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Silly Songs with Shakespeare: A Game
In this one time course, students will participate in an interactive game to gain an understanding and introduction to Shakespearean Language.
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What would happen if Shakespeare collaborated with Post Malone? What if he had a chance to help Panic! At the Disco write a song? Cardi B? Even Billy Ray Cyrus? In this one time class, students will play a fun and interactive game that will serve as an introduction to Shakespearean language. Students will have an opportunity to collaborate with their peers to decipher tweets by The Bard himself! We will take a dive into Shakespeare’s “Twitter” feed and figure out what modern day songs he is...
Students will learn how to understand the basics of Shakespearean language while participating in a fun and interactive game.
As a teacher for seven years, I always get excited when it’s time to teach Shakespeare. As timeless as his works are, it can be tiresome to get kids excited! Shakespeare can be overwhelming- but it doesn’t have to be! I take a unique and fun approach to get kids excited to read and appreciate Shakespeare! When a kid has confidence, they can do anything!
55 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Passionate and Energetic English Language Arts Educator
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
179 total reviews
195 completed classes
I teach a variety of English Language Arts classes ranging from reading comprehension to writing! I have been an educator for ten years at the secondary level. I have taught a wide variety of classes ranging from remedial reading to...