Introduction to Shakespeare: the plays
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Match the famous lines
Penned for our 'Teaching Shakespeare' series of emails, Francis Gilbert created this quiz of famous lines to get students to appreciate how much Shakespeare they know (without knowing it!) and start to see how and why Shakespeare forms part of their 'cultural capital'. A Whizzy matching version is attached.
KS3 KS4 | Plays | From the resource collection(s): Introduction to Shakespeare: the plays
Rank these elements of Shakespearean tragedy against the plays you are studying. Available also in an interactive sequencing activity.
KS4 | Plays | From the resource collection(s): Introduction to Shakespeare: the plays
Romeo and Juliet - the balcony scene. An interactive sequencing exercise.
Romeo, Romeo, wherefore art thou Romeo? Sort Juliet's speech into the correct order.
KS3 | Plays | From the resource collection(s): Introduction to Shakespeare: the plays
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