Category: shakespeare


Shakespeare Cocktail Napkins for the Literary Set

I can’t say that I’ve ever been invited to a cocktail party. I don’t think it’s because I’m not popular (although that could indeed be the case.) I don’t think that it’s because I’m an English teacher and people don’t want to watch the way they talk after a few

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Shakespeare Comics: Sonnet 18

Just listed at Teachers Pay Teachers: Shakespeare Comics: Sonnet 18. Here’s a preview: The packet contains a cartoon that explains the poem as well as comprehension activities and lessons on the sonnet form. Check it out at my store. Look for more Shakespeare Comics coming soon.

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Romeo and Juliet – Fun with the Balcony Scene

Is there anything more fun than teaching the balcony scene? We get to expose students to some of the best writing that’s ever been produced in the English language as well as an easily accessible scene with understandable conflict and a little romance. In fact, I find the balcony scene

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