking. It's also a lot of fun. It can be adapted for use from Kindergarten to Middle School - obviously with varying levels of sophistication. It looks more complicated than it is - the creator says he never has trouble making his students understand it.

tag(s): acting (27)

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Students are assigned to be different objects within a group (the other groups are the audience)and in acting out the object, they must also convince the teacher why they are useful (or were invented, etc.). Very cute and teaches all sorts of different skills painlessly. One possible adaptation is to use this as a review for different science concepts, such as body systems, instead of simply for an object. Each group could be a body system and would have to tell why they should not be taken away. This could truly check student understanding while building oral communication and drama skills, too.

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Around the world in 30 minutes - Matt Buchanan

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2 to 5
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Want to teach geography in a painless and engaging manner? This is the lesson for you! The creator provides a narrative that is easily adapted to have students choose countries ...more
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Want to teach geography in a painless and engaging manner? This is the lesson for you! The creator provides a narrative that is easily adapted to have students choose countries around the world (or on a specific continent or in a specific time period) that encourages research as well as creativity.

tag(s): acting (27), continents (49)

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Reading this lesson plan is bound to give you great ideas on how to use it and adapt it for your own needs. This is also a way to get kids interacting with knowledge and using their innate acting skills. Kids love to act! Here's a way to put that talent to practical use in another subject area.

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Fencing in Theatrical Fighting - Daniel Penrose

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8 to 12
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Are you teaching plays that include fencing? Are you students completely unaware of what fencing entails? If you want to teach the basics of fencing to students, even if you ...more
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Are you teaching plays that include fencing? Are you students completely unaware of what fencing entails? If you want to teach the basics of fencing to students, even if you only want to let them know how difficult it is, this is a good site with a lesson plan. It offers direct objectives in 7 75-minute classes (which could be adapted to shorter time periods). You should have access to the 3 different types of fencing equipment (foil, ?p?e, and sabre)and some expertise (or access to some expertise!) in the art. But vastly fascinating for students!

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The lessons are sound and basic. The 3 "further information" links at the bottom of the page no longer work, but it should not be difficult to find similar working URLs on the net for fencing in theater and the movies.

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Monologue Archive

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8 to 12
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Links to MANY monologues for use by students for speech and drama. Categories include comic, dramatic, and classic for men and women, as well as monologues for children and "seniors."...more
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Links to MANY monologues for use by students for speech and drama. Categories include comic, dramatic, and classic for men and women, as well as monologues for children and "seniors." A real prize for teachers who are working with forensics or drama students. All the links on this site take you to a list of possiblities that are either reprinted by permission or public domain. You can search by playwright. Going to a particular monologue will allow you to check on other monologues by that playwright. You can also access the main menu from the monologue itself rather than going back each time.

tag(s): forensics (27), speech (92)

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If you are beginning podcasting in your clases, monologues could provide some material for your students to try. Consider creating a collection of monlogues on a certain theme or a "monologue of the week" podcast for your literature or drama class.

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Mark's Guide to Whose Line is it Anyway

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7 to 12
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This site has an A-Z listing of all the games played on the popular TV show Whose Line Is It Anyway? as played in the original show in Great Britain ...more
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This site has an A-Z listing of all the games played on the popular TV show Whose Line Is It Anyway? as played in the original show in Great Britain and the American version hosted by Drew Carey. For the simplest games, there is just a description. For the ones that need further explanation, there are links to click on and a sample shows as the game was played with the actual script as it happened.

tag(s): literature (275)

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This can be a great lesson starter, particularly on those dreary days when kids don't want to work. For lower level kids, it is a brain exercise for such things as the alphabet game (which is more difficult than it first seems!). For higher level kids, you can substitute characters from literature with a situation from the story itself or from history with imaginative "what if" dialogue for actual events.

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Drama Teachers Exercise - online bulletin board

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6 to 12
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What makes this a good site is the variety of ideas presented. The site has ideas contributed by many. All of the exercises given are tried-and-true teacher ideas. These exercises ...more
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What makes this a good site is the variety of ideas presented. The site has ideas contributed by many. All of the exercises given are tried-and-true teacher ideas. These exercises have worked effectively with students, not only to teach acting, but also to focus them on other lessons. I particularly like the one on Shakespeare.

tag(s): literature (275)

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While this is a plain site with lesson ideas, it is full of possibilities for lessons in any subject; it is particularly easy to adapt to literature and social studies lessons. It incorporates creative dramatics and improvisation with analysis of text or events. Insert your own unit into it and it can create enthusiasm for an otherwise dull topic or text.

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The English Learner Movie Guides - Raymond Weschler

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8 to 12
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This helpful collection of movie summaries grants limited English speakers access to popular movies. Besides the summaries, which are available in PDF, Microsoft Word, and html, there...more
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This helpful collection of movie summaries grants limited English speakers access to popular movies. Besides the summaries, which are available in PDF, Microsoft Word, and html, there are hints for teachers on how to use movies in the classroom, hints for the student on how to watch movies that are often full of fast talk and slang, and an overall explanation of the best way to utilize the movie guides. The glossary includes not only difficult vocabulary but also explanations of cultural, historical, and idiomatic references that will add to student comprehension and enjoyment of the movies.

tag(s): movies (65)

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Teachers planning to show a film in class should check this site for information to help their ESL studente better understand the film. You can also use it to help with literature that has been made into a film.

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"The Producers" Lights Up Broadway from Recording the Producers - PBS Great Performances

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9 to 12
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Involving students in present day theatre is valuable for both interest purposes and motivational purposes in studying the history of theatre and its collaboration with the other arts....more
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Involving students in present day theatre is valuable for both interest purposes and motivational purposes in studying the history of theatre and its collaboration with the other arts. You can use this site for a beginning or plug it in with almost any other current Broadway musical.Including an overview with learning objectives and a remarkable number of additional links, this site has procedures for teachers that includes four (4) activities and student organizers for students. If you desired to simply use what is there, you would have a good basis for a lesson. If you took the time to sort through some of the additional sites listed, you would easily have a semester's worth of information to share with students.

tag(s): producers (8)

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This can be used as a history lesson, a creative writing exercise, a literature analysis, or a research assignment. It also encourages students to look at other jobs for the theatre besides acting or directing. While the organizers are not the best part of the site, they are easily adapted or expanded to be exactly what you want and some of the descriptions of the activities give great ideas on creating organizers yourself.

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Adapting a Musical - Kennedy Center ArtsEdge and Jayne Karsten, teacher

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9 to 12
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Help your students explore the implications of developing a musical from a literary text or an historical event by trying out this set of lessons.The plan includes suggestions for immersing...more
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Help your students explore the implications of developing a musical from a literary text or an historical event by trying out this set of lessons.The plan includes suggestions for immersing students into the creative process of building a musical. Any literary source or sources already integrated into the curriculum could be used in this "test case" probe. Sources that do not seem to hold any promise for transformation are just as valuable as those that do. An ideal format would be to incorporate a text or texts that hold promise and one or more that seem non-transferable. Following are a few suggested titles that could be considered. Some seem rich in possibilities; others do not and may seem impossible choices. Creative students, however, may find possibilities in all of them. The plan includes a list of possible literary works from which to choose or get ideas and specific instructions on how the students could be divided to work together on specific tasks. It includes assessment.

tag(s): gifted (96)

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This plan actually incorporates activities for five 45-minute lessons. This activity would make a challenging interdisciplinary activity as a culmination of a unit in a history class or in a gifted program.

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Readers' Theatre - Jim Cornish, Grade Five Teacher, Gander Academy

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5 to 10
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Did you ever wonder what Reader's Theatre is? This is a great site for teachers looking for ways to incorporate drama into their classrooms without the additional work of creating ...more
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Did you ever wonder what Reader's Theatre is? This is a great site for teachers looking for ways to incorporate drama into their classrooms without the additional work of creating sets, costumes, sounds, and props. It enables students who are good readers to enhance and capitalize upon their strengths and encourages poor readers to improve their skills with practice. The Reader's Theatre page breaks down the components of Readers Theatre: what it is, why it is done, how to do it, and how to evaluate it. It includes links to get actual readers theatre scripts listed by grade level. After looking at some, it enables teachers to create their own using stories of their choosing.

tag(s): readers theater (17)

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The Speech Accent Archive - George Mason University

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6 to 12
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Are you producing a play that is in need of some accented English speech, or do you teach dialogue? This website offers accents/speech patterns from all over the world. In ...more
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Are you producing a play that is in need of some accented English speech, or do you teach dialogue? This website offers accents/speech patterns from all over the world. In the "browse" section, you are able to click on an area of the world and hear a paragraph spoken from a native of that country,state, or region. The same paragraph is spoken in each example. The paragraph contains all of the needed vowel/consonant combinations, so that an interested student could easily compare and match a needed sound. You, too, can submit your own English accent recording to this site. It is a perfect site for those who desire some authenticity when it comes to learning about how different cultures speak the English language. Over 553 samples have been recorded for the site, and you can add one of your own. This site requires the Quicktime plug-in. Get it from the TeachersFirst Toolbox page

tag(s): patterns (85), speech (92)

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Make this one available to the cast members of your school play or for in-class skits. You could also share some of the sound files as you study literature written in dialect to students can "hear" what it really sounds like. By listening to English accents all over the world, literature teachers may want to encourage authentic oral readings. Make sure you have speakers on your computer - and turn up the volume!

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Acting Up, Backstage - Kennedy Center Arts Edge and Mary Beth Bauernschub, Teacher

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5 to 8
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This is a lesson to teach middle school students to identify elements needed to create the setting for the assigned act, sketch a plan of a set, create a diorama ...more
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This is a lesson to teach middle school students to identify elements needed to create the setting for the assigned act, sketch a plan of a set, create a diorama or three-dimensional set design, and write an explanation of the set design created.In the 1860s, when the novel is set, melodrama was the most popular style of theatre. Louisa May Alcott wrote a rough plot of a melodrama in her book, Little Women. In this lesson, the students read the melodrama aloud. Then the class is broken into five groups, each of which is assigned an act to interpret. Each student creates a set design plan and a diorama or three-dimensional representation of the design. The students write an explanation of the design. Students assess each other's work.

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This could, of course, be used with any other drama of the same period. Pieces of Mark Twain would also work well with this activity. This plan includes 3 45-minute lessons.

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Acting Up, A Melodrama - Kennedy Center ArtsEdge and Mary Beth Bauernschub, Teacher

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5 to 8
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This is a lesson to teach middle school students about emotions and how to express them through drama after they have studied them in a piece of literature. The lesson ...more
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This is a lesson to teach middle school students about emotions and how to express them through drama after they have studied them in a piece of literature. The lesson is flexible to use for a shorter or much longer periods of time depending on teacher needs. Because students will be interested in the dramatic aspect, and they will tend to forget they are doing some writing, composing, directing, reporting, and designing along with it! Emotional support teachersmay fidn this lesson idea useful, as well.

tag(s): acting (27)

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This plan actually contains more than one lesson, so you have activities for multiple days.

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Playing with Shadows - Kennedy Center

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4 to 6
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Introduce your students to the ancient Chinese art of shadow puppetry with this delightful and interactive site. In addition to revealing the basic mechanics of the art, this resource...more
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Introduce your students to the ancient Chinese art of shadow puppetry with this delightful and interactive site. In addition to revealing the basic mechanics of the art, this resource provides historical background, descriptions of traditional stories and characters used in shadow puppetry, and videos of actual shows performed by the Shaanxi Folk Art Theater - a renowned Chinese puppetry troupe. After observing the step-by-step process of puppet and stage creation, visitors can construct virtual puppets and create their own shows.

tag(s): cultures (105)

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This site might provide some inspiration for a very different kind of multicultural class project. Create your own shadow puppets from straws, tape, paper fasteners, and scissors; then add a simple cotton screen and light source. Instructions and illustrations are provided.
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Absolute Shakespeare

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9 to 12
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This online reference contains nearly everything a student of Shakespeare needs, including a complete library of works, summaries of the plays, a collection of quotes organized by work,...more
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This online reference contains nearly everything a student of Shakespeare needs, including a complete library of works, summaries of the plays, a collection of quotes organized by work, and a useful glossary of words used by the Bard. Also includes information about the controversial authorship debate, a Shakespearean timeline, and biographical information.

tag(s): elizabethan (17), plays (37), shakespeare (131)

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Shakespeare for Kids - Folger Library

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6 to 12
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Kids of all ages can enjoy delving into the life of Queen Elizabeth and the works of William Shakespeare. Explore full texts of plays in PDF format, word games and ...more
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Kids of all ages can enjoy delving into the life of Queen Elizabeth and the works of William Shakespeare. Explore full texts of plays in PDF format, word games and puzzles, historical lessons (some are interactive), and fun facts about Shakespeare and his theater. A word of caution: many of the activities on this site require prior knowledge of Shakespearean plays and characters. Choose wisely based on the level and language skills of your students, and the depth of your study of Shakespeare. Use to introduce the Elizabethan era, review important concepts, or extend a literature unit with a bit of history. Created by the Folger Shakespeare Library. Requires Adobe Acrobat.

tag(s): elizabethan (17), england (57), plays (37), shakespeare (131)

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Share this site on a projector or interactive whiteboard before allowing students to use it individually or with a partner. Have students review the site during a unit on courtship, courtly love and of course - Queen Elizabeth. Have students explore the site and create a quick presentation of what they learned. Students can create brief online posters using a tool such as Padlet (reviewed here).
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