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How to Teach Romeo and Juliet: For Teachers!

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Last updated 27 March 2014, created 27 January 2011, viewed 7,733

How to Teach Romeo and Juliet. Very detailed PowerPoint on how to approach the teaching of Romeo and Juliet in schools. Shakespeare lesson plans and ideas for all teachers and educators!

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Breathtaking, at first glance. Deeply inspiring, then. Thank you , Mr Mehmood.

from Ms Patrizia M., 27 March 2014
(report comment) 5 out of 5

Thank you for sharing this resource. Sometimes, we become jaded teaching the same thing over and over again but going through this Power Point has helped rekindle my love for Shakespeare; particularly Romeo and Juliet. Thanks once again.

from Act2 Scene2, 03 July 2013
(report comment) 4 out of 5

The question: why we teach before how we teach is most apt and accordingly, the slides take us through a number of issues and areas that could be explored. The reference to modern texts and how issues of love are perceived and interpreted is particularly helpful.

from Anaar, 20 June 2013
(report comment) 4 out of 5

Very detailed Power Point on how to approach the teaching of Romeo and Juliet. I particularly like the suggestions for texts that deal with similar ideas. Thanks for sharing this resource.

from y9840125, 23 December 2011
(report comment) 3 out of 5
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