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I have long found CCSS. 9-10.7/11-12.7, which deal with analyzing multiple versions of a work, to be extremely challenging. The standard grows more complicated when teachers consider the 9-10 standard specifically indicates that students should consider two different mediums, and the 11-12 standard identifies Shakespeare by name.
Because I find these standards particularly difficult, I developed a visualization lesson for each of the plays I teach:
- Visualizing Taming of the Shrew (12 images, 26 slides!)
- Visualizing Romeo and Juliet (10 images, 21 slides!)
- Visualizing Julius Caesar (4 images, 12 slides)
- Visualizing Macbeth (23 images, 43 slides!)
- Visualizing Hamlet (28 images, 46 slides!)
You can purchase each of these lessons individually, but now they are collected in one place. This one bundle will allow you to teach 9-10.7/11-12.7 to grades 9-12! One bundle, one price, and you have four grade levels covered! Each play comes with its own Google Slides and .pdf! Each image or pair of images in each resource also comes with its own Google Form with potential answer feedback already includes!
All together, that's 75+ images, paired side-by-side for comparison and discussion, and paired with more than 380 questions. Get more than 145 slides for $20. To purchase all these lessons individually would be $30, so buying the bundle means you're getting two lessons for FREE and saves you $10!
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