Shakespeare - Romeo and Juliet. The story of Romeo and Juliet takes place in Verona in Italy.
Two families, the Montagues and the Capulets, hate each other so much that they fight on the street whenever they meet. One of these families, the Capulets, organises a big party so that they can introduce their daughter Juliet to a rich nobleman, Count Paris, who has asked to marry her. Juliet is nearly 14, and her parents are keen for her to marry soon. Romeo is the son of the Montague family, and is also about 14. Romeo and his friends decide that it would be exciting to go to the Capulets’ party too. That night, at the party, Romeo meets Juliet, and they fall in love at first sight.
Juliet’s cousin, Tybalt, gets angry very easily. Meanwhile, the Capulets decide that Juliet must marry Count Paris immediately. When the guests arrive for Juliet’s wedding the next day, Juliet’s lifeless body is discovered. When the Capulets and Montagues discover both their children dead, they are united in their sadness. Drama - 60 Second Shakespeare - Shakespeare's plays, themes and characters - Romeo and Juliet. Teachingenglish.org. BBC Bitesize - KS3 English Literature - Shakespeare's life and inspirations - Revision 1.
Romeo and Juliet. English Language: How far back in time could you go and still understand English? Three great plays. The Complete Works of William Shakespeare. Romeo and Juliet by William Shakespeare - Free Online Book - Scene I. A public place. Prev | Next | Contents Scene I.
A public place. [Enter Sampson and Gregory armed with swords and bucklers.] Sampson. Gregory, o' my word, we'll not carry coals. Gregory. Sampson. Gregory. Sampson. Gregory. Sampson. Gregory. Sampson. Gregory. Sampson. Gregory. Sampson. Gregory. Sampson. Shakespeare. Hamlet. Hamlet for kids. Shakespeare's 400th anniversary.
Draw His Life - William Shakespeare. BrainPOP William Shakespeare. Shakespeare - ESL. Primary History - Famous People - William Shakespeare. William Shakespeare Biography for Kids – To be or not to be « William Shakespeare was born in Stratford-upon-Avon, England on April 23, 1564.
He most likely attended King Edward VI Grammar School in Stratford, where he learned Latin grammar and literature. In 1582, he married 26 year-old Anne Hathaway at the age of 18. In 1583, William’s first child, Susanna was born. In 1585, he had twins, Hamlet and Judith. Between 1589 and 1590, William is believed to have written his first play, Henry VIII (part I).
By 1592, William had begun a career as a playwright in London. After writing Julius Caesar in 1599, Shakespeare is thought to have written Hamlet, historically thought of as his greatest masterpiece. To be or not to be, that is the question — Whether ’tis nobler in the mind to suffer The slings and arrows of outrageous fortune, Or to take arms against a sea of troubles, And by opposing, end them. Akala – Comedy, Tragedy, History rap. Comedy tragedy history worksheet. The Complete Walk. A free, interactive celebration of Shakespeare's plays Download The Complete Walk Map to plan your route (PDF version) Download The Complete Walk Credits & Synopses (PDF version) Over the spring weekend of 23 – 24 April 2016, the banks of the Thames will come alive with an extraordinary celebration as Shakespeare’s Globe invites the world to join The Complete Walk. 37 specially-made 10 minute films will be screened along the iconic 2.5 mile stretch between Westminster Bridge and Tower Bridge.
William Shakespeare Resources. Welcome to Will’s World – home of all our Shakespeare 2016 celebrations!
To mark the 400th anniversary of Shakespeare’s death, we’ll be bringing you lots of brand-new resources to help you explore the enduring relevance of his plays, characters and language with your students. Be sure to sign up for our monthly emails to get all the latest Shakespeare resources – plus a FREE copy of our Hamlet eBook! Lesson plans & videos fun and games competition webinars free ebook This brand-new series of lesson plans and videos is designed to help you get students excited about Shakespeare and explore the enduring relevance of his language, and plays in our everyday lives.
Shakespeare Fun & Games. Welcome to the Fun and Games area of Will’s World, hosted by our very own Puck – the mischievous star of A Midsummer Night’s Dream!
Here, you’ll find lots of fun resources to help you liven up your lessons and get students excited about Shakespeare in 2016! Ideal for warm-ups or end of class fun. Enjoy! Learn some fascinating facts and idioms with this special Shakespeare infographic from the Macmillan Readers! BBC Learning English - Course: shakespeare / Unit 1. William Shakespeare : Lesson plans. Shakespeare our way - elevernas tolkningar - Mia Smith.
Som jag redan beskrivit har mina elever i år 8 och 9 fått lära känna Shakespeare i allmänhet och Romeo & Julia i synnerhet inom ramen för engelskundervisningen, upplägget har jag beskrivit i följande blogginlägg: och Mycket av upplägget är klassiska uppgifter, men den avslutande utmaningen är den som utmärker projektet, och den där eleverna fått möjlighet att ta ut svängarna lite extra.
Många av dem har gjort detta med bravur och jag vill visa upp några exempel på hur de valt att tolka uppgiften. De exempel jag visar upp är inte nödvändigtvis de bästa eller mest unika, men de representerar olika varianter av tolkningar och påvisar en bredd. Eleverna går i år 8 och 9 på Vallhamra skola och har alla givit mig sitt godkännande att publicera deras verk. Uppgiften gick ut på att välja en del av berättelsen om Romeo & Julia och göra en egen tolkning. Jag har fått in fantastiska tolkningar som jag inte kommer visa upp här: låtar, vloggar och andra texter. Chattar i sociala medier Bildtolkningar.
Continuing Shakespeare - Mia Smith. M.sparknotes. Shakespeare Lives. This Shakespeare Lives schools’ pack has been created by the British Council in partnership with the Royal Shakespeare Company to mark the 400th anniversary of Shakespeare’s death in 2016.
The pack celebrates Shakespeare as a writer who still speaks for all people and nations, addressing big questions and themes about the human experience and what it means to be a citizen in the twenty-first century. This pack encourages teachers and pupils to engage with some of the key issues, themes and ideas in Shakespeare’s plays, and to explore the ways they remain relevant and current in our lives today, wherever we are in the world. Specially designed to encourage learning across the curriculum, the resource is split into five key themes; Leadership and Power, Family and Relationships, Identity and Equality, Fate and Destiny, Justice and Rules.
Within each themed section you will find a wide range of activities for pupils aged 7-14. We'd love to hear from you. Shakespeare lives schools pack for web v2 17dec15 fate. Shakespeare lives schools pack for web v2 17dec15 family. William Shakespeare Resources. Which Shakespeare Play Should I See? An Illustrated Flowchart. In just 10 DAYS I will be speaking at the Folger Shakespeare Library!
In case you've missed my previous annoucements on this, here are the basic facts: WHO: Me! WHAT: Talking about my comic and live-drawing on stageWHERE: The Folger Theater, Washington D.C.WHEN: Friday, April 29, at 6:00pmWHY: Because it's going to be REALLY SUPER FUNHOW MUCH: Nothing! It's absolutely FREE! You can reserve a FREE ticket at the Folger website. Shakespeare's idioms: Lesson 1. William Shakespeare. How to make Shakespeare easy for English language learners. Have you ever had difficulty relating Shakespeare to learners of English?
Tutor and resource writer Genevieve White comes to the rescue, in time for Shakespeare Day and English Language Day today. Last year, I wrote an article extolling the joys of teaching Shakespeare to learners of English and outlining the reasons why teachers should bring the Bard into the classroom. Some of the comments I received on this post suggested that the linguistic challenges presented by sixteenth-century English are just too great to overcome. It is true that Shakespeare’s texts may present difficulties for contemporary readers, particularly those who do not have English as a first language. Luckily, however, there are a number of ways in which we can reduce the language barrier between our learners and Shakespeare’s greatest work. Make it attractive from the start Begin by piquing your learners’ interest. In the past, I have introduced my learners to the story and its characters with this trailer. 1. 2. British Council.
Monthly news lesson: Shakespeare’s 400th anniversary. Teaching Shakespeare. Shakespeare's Insult Generator. 9781405879330.