I have created 20 QR codes that each contain a fact about Shakespeare's life. You can use these for a variety of purposes: engaging interest on assignments, clues for a campus wide scavenger hunt, gallery walk around the classroom, updated pin board or word wall, etc. Print these out and pin them up, copy and paste them onto other documents, or email them to your students. Have fun with this engaging combination of technology and Shakespeare.
Romeo and Juliet Dual Column Notes
7 ages of man constructed responses
Bundle of 5 learning Stations
Shakespeare Learning Stations
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