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Shakespeare in Numbers//This would be fun to show my students when we read Hamlet later in the semester

The Bard by the Numbers

Shakespeare's Macbeth is loaded with imagery. So why not use a great learning strategy for visual learning? This Macbeth teaching resource for themes, symbols, and apparitions is creative and filled with opportunities for differentiation. Your students will use the graphic note organizers to find quotes for textual evidence and discover a deeper meaning of Shakespeare's tragedy. The teacher notes give a great Macbeth summary and are useful during guided instruction. ($)

Macbeth themes, symbols, apparitions, sketch notes, guided notes, and background

Shakespeare's Macbeth is loaded with imagery. So why not use a great learning strategy for visual learning? This Macbeth teaching resource for themes, symbols, and apparitions is creative and filled with opportunities for differentiation. Your students wi

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April is also UN English Language Day. It was chosen because it is Shakespeare's birthday. The impact that Shakespeare had on the English language.

This @CourseHero infographic on The Once and Future King is both visually stunning and informative!

This @CourseHero infographic on The Once and Future King is both visually stunning and informative!

Begin each day of your Shakespeare unit with a Shakespeare Bell Ringer. Each bell ringer includes a thought provoking quote and a writing prompt that asks students to write a narrative, argument, or explanatory response. These bell ringers are ideal for high school students reading Shakespeare, Romeo and Juliet, Hamlet, Macbeth, and more

Shakespeare Bell Ringers to Inspire Discussion

Begin each day of your Shakespeare unit with a Shakespeare Bell Ringer. Each bell ringer includes a thought provoking quote and a writing prompt that asks students to write a narrative, argument, or explanatory response. These bell ringers are ideal for h

As Shakespeare's work grew in popularity, it began to spread outside of England and eventually extended far beyond the Anglophone world. As it was introduced to Africa, Asia, Central and South America, his plays were translated and performed in new and unique ways that reflected the surrounding culture.

Shakespeare around the world [infographic

As Shakespeare's work grew in popularity, it began to spread outside of England and eventually extended far beyond the Anglophone world. As it was introduced to Africa, Asia, Central and South America, his plays were translated and performed in new and un

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