Reinforce your William Shakespeare unit with an eye-catching display of key terms about the Bard's works and the Elizabethan world he lived in. These posters are also a perfect bulletin board idea for The Shakespeare Stealer
or any historical fiction set in London during Shakespeare's time.
After you introduce a term in class, your students will refer to the word wall as a visual cue when using the words in class discussion of Shakespeare or in written analysis of his poetry and plays. I have noticed that even when I cover my word wall for standardized testing, students glance to that spot in the room to recall the words they want to use.
Included in this set:
★ 32 full-page posters with terms, definitions, and example sentences relating to Shakespeare's poetry and plays, the Globe Theater, and the Elizabethan period
★ word cards formatted for double-sided printing with definitions and example sentences on the back
★ foldable word list to place in your students’ interactive notebooks
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