English: Introducing Shakespeare’s Tragedies in Year 7/8

These comprehensive resources are packed with materials to introduce KS3 pupils to two of Shakespeare’s comedy and tragedy plays – building knowledge of language, techniques, characters, themes, genre, and much more.

  • Fulfils the requirement of the 2014 curriculum to study two whole plays!

For both plays…

  • Keep students engaged: insightful activities for every scene with worksheets provided for write-on exercises
  • Decipher Shakespearean language: modern adaptations of three key scenes
  • Consolidate key plot points: all remaining scenes summarised through clear, concise narrative notes

Activities include:
Comparing the modern and original versions (both provided) and working out meanings, group discussions and debates, independent research, creative writing, role play, close reading and many more!

I really like the creative approach to these tasks – a lot of food for thought for teachers. Clearly linked to the National Curriculum aims – very teacher-friendly… Modern-day versions are helpful teaching resources that would enhance learning. – R Goulds, HoD & Independent Reviewer

Focus on key scenes and the breakdown of language is clear and helpful. Extremely accessible for a range of abilities… The tasks, research and lesson suggestions will engage a wide range of pupils. – E Evans, HoD & Independent Reviewer

Price is £99 — Includes photocopiable master with site licence; electronic copies available. Orders are normally dispatched in 2-5 working days.
Click here for full details and to order.


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