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Shakespeare's Sonnets Group Translation Activity
Are you looking for a way to get EVERY student in the class involved? Or to IMPRESS an administrator during a long observation? This activity covers both! Students will work in groups ranging from small to whole class in order to translate and sequence lines from the sonnets. Two sonnets are include
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Shakespearean Insults Task Cards: Fun Translation Activity, Bell-Ringers
Bring some excitement to your Shakespeare unit with these insult task cards. With 32 task cares featuring different insults from Shakespeare's plays, these cards can be used in a variety of ways. Put students in group, giving them a bunch of cards with instructions to translate as many insults as p
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Hamlet Translations Activity
A fun activity to help students become better familiar with the language of Shakespeare. This two-page handout gives students lines from the play that they are asked to translate. Breaking down the language into small chunks like this helps students to realize that Shakespeare really isn't so foreig
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Shakespeare Idioms Activity
I used this with a seventh grade unit reading The Taming of the Shrew (Sparknotes No Fear Shakespeare translation) as a fun extension, on a day where we had shortened periods. My students enjoyed arguing over where some of these expressions came from, and looking them up on their iPads to find out.
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Shakespeare Sonnet Translation Activity
Included are 5 sonnets written by William Shakespeare. The activity is focused on helping students interpret the language, as well as the meaning behind each sonnet. The worksheets have space to translate the sonnets into a modern day translation and room at the bottom to discuss theme.
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Neither a Borrower Nor a Lender Be by Shakespeare Analysis & Activities
This lesson is about the Neither a Borrower Nor a Lender Be speech by Polonius (Hamlet Scene III) by William Shakespeare. The file includes the following: * a worksheet for students to define common words used in Shakespeare's time * a mini-lesson about William Shakespeare * a worksheet for students
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Macbeth 3.1 Translating Activity- Matching
Translate Shakespeare's language by matching his original words with a modern translation. I turn this activity into a race in the classroom and my students love the challenge! This activity uses Banquo's speech in Act 3, Scene 1.
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Shakespeare's Sonnet 18 Translation Activity (Free!)
If your students are struggling to understand William Shakespeare's language, try this translation activity. This is a great lesson to teach before jumping into one of The Bard's plays to help familiarize students with the foreign, circa 1600's English. This handout asks students to look closely at
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A Midsummer Night's Dream: Shakespearean English "Translation" Activity
In this activity, students work to "translate" Helena's monologue from Act I sc. i of William Shakespeare's "A Midsummer Night's Dream" into modern English. This activity can be used as students begin the play so that they can become more accustomed to the language. A key is included, as well as hel
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*NEW* Romeo & Juliet Balcony Scene 2.0: Modern Social Media Translation Activity
Students always have a blast converting the famous balcony scene into a conversation between teens in today's modern tech era. Not only do students have to read, understand, and make the translation into modern English on their own, but they then have to actually create the conversation via social
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Introduction to Shakespeare’s Language VALUE BUNDLE: Fun Activities & PowerPoint
Perhaps the greatest obstacle between Shakespeare’s plays and student audiences is the unfamiliar language. Now you can minimize the challenge by introducing your students to the language of Shakespeare in a way that is fun, meaningful and memorable. This comprehensive bundle—including a 28-slide P
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Adventures of Huckleberry Finn "Huck Finn" Lessons, Activities, and Assessments
The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn 308-page Common Core Aligned Lessons, Activities, and Assessments Unit for Mark Twain's classic novel. Written to focus on time-tested best practices for teaching, and aligned to the Common Core State Standards, the NCTE/IRA English Language Arts Standards, and the

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SHAKESPEARE LANGUAGE AND VOCABULARY
Shakespeare Language: Understanding Shakespeare's language is always a challenge for middle and high school students. Before you begin reading any Shakespearean play, use this resource to prepare your students for the terminology they may encounter. ================================================

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JULIUS CAESAR Unit Plan - Play Study Bundle (Shakespeare) - Literature Guide
Your learners will enjoy the rigor and creativity of our engaging activities built from best teaching practices. We want to make your lesson planning journey easy, so you can focus on your expertise. This novel study includes a curriculum map pacing guide that offers our day-by-day suggestion for ho
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Grammar Games Bundle for Practice and Review Activities Grades 7 - 12
Looking for a way to assess students' knowledge in an engaging, student-centered format? This bundle contains four entertaining grammar games to practice or review the basic building blocks of any grammar instruction. It's an awesome activity for test prep, final exam review, differentiation, and mo
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Hamlet Teaching Guide, Unit of Study with Lessons, Activities, Tests and More
This 138-page Hamlet Literature Guide includes everything you need to teach Shakespeare's Hamlet with ease. Ready-to-use, standards-aligned activities, lesson plans, quizzes, test, essay prompts, project ideas, and more.This Hamlet unit has been written to focus on time-tested best practices for tea

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HMH Collections Grade 10: 250+ Page GROWING Bundle of Activities & Printables
Looking for engaging activities and no-prep printables to help teach content from HMH Collections' 10th Grade ELA textbook? Or simply looking to expand your library of excellent reading choices and rigorous activities for your high school students?This extensive 250+ page GROWING bundle includes TO
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Introduction to Shakespeare's Language Webquest for Interactive Notebooks
This webquest and presentation for interactive notebooks are a great way to start any unit on William Shakespeare's plays or poetry. Students will complete various activities and exercises to understand Shakespeare's contributions to English, his vocabulary, the rhythm of iambic pentameter, and key

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Shakespeare's The Tempest: 4-Week Unit w/ Final Exam
This four-week unit dives into the themes and characterizations of Shakespeare's The Tempest. Students analyze gender, race, and literacy as power as they read through the play in partners, small groups, and as a whole class. They also learn how to close-read particular passages using a Postcolonial
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Introduction to William Shakespeare Mini Flip Reference Book
Introduce William Shakespeare to your students with this fun, informative, and interactive mini flip book. This mini flip book includes seven different tabs to help your students get to know the life, times, and works of the Bard: Biography, Timeline (interactive), The Globe, Language, Quotes (inter

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Shakespeare Reading Chart-Define and Critically Analyze Language & Vocabulary
Shakespeare Translation Chart -This is a three column chart that I use to help students pay close attention to Shakespearean language (it can be used with any of his plays). ♛ As they read, students record puzzling words or phrases from the text in the left-hand column. Then, when technology is a
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Introduction to the Language of Shakespeare PowerPoint: Building Comprehension
Get your students to not only understand Shakespeare, but appreciate and—even enjoy—his work! This PowerPoint lays the groundwork necessary for them to understand the unfamiliar language and overcome their fear of reading The Bard. It also provides plenty of practice and assessment opportunities as

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Halloween Macbeth - The Three Witches - worksheets and activities
This is an excellent unit consisting of 14 pages for students to complete at any time of the year but especially, Halloween. I found that if the content was of interest to boys, than you had a better chance of success. The girls have more eclectic interests and will enjoy the activities.I have taken
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Introduction to Shakespeare’s Language:  Fun Activities to Help w/ Comprehension
Do your students hate Shakespeare? Is that a stupid question? Perhaps the greatest obstacle between Shakespeare’s plays and student audiences is the unfamiliar language. Quite different from the language we use today, the Elizabethan English found in Shakespeare’s works presents a challenge to eve

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