Illuminating Shakespeare. Understanding Shakespeare. Shakespeare in Community - MOOCs. Shakespeare in Community “Discovering Shakespeare on the page, on stage, online, and in community.”
Shakespeare in Community begins as a Massive Open Online Course but it is also a massive public digital humanities event. The course will introduce a broad audience of learners to Shakespeare, as we collectively read, watch, and engage four Shakespeare plays: Romeo and Juliet, Much Ado About Nothing, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, and The Tempest. Shakespeare’s Hamlet begins with the curious and provocative line, “Who’s there? Using Film Clips to Teach Shakespeare. Double, double, toil and trouble / Fire burn and cauldron bubble.: The Weird Sisters (Andrew Zox, Cleo House, Jr., and Eric Hissom) in Macbeth at Folger Theatre (2008).
Folger Shakespeare Library. By Chris Lavold If you are a fan of Folger Education, you are well aware of the focus on performance-based teaching and how getting kids up on their feet is an effective way to understand and appreciate Shakespeare’s plays. I have found that an excellent complement to this is to view film clips of performances to generate intelligent class discussions. Some of the most interesting and insightful days of my ninth grade Macbeth unit were the days we watched multiple interpretations of the same scene.
Teaching ‘Macbeth’ in Middle School. Macbeth. Shakespeare's Grammar: Rhetorical Devices. Previous | Next | Return to Intro Intertwined with syntax, rhetoric exerts another powerful influence on Elizabethan writing.
Rhetoric in its original sense means "the art or study of using language effectively and persuasively. " While I won't be getting into some of the more obscure terms (is there anyone who isn't frightened by a mouthful of syllables like "paraprosdokian"?) , a healthy understanding of poetry's debt to rhetoric is in order. Below is a table of some of the more common devices employed for emphasis in Shakespeare: 1 According to literal interpretation, this example is itself a form of anadiplosis termed "gradatio," in which the anadiplosis is extended in a series of three or more clauses that repeat upon one another. 2 Also termed "antistrophe" or "epiphora," evidently depending upon one's source. 3 When the parallelism involves the same length within the structure (same number of words and/or syllables), this is a device known as "isocolon". 4 The opposite of asyndeton.
Macbeth. Unit: Macbeth Ivy Weiskopf Impact Academy of Arts & Technology Hayward, CA 2808 Views 42 Favorites Unit Description This is a 7 week unit to read the play and write a 5 paragraph, analytical essay.
Lessons Unit Resources Comments Cancel No comments at this time. Add Comment Favorite Copy Unit Share Unit Details: License: CC Attribution 3.0 Created: March 4th, 2011. SCC English. Macbeth Lesson Plans, Macbeth Quizzes, Help with Macbeth, Macbeth Resources, Macbeth and witches. ShakespeareHelp.com: Macbeth Macbeth Links Comprehensive PowerPoint Presentation on Macbeth - 144 slides Quizzes - Quotes - Characters Imagery - Themes - YouTube Videos Available for Immediate Download Biblical Influences on Shakespeare's Macbeth Bloody Tyrant or Benevolent King: Will the Real Macbeth Please Stand Up?
- Catherine Wells. Introduction To Teaching Macbeth In High School Literature. The Ultimate Free Shakespeare Resource. Shakespeare's Macbeth: Fear and the Motives of Evil. PBS Guide to Macbeth. KS3 Bitesize - English. Language-Arts-Lessons. Shakespeare Resource Center. 'Song of the Witches' Melvin FelixCat Cabral carves a candle at Enchantments, a store in Manhattan’s East Village.
Go to related article » This week’s Poetry Pairing matches “Song of the Witches,” famous lines from William Shakespeare’s tragedy “Macbeth,” with “Making It | Enchantments, the 30-Year-Old Witch and Goddess Shop,” an interview with the longtime manager of the Manhattan shop that caters to “so many different spiritual and magical paths.” After reading the poem and article, tell us what you think — or suggest other Times content that could be matched with the poem instead. Poem William Shakespeare, known for his plays, was also the author of many sonnets.
Song of the Witches By William Shakespeare Double, double toil and trouble; Fire burn and caldron bubble. Double, double toil and trouble; Fire burn and caldron bubble. Times Selection Excerpt Writer Shira Levine asks Ms. Q. See more about the collaboration and find ideas for using any week’s pairing for teaching and learning » Welcome to Shakespeare High: Your Shakespeare Classroom on the Internet! Reading Shakespeare's Plays Language Before you start to read Shakespeare's plays, you will want to take a look at some of the language uses that might stand in your way of understanding the script.
In his book, Unlocking Shakespeare's Language, Randal Robinson breaks the language barriers into three main categories: Shakespeare's Unusual Arrangements of Words, Shakespeare's Troublesome Omissions & Words Not Quite Our Own. This guide will briefly cover each of these areas, but you will also want to ask your teacher to get a copy of this great resource by following the link above. Unusual Word Arrangements Many of my students have asked me if people really spoke the way they do in Shakespeare's plays. The answer is no. I ate the sandwich. Robinson shows us that these four words can create six unique sentences which carry the same meaning. Poetry We speak in prose (language without metrical structure). Blank Verse: unrhymed iambic pentameter. Drama - 60 Second Shakespeare - Shakespeare's plays, themes and characters - Macbeth. Shakespeare Online.