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Romeo & Juliet Using this Guide List of other study guides The notes were prepared for use with an edition of Romeo and Juliet bound together with the book for West Side Story and in conjunction with a showing of Franco Zeffirelli's film version of the play, but they will be useful with any edition or production. The introduction focuses primarily on comparisons with West Side Story, so it has relatively little to say about the play as such.

ENGL 339 Home Page English 339: Introduction to ShakespeareFall, 2013 Site Navigation PREREQUISITES: GE area A (esp. expository writing, e.g. ENGL 134, and reasoning, argumentation and writing, e.g. ENGL 145); AND GE area C1 (a 200-level literature class, e.g. IRREGULAR VERBS – INTERACTIVE GAMES Jump to navigation TeachingEnglish Irregular verbs? Stratford Festival - Teachers Teaching Materials Download instructions and materials for some of our favourite classroom activities. Instructions: Shakespearean Insult GameTableau the StoryTossing LinesChoral SpeakingTheme TableauxClass MonologueIambic Name GameMoving the TextDrawing the TextNarration with Mime Materials:

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.

Enjoying "Macbeth" by William Shakespeare Enjoying "Macbeth", by William Shakespeare by Ed Friedlander, M.D.erf@kcumb.edu This Is NOT "Family Entertainment." Young people who know of Shakespeare from "Shakespeare Gardens" and "Beautiful Tales for Children" may be surprised by what happens in Macbeth. When we first hear of Macbeth, he has just cut an enemy open ("unseamed") from belly button ("nave") to throat ("chops"). The king shouts "Oh valiant cousin! Worthy gentleman!"

Romeo: courtly lover Courtly lover and madman Commentary Table of Contents | Next page On this page: Introduction Partly because you will be thoroughly familiar with the main line of the plot of Romeo and Juliet, I am going to start my discussion of the play by beating about the bush: I will ask you to look at Romeo before he meets Juliet; at the brilliant but eccentric speech of Mercutio on Queen Mab; at Romeo and Juliet as tragedy; and at some of the many colourful minor characters in the play--then to look again at Romeo and Juliet themselves. Look with some care at the dialogue between Benvolio and Romeo, 1. 1. lines 163-241.

THE WORLD OF TELS The first official trailer of The Original History Walks® is on air. Pavia, Milan, Turin, Piacenza. People who made the difference in these cities are still here, living through the words of the History Walkers, storytellers who will lead students and visitors back in time, on the footsteps of History. In English, French, Italian and Latin. It’s all about People. How the English Language Is Shakespeare's Language Almost all students of English, native and non-native speakers alike, have to study the works of William Shakespeare. Most do so begrudgingly. Part of this reaction is because, despite reassurances from teachers that Shakespeare was one of the most influential writers in the English language (and in the world), many students don’t understand exactly how profound Shakespeare’s influence was on the development of the English language. Here’s some food for thought: Before Shakespeare’s time, written English was, on the whole, not standardized.

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? Romeo and Juliet Want more deets? We've also got a complete Online Course about Romeo and Juliet, with three weeks worth of readings and activities to make sure you know your stuff. Before young William Shakespeare wrote his play about two poetry speaking, hormone-driven teenagers who defy their families' long-standing feud and risk everything to be together, love wasn't even considered a suitable subject for a "tragedy." Not anymore. Written at the beginning of Shakespeare's career as a playwright, The Tragedy of Romeo and Juliet (c. 1595) is now considered to be the greatest love story of all time. It wasn't a sleeper hit, either: the play was so popular in its own time that it was published twice during Shakespeare's life (1597 and 1599).

A Midsummer Night's Dream Introduction This study guide is intended for GCE Advanced level students in the UK, but is suitable for university students and the general reader who is interested in Shakespeare's plays. Please use the hyperlinks in the table above to navigate this page.

Macbeth Unit: Macbeth Ivy Weiskopf Impact Academy of Arts & Technology Hayward, CA 2808 Views 42 Favorites Unit Description Romeo and Juliet by William Shakespeare te hell, all Montagues, and thee: Have at thee, coward! [They fight.] [Enter several of both Houses, who join the fray; then enter Citizens with clubs.] 1 Citizen. Clubs, bills, and partisans!

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