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Key Stage 4 Plays resources

Whether you're looking for a way in to a play or focusing on character analysis there are literally hundreds of brilliant resources for you to choose from in our libraries. And when it comes to Shakespeare you'll be hard pushed to find a more comprehensive range of activities! 

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Drama library

If you're looking for warm-up games and ways to create an active learning environment, then this library is the place to go. Handy starters, freeze frames, improvisation and role play activities will surely get students going!

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I like to give Act 1 Scene 5 to students before we read the scene in Macbeth. We read the first part aloud together and then in pairs students find quotations. This helps them to decipher the language while still being supported by others.  

Karin Barratt, Teacher 

   

 


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