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Introducing Elizabethan Language: Powerpoint, Etc.

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Last updated 12 October 2014, created 31 May 2011, viewed 4,943

Full lesson! Starter activity with Elizabethan pronouns, a worksheet with matching phrases to their modern meanings and a glossary of Elizabethan vocabulary. This builds towards an activity where students create their own brief drama script using Elizabethan language.

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  • Powerpoint documentLesson plan
    Yr_Intro Shakespeare_Lesson 2.ppt (253kb, Powerpoint document)
  • for pupils

  • Word documentWorksheet
    Tudor Talk Worksheet.doc (47kb, Word document)
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Great even if abit difficult for my middle school Italian Studrnts of English, but I will try it anyway. Thanks!!

from manuelaborsani, 12 October 2014
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Great activity sheet - thanks for this!!

from MissHvitr, 19 January 2012
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Fantastic! Thank you.

from shakespearessis, 12 January 2012
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An excellent resource which will be of great assistance to learners trying to get to grips with what is a real challenge. Though it is aimed at KS3, this resource would be of use to students of A level Language who are working on Language Change, and for anyone who is studying Shakespeare. Many thanks for sharing this terrific resource.

from ruthtammi, 18 December 2011. Member of the TES Panel.
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