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Shake It up Shakespeare!
A Midsummer Night's Dream - Approachable Shakespeare for Teens!
In this 8-week online course, students will have the opportunity to read one of the most iconic and influential playwrights and poets to have ever existed, Shakespeare!
Mark Snyder Jr MEd, EdS
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Completed by 26 learners
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$20 per class
Meets 1x per week
Over 8 weeks
60 minutes per class
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Get $20 off my class with coupon code SNYDERSUMMER20 until Jul 31, 2023. In a close reading of Midsummer Night's Dream, by William Shakespeare, students will have the opportunity to be exposed to the brilliance of Shakespeare without feeling intimidated or nervous about the language and the content. This play is often used as a gateway to Shakespeare, and to several other genres of literature, to give students the exposure without some of the "heavier" plot lines and more tragic themes and...
Students will learn the importance of Shakespeare's writings in our modern-day society. They will see that the messages and the characters that he created hundreds and hundreds of years ago, is still part of popular literature, television and theatre. Students will also learn how to read Shakespeare, look at the discourse with a critical eye, as well as how to understand plot, themes, conflict, genre and character's place in the play.
Students will complete readings from the play each week.
A writing instrument as well as paper for notes.
There will be no formal assessment, but students will display their understanding and their questions in class. Also, students will create a plot line to present during our last session together.
1 hour per week in class, and an estimated 1 - 2 hours per week outside of class.
You can find the entire play here (no purchase needed): https://www.opensourceshakespeare.org/views/plays/playmenu.php?WorkID=midsummer
Mark Snyder Jr MEd, EdS
English Composition, Creative Writing and Literature Teacher
🇨🇦Lives in Canada
82 total reviews
115 completed classes
Hello Everyone! I have been teaching Reading, Writing and Literature courses since 2006 to all levels of students. I have a passion for teaching the foundations of academic writing, creative writing, literature discussion, as well as making...