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English

Decoding Shakespeare: All the World's a Stage! (Ages 15-18)

In this exploratory class learners will annotate and decode a Shakespearean monologue, read it dramatically and create illustrations to depict its meaning. Learners will be able to apply skills from this class to other Shakespearean texts!
Lisa D. Jones, MA, Edu.
15 total reviews for this teacher
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55 minutes
per class
Meets once
15-18
year olds
1-6
learners per class
per learner

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Learners will be able to:
- break text into smaller, manageable chunks and decode them
- build self-esteem by reading aloud and interpreting challenging text
- appreciate how literature and theatre connect us to our world and each other
- sketch a drawing interpretation of each chunk of text
- demonstrate use of prior knowledge about English literary elements and human nature
- continue their learning after class by reciting the monologue and describing its significance
- find and utilize a variety of literary elements (including parts of speech and syntax)
- further discover and trust their own learning process
- (best of all) apply knowledge and skills from this class to other Shakespearean texts they encounter
Lisa holds a Masters of Education Degree from Villanova University, is a certified teacher in the state of Pennsylvania and holds certifications in English / Theatre / Communications. She has been teaching English, theater, ESL and art since 2006 to students aged 3-18 in both the brick and mortar and online classroom settings. Lisa is a local actress and her favorite role thus far is of Ariel in Shakespeare's "The Tempest."
While there is no official homework due, learners are encouraged to demonstrate their new Shakespearean knowledge to their family by dramatically reciting the monologue and teaching their family about its significance.
 2 files available upon enrollment
Materials : - printed PDF of monologue provided by Lisa upon signup - printed PDF of worksheet by Lisa upon signup - a pen or pencil - a highlighter -a dictionary or dictionary app - colored pencils
While this is a participation-based class, (teacher) understands that some students may not take as much of an active role in class discussion. (He/She) also understands that this does not mean they aren't actively engaged. There is no formal assessment, but students will be encouraged to take part in the discussion as much as they are willing and or facilitate additional discussion within their family after the class.
55 minutes per week in class, and no time outside of class.
None.
Please bring to class a printed copy of each of the two PDF documents Lisa has created for this lesson.

Teacher

Lisa D. Jones, MA, Edu.
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Lives in the United States
Learning Together and Building Community
15 total reviews
32 completed classes

About Me

Hello, my name is Lisa and I have been teaching English, ESL, theater and art since 2006 when I graduated with my Masters of Education from Villanova University.  After teaching in the traditional brick and mortar classroom (both public and... 
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