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Reading Comprehension Strategies Bunting and Activtities
Cute and colourful, with British and American spelling, this printable set of reading comprehension strategies posters can be displayed as fun bunting in your reading areas. Designed for 3rd-5th grade, it covers all of the CCSS ELA standards and more, to accommodate British and IB PYP strands and ph
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A Complete IB PYP Bulletin Board Kit
These cute and colourful signs for the IB PYP bulletin board are great to use as a way to introduce the brand new unit of inquiry or to use as labels for displaying the children’s work on the walls. It offers collaborative learning and hands on inquiry requiring the children to think critically and
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Shakespeare - Sonnet 14
Not from the stars do I my judgement pluck; The poet predicts the future but not as one might imagine. There is no astronomy or alchemy or natural portents. It is by looking into the subject’s eyes which gives the poet insight. The workbook with both individual and group activities helps students ex
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Shakespeare - Sonnet 15
When I consider every thing that grows Again, the poet ‘considers’ – an approach previously taken and weights his own thoughts about the subject with greater philosophical concerns. We also have the poet emerging as one aware of his power with words and how enduring (and beautiful) they are. Explore
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Shakespeare - Sonnet 18
Shall I compare thee to a summer's day? Probably one of the best known sonnets but not necessarily the best understood. The poet sets up a question more to prove his own ability than to praise the subject. By utilizing the activities in the workbook and listening to the reading, students can try and
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Shakespeare - Sonnet 19
Devouring Time, blunt thou the lion's paws, The poet takes on Time itself and addresses it by making demands. Despite the ravages of nature, the poet’s lines will endure which will prove the truth and longevity of his love. Students can explore this concept and the other themes running through the s
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Shakespeare - Sonnet 20
A woman's face with nature's own hand painted, A controversial sonnet, the poet plays with gender and raises questions, again, about the nature of love. The PowerPoint reading and the workbook activities are designed to help students explore this notions along with the other themes and ideas raised
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Shakespeare - sonnets 11 to 20
Seen collectively as a set, the poet emerges as one aware of his own prowess with words. This skill he matches with the subject’s beauty. We had exclamations and admissions in this set of ten poems and the emergence of a relationship between poet and subject rather than simple praise. Students can e
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Shakespeare - Sonnets 21 - 30
It is intriguing to see how Shakespeare juxtaposes images to explore the emotional depths of a relationship. He seems to delight in looking at opposite extremes advocating humility while simultaneously delighting in the pride of his craft. This collection of ten sonnets continues the examination of
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Shakespeare - Sonnet 23
Frozen like an actor on stage who cannot remember his lines, the poet in sonnet 23 also challenges the subject to be able to appreciate what his intentions are without them being actually spoken. The workbook and PowerPoint challenge the student to delve into the poem further and look at poetic tech
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Shakespeare - Sonnet 25
Social standing and rank are impermanent but love endures. The reading, PowerPoint and the practical activities in the workbook allow students to delve further into the poetic techniques and conceits used by Shakespeare.This furthers and complements what the teacher is already providing in class.
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Shakespeare - Sonnet 28
The poet bargains with both Day and Night hoping to assuage the restlessness he’s feeling because he is not with his love. The workbook, reading and PowerPoint encourage students to delve further into the structure, form and imagery of this sonnet.
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Shakespeare - Sonnet 29
One may despair when fate and chance make life difficult and keep success at arm’s length. The despondency felt, however, came be overcome when the poet thinks about his love. The reading, PowerPoint and workbook encourage practical approaches to the study of the sonnets and provide opportunities fo
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Shakespeare - Sonnet 30
This sonnet is one of reflection where the poet casts his mind back to the failures and loss of his past. The practical approaches advocated in the workbook, the reading and the PowerPoint all combine to encourage students to delve into the poetic devices, structure and form of sonnet 30.
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Shakespeare - Sonnet 35
No more be grieved at that which thou hast done The poet seems to be expressing his forgiveness for the injustice he has experienced acknowledging all people have faults. The irony is that even the sonnet and his willingness to forgive is a fault that compromises him. Furthering a student’s apprecia
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Shakespeare - Sonnet 36
Let me confess that we two must be twain Separation becomes a central theme and it speaks to a class divide between the subject and the poet which prevents them from acknowledging each other. Added dimension of Shakespeare’s craft and use of poetic sensibilities is explored through a workbook of pra
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Shakespeare - Sonnet 37
As a decrepit father takes delight The difference in ages provides a point of difference which can separate but also invigorate as the poet takes delight in the subject’s youthfulness. The investigation of this sonnet is further enhanced by the practical workbook activities and the reading provided
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Shakespeare - Sonnet 38
How can my muse want subject to invent The subject’s beauty is all the muse the poet needs and the poet ascribes any praise of his words to the source of inspiration – namely, the subject. Shakespeare’s craft is explored through the practical activities within the workbook and through the reading pr
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Shakespeare - Sonnet 39
O! how thy worth with manners may I sing Even though the subject and poet are separated, it is an opportunity to think of the relationship which inspires even better verse from the poet. Furthering a student’s appreciation of Shakespeare and his craft is made a little easier through the practical ac
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Shakespeare - Sonnet 40
Take all my loves, my love, yea take them all Both blame and praise sit side by side as the poet’s love is stolen by the subject but, at the same time, that love is freely given. Furthering a student’s appreciation of Shakespeare and his craft is made a little easier through the practical activities
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Shakespeare - sonnets 31 to 40
Shakespeare's craftsmanship with words and the sonnet form is matched with his exploration of love and emotion which includes jealousy, delight, frustration and joy. It is in breaking with convention, addressing the majority of his sonnets to a young man and in his juxtaposition of opposites that Sh
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Shakespeare - Sonnets 41 - 50
Jealousy, guilt and forgiveness are all apparent in this collection of ten sonnets. There is a separation that occurs which leads Shakespeare to transcend the physical constraints of distance by relying on his thoughts and reflections of the subject with whom he longs to be. The readings on the Powe
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Shakespeare - Sonnet 42
That thou hast her it is not all my grief Again, the poet, even though hurt by the subject’s behavior finds a form of explanation that justifies what the subject has done. Given their hearts are entwined, whoever loves the subject loves the poet. The practical activities in the workbook encourage fu
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Shakespeare - Sonnet 44
If the dull substance of my flesh were thought The poet’s thinking becomes almost metaphysical where earthly restraints cannot keep him from the subject. The power of thought alone is the means by which this is achieved. In this examination of sonnet 44, students are encouraged to practically addres
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