Despite being dead for nearly 400 years, Shakespeare's plays and plots are very much alive in the modern curriculum. For many of those required to study him, however, their enthusiasm is dead and buried. Aimed at those teaching Shakespeare to students aged from 11-16, Fred Sedgwick provides tried-and-tested lessons accompanied by photocopiable and downloadable resources to enable teachers to develop their practice and inspire their students. This fantastic resource provides lessons to engage and enlighten students and features activities, teaching strategies and schemes informed by current ideas about teaching and learning and the curriculum. It's user-friendly layout is designed to assist busy teachers, and the photocopiable material accompanying each activity is also available for download from the companion website.Act 1 Scene 7, lines 54a59 and Act 5 Scene 1, lines 27a44: available online and at the end of this book. Introduction The relationship at the centre of this play is an intimate one: critics have suggested that the Macbeths are the ... Individually, write down all possible answers to the question a#39;What happened to their child?
|Title||:||Resources for Teaching Shakespeare: 11-16|
|Publisher||:||Bloomsbury Publishing - 2011-08-18|