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The amount of material available on Shakespeare is endless. These original and reviewed resources are an attempt to collect information on the works most commonly encountered in a K-12 curriculum using materials geared to high school and introductory college level students. In addition, we have included links to related sources dealing with the English monarchy and life and customs in Elizabethan England. Don't miss the TeachersFirst Exclusive Shakespeare lessons and activities included in this list.

 

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Fear and Loathing in Othello - Folger Library

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A lesson from the Folger Library collection. ...more
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Sparknotes - Much Ado About Nothing

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Literature summaries and resources created by enterprising Harvard alumni. ...more
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Hero vs. Claudio - Folger Library

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Much Ado... Full Text - Mass. Instit. Technol.

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from M.I.T.'s Shakespeare archive. ...more
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from M.I.T.'s Shakespeare archive.

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In a class where textbooks may be short this is an excellent site to insure everyone has access to "Much Ado About Nothing." This would also be useful for a class reading of the play. Open the site on the interactive whiteboard or projector, and click on the link that allows you to display the full play on one fluid page. From this point, assign students parts and let them read aloud. Just make sure to keep up with the scrolling as students read!

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Sparknotes - Midsummer Night's Dream

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A Guide to A Midsummer Night's Dream

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from Amy Ulen's Surfing with the Bard. Text, teaching ideas, and study materials. ...more
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from Amy Ulen's Surfing with the Bard. Text, teaching ideas, and study materials.

tag(s): midsummer nights dream (5), shakespeare (131), summer (12)

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A Midsummer Night's Dream - Mass. Instit. Technol.

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The complete text, from the archive at M.I.T.

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In a class where textbooks may be short this is an excellent site to insure everyone has access to "A Midsummer Nights Dream". This would also be useful for a class reading of the play. Open the site on the interactive whiteboard or projector, and click on the link that allows you to display the full play on one fluid page. From this point, assign students parts and let them read aloud. Just make sure to keep up with the scrolling as students read!

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Sparknotes - Merchant of Venice

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The Merchant of Venice: Shakespeare and Anti-Semitism

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Social Studies School Service (commercial site) - Grades 9-12 - (could fit with WWII and Holocaust, also) - Designed for students who have read the Merchant of Venice, this plan ...more
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Social Studies School Service (commercial site) - Grades 9-12 - (could fit with WWII and Holocaust, also) - Designed for students who have read the Merchant of Venice, this plan draws interdisciplinary connections with twentieth century social issues of prejudice and genocide. This lesson plan is a sample of those available from the book Teaching Social Studies with the Internet, available for sale from this web site. The lesson plan is fully useful on its own, no purchase required, and includes links to relevant Internet materials. Activities are designed for groups and utilize Internet research as an essential component for collecting information to be used in class discussions/presentations.

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Sparknotes - King Lear

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"The Worlds Asleep" - Folger Library

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King Lear - Study questions

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King Lear - Full text - Mass. Instit. Technol.

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Full text of King Lear, from the e-texts collection at MIT. ...more
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Full text of King Lear, from the e-texts collection at MIT.

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In a class where textbooks may be short this is an excellent site to insure everyone has access to King Lear. This would also be useful for a class reading of the play. Open the site on the interactive whiteboard or projector, and click on the link that allows you to display the full play on one fluid page. From this point, assign students parts and let them read aloud. Just make sure to keep up with the scrolling as students read!

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Julius Caesar - Sparknotes

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Julius Caesar - Study questions

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Julius Caesar - Full text - Mass. Instit. Technol.

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Full text - from M.I.T.'s Shakespeare archive. ...more
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Full text - from M.I.T.'s Shakespeare archive.

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In a class where textbooks may be short this is an excellent site to insure everyone has access to Julius Caesar. This would also be useful for a class reading of the play. Open the site on the interactive whiteboard or projector, and click on the link that allows you to display the full play on one fluid page. From this point, assign students parts and let them read aloud. Just make sure to keep up with the scrolling as students read!

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Sparknotes

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We Happy Few - Folger Library

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A lesson from the Folger Library examining the St. Crispin's Day speech as political rhetoric. ...more
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A lesson from the Folger Library examining the St. Crispin's Day speech as political rhetoric.

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Shakespeare Illustrated

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From Emory University comes this pairing of etchings and other illustrations - mostly nineteenth century vintage - with Shakespeare's works. Interesting for their differences in interpretation....more
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From Emory University comes this pairing of etchings and other illustrations - mostly nineteenth century vintage - with Shakespeare's works. Interesting for their differences in interpretation.

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Shakespeare - Mass. Instit. Technol.

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The complete works - from the e-text collection at M.I.T. ...more
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