Introduce Shakespeare with these fun, collaborative, and engaging activities that teach the HOW TO and they WHY we read Shakespeare!
- Build background information in a fun, unique, collaborative activity in which students practice research and presentation skills.
- Unique Hashtag Summary activity to accompany the building background activity.
- Pair nonfiction to build interest and support students in understanding the ‘WHY’ we read Shakespeare.
- Teach students how to effectively annotate and summarize texts with provided mini-lesson.
- Present an engaging video on Shakespeare’s connection to RAP music, with guided discussion to follow- my students loved this!
- Teach your students HOW to read Shakespeare with explicit and gradually released practice with reading, annotating, and analyzing Shakespeare’s Sonnet 18.
- Complete literary analysis lesson, step by step guide, graphic organizer, and rubric!
- Mini-lesson on citing textual evidence!
- Full teacher guide and lesson plans included
- No prep plans
RL: 9-10.1, 9-10.2, 9-10.4, 9-10.9, 9.10.10, 11-12.1, 11-12.2, 11-12.4, 11-12.7, 11-12.10
RI: 9-10.1, 9-10.2, 11-12.1, 11-12.2
SL: 9-10.1, 9-10.4, 9-10.5, 11-12.1, 11-12.4, 11-12.5