This Notebook presentation introduces William Blake, the Romantic era, and his two bodies of poetry; The Songs of Innocence and The Songs of Experience.
The file contains:
- Blake's artwork from each body for comparison purposes.
- "The Chimney
This is a quiz on the first half of the novel. It is graded out of 100 points and can easily be adapted. There are questions about the events of the novel, character, quotes, and conflict. Great way to see if they are understanding the novel early
This game uses classic Taboo rules with a Shakespearean twist! All the words used are words that relate to the play Macbeth. This is a great game for reviewing concepts from the play while having some fun. The game was designed so that in a class of
This assignment provides students with the opportunity to compare the events of act one and two of Macbeth, to the lyrics of various Eminem rap songs. Three options of songs are provided along with themes that students will be able to correlate.
This assignment will provide students with statements from the text that they will either agree or disagree with. They will be asked to find textual support from the novel to defend their position. Great way to practice citing evidence!
This is a great assignment that can be used during a poetry unit or a thematic unit on "hope". The assignment asks students to analyze two poems, Dickenson's "Hope is a Thing with Feathers" and Shakespeare's "Sonnet 29" in order to decide whether or
Have you been searching for a fun, engaging, project to end your study of The Merchant of Venice? Look no further! This cross-curricular project applies knowledge gained during the play study to Alberta Education outcomes in Social Studies 10-1,