This close reading scene from The Tempest is part of my Shakespeare in 30 collection. Students read the opening scene of the play and make connections between the literature and the action onstage. Includes Answer Key.
Each play in this series has been adapted for teens to tackle in a half an hour. You can use these scripts for Reader's Theatre (1-2 class periods), Staged Readings (one week), or full productions (3-4 weeks+). These resources have been tested with students in grades 6-12.
1. A full Teacher's Guide:
--Teaching Drama in ELA & Questions to Consider
--Guide to a Staged Reading (Making the Most of One Week)
--Tips for Teaching Shakespeare
--Director's Notes (and blank version)
2. An editable script
3. Shakespeare's Language Worksheets:
--Thou vs. You
4. Editable Extension Activities:
--Character Analysis + Rubric
--Performance Review + Rubric
--Soft Skills Rubric
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