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Livewire Shakespeare Romeo and Juliet Teacher"s Resource Book Teacher"s Resource Book (Livewires)

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Drama, theatre, acting, Education / Teaching Methods & Materials / Arts & Humanities, Teaching Methods & Materials - Arts & Humanities, Education, Education / Tea
ContributionsPhil Page (Editor), Marilyn Pettit (Editor)
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FormatLoose leaf
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Open LibraryOL10629664M
ISBN 10034074300X
ISBN 139780340743003

Each Livewire Shakespeare book contains just the play so that students are able to get a feel for the text as a whole and teachers are able to use the books as they wish without being limited by prescribed activities.

The accompanying photocopiable teacher's resource books are available for each student book.5/5(1). Each Livewire Shakespeare book contains just the play so that students are able to get a feel for the text as a whole and teachers are able to use the books as they wish without being limited by prescribed activities.

The accompanying photocopiable teacher's resource books are available for each student Range: $ - $ Each Livewire Shakespeare book contains just the play so that students are able to get a feel for the text as a whole and teachers are able to use the books as they wish without being limited by prescribed activities.

The accompanying photocopiable teacher's resource books are available for each student book.5/5(1). Includes PRINTABLE, INTERACTIVE PDF, and GOOGLE CLASSROOM VERSIONS. Complete BUNDLE OF RESOURCES for teaching Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet.

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Everything you need to teach an entire unit - freshly updated and Google Classroom friendly. SAVE 30% by purchasing the ENTIRE BUNDLE. *UPDATED and made DIGIT. As a refresher (or an Livewire Shakespeare Romeo and Juliet Teachers Resource Book Teachers Resource Book book, Chapter 1 of Teaching Romeo and Juliet: A Differentiated Approach provides a brief overview of differentiated instruction.

In Chapter 2, we offer an in-depth exploration of act 1 of Romeo and Juliet. The lessons, beginning with the Prologue, enable all students to grasp the language, the plot, and the themes.

Romeo and Juliet in a two A3 page knowledge organiser that include an incredible amount of detail including: character analysis, plot summaries, historical and social information.

A brilliant William Shakespeare revision tool for teachers, students and parents. Includes both an editable PowerPoint a. A complete set of printable worksheets and resources for studying the play, ending in an essay on Act 3 scenes 1 and 5.

This resource is designed for more able pupils but can be differentiated and adapted for your classes. Synopsis Each "Livewire Shakespeare: Student's book" contains just the play so that students are able to get a feel for the text as a whole and teachers are able to use the books as they wish without being limited by prescribed activities.

About the Author Marilyn is the Senior English Reviews: 2. Free Teacher Packs, videos, image galleries and interactive whiteboard resources to bring Shakespeare to life in the classroom Unfortunately we cannot guarantee support for browsers with Javascript disabled, you may experience some difficulties using this website.

"Romeo, Romeo, Wherefore art thou Romeo!" (Act 2 scene 2) love the book so so much. This edition of William Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet” is the perfect companion to teachers. In this annotated teachers edition, the unabridged version of the book is included along with five days worth of lesson plans, a study guide, and a biography about the life and times of s: K.

Romeo and Juliet: ACT I 6 Volume III Book IX SAMPSON Me they shall feel while I am able to stand: and’tis known I am a pretty piece of flesh. GREGORY ’Tis well thou art not fish; if thou hadst, thou hadst been poor John. Draw thy tool. here comes two of the house of the Montagues.

30 Total Resources View Text Complexity Discover Like Books Audio Excerpt from Romeo and Juliet (Shakespeare's Greatest Hits I) Video Book Trailer for Romeo and Juliet, book.

Romeo and Juliet is the tragic story of two young people who come from two different households, who fall in e the fighting between their families the two central characters do everything they can to remain together.

For young people of all ages, this play is a fantastic way to explore the concepts of family and loyalty as well as looking at a range of themes including.

Romeo And juliet teAcheRs’ PAck Shakespeare Unlocked brings Shakespeare’s most popular plays to life for young people by showing how actors and directors work to interpret and take ownership of Shakespeare’s text. There are 12 short films for each play: 3 scenes filmed in colour, in the theatre and 8.

The live performance of Romeo and Juliet, which we watched as a class at The Globe this year, helped bring home the excitement and the involvement students can have as part of an engaged audience. In my opinion, Shakespeare didn’t write his plays to be read; he wrote them to be watched and enjoyed as live and immersive theatre productions.

There are a bunch of good Romeo and Juliet resources atbut this one is particularly interesting. It looks at how Juliet is introduced to the audience, with a series of questions, prompts and activities for closely analysing the text to see what Shakespeare was intending.

A Teacher’s Guide to the Signet Classics Edition of Romeo & Juliet by William Shakespeare 3 INTRODUCTION Romeo and Juliet is an ideal play to introduce high school students to Shakespeare’s many current films that students queue up to see.

A student resource packet for William Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet (10 pages total). This is an excellent handout to give students upon introducing the play and contains the following: 1. Historical information about the text 2.

A brief prologue in the form of a sonnet tells us that we’re about to spend two hours watching a “star-crossed” love story that ends in death, but also reconciliation between the two conflicting houses to which the lovers belonged. A TEACHER’S GUIDE TO THE SIGNET CLASSIC EDITION OF WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE’S ROMEO AND JULIET By ARTHEA J.S.

REED, PH.D. INTRODUCTION William Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet is an excellent introduction to Shakespearean drama; teenagers can relate to its plot, characters, and themes.

The play’s action is easily understood, the character’s. Here are the books that help teach Shakespeare plays without the teacher constantly needing to explain and define Elizabethan terms, slang, and other ways of expression that are different from our own.

Each play is presented with Shakespeare's original lines on each left-hand page, and a modern, easy-to-understand "translation" on the facing right-hand page.4/5(33). Every student deserves—and is able—to grapple with Shakespeare’s language and a wide range of complex texts.

At the Folger Shakespeare Library, we’re proud to work alongside teachers from across the country to unleash every reader’s potential to understand rich language, ask big questions, make exciting discoveries, and contribute in a real way to the ongoing human conversation.

In these lessons, students will engage with the themes and ideas at the heart of the text, including fate, love and violence. Tasks include: a close reading of Romeo and Juliet's sonnet in Act 1 Scene 5; exploring the idea of words as weapons and how characters like Tybalt wield them; and a card game which will help connect themes to characters and the text.

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Welcome to Teach Shakespeare, a brand new website from Globe Education: made with teachers, for five years, Globe Education has been working with teachers from across the world to develop Teach Shakespeare.

Your thoughts have fed directly into this exciting, new site. This is packed with the resources which we know you need. Below you'll find guides on how to use. Romeo and Juliet. By William Shakespeare. Grades. Genre. Fiction Presents the original text of Shakespeare's play side by side with a modern version, discusses the author and the theater of his time, and provides quizzes and other study peare Made Easy.

Other Books You Might Like. 'Romeo and Juliet,' William Shakespeare’s 16th-century play about the tragic story of two star-crossed lovers, continues to intrigue readers today. A fact sheet about Romeo And Juliet to use in the classroom when learning about William Shakespeare and his plays.

This teaching resource includes a choice of 2 fonts for printing the fact sheet about the play Romeo And Juliet. Romeo and Juliet book.

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This entire series is a wonderful resource. The clever way in which the meaningful themes and quotes are distilled allows my younger students to explore the themes and provocative use of language and vocabulary.

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Romeo and Juliet = The Tragedy of Romeo and Juliet, William Shakespeare Romeo and Juliet is a tragedy, written by William Shakespeare early in his career, about two young star-crossed lovers, whose deaths ultimately reconcile their feuding families. Romeo and Juliet belongs to a tradition of tragic romances stretching back to antiquity.Whether you are a teacher tackling William Shakespeare's play Romeo and Juliet for the first time or you are a veteran looking to change how you’ve taught it in the past, it is always helpful to find out how another teacher plans it all out.

Read on to find out what scenes I focus on in Act I and why, how my students read and act out those scenes, and what activities I use to extend learning. • Forbidden Love and Family Loyalty Romeo and Juliet is a a tragedy many of the main characters die.

3. “Romeo & Juliet”IntroductionWritten in ,Romeo and Juliet is a tragedywritten early in the career ofWilliam Shakespeare about twoyoung lovers whose deaths Shakespearultimately unite their feudingfamilies.