Course SummaryThis course offers teachers a variety of lesson planning and instructional resources for Shakespeare plays. These lesson plan outlines, essay topics and topical lessons can be used by any teacher who needs to quickly plan a comprehensive and fun Shakespeare unit.
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About This Course
Access this course at any time to plan and supplement a literature curriculum on Shakespeare and his most famous plays. Inside, you'll find lesson plan outlines that cover Hamlet, Macbeth, Othello and more. The course also includes supplemental literature lessons and essay topics that you can use to enhance your instruction and engage your students.
How It Works
You can use any computer or mobile device to access the course, and its online format allows you to plan your Shakespeare curriculum any time that fits your schedule. The supplemental lessons come with short quizzes that you can use to test your students' understanding of the themes, characters and literary concepts you talk about in class.
The course includes:
- Lesson plan outlines to help you design engaging and informative Shakespeare lessons
- Topical Shakespeare lessons that you can easily share with your students
- Essay topics that are designed to help your students think critically about Shakespeare's plays
- A course dashboard that allows you to easily navigate to the Shakespeare plays you want to cover in class
How It Helps
- Convenient lesson planning: Offers easy-to-access lesson plan outlines that are designed to simplify the process of planning Shakespeare lessons.
- Additional resources: Provides supplemental teaching resources that you can easily integrate into your classroom instruction.
- Student assessment: Provides a variety of Shakespeare essay topics that you can assign to your students to evaluate their understanding of important Shakespeare plays.
In this course, you'll find lesson plans on:
- The life and work of Shakespeare
- Romeo and Juliet
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