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|Additional Physical Format:||Print version:
Teaching Shakespeare To Develop Children'S Writing : A Practical Guide.
Maidenhead : McGraw-Hill Education, ©2014
|Named Person:||William Shakespeare; William Shakespeare|
|Material Type:||Document, Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Internet Resource, Computer File|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
|ISBN:||9780335263233 0335263232 1322605955 9781322605951|
|Notes:||Lesson Forty-Six: What's Ariel like? II.|
|Description:||1 online resource (282 pages)|
|Contents:||Teaching Shakespeare toDevelop Children's Writing A practical guide: 9-12 years; Teaching Shakespeare toDevelop Children's Writing; Praise; Contents; List of figures; Acknowledgements; Introduction; 1 Two simple ways into Shakespeare's language: Similes and oxymorons; Lesson One: Like to a silver bow; Lesson Two: Such sweet thunder; PART 1 A Local Habitation: A Midsummer Night's Dream; 2 'That merry wanderer' Mostly Puck ; Lesson Three: Slipping from her bum; Lesson Four: Merry wanderer; Lesson Five: Meeting Puck in the forest; Lesson Six: A girdle round about the earth. Lesson Seven: Sometime a horse I'll be, sometime a houndLesson Eight: I'll follow you --
Drama; Lesson Nine: Now the hungry lion roars; Lesson Ten: Designing Puck's costume --
An art lesson; 3 'I am such a tender ass' Bottom and Company ; Lesson Eleven: Playing Pyramus; Lesson Twelve: I will, I will, let me!; Lesson Thirteen: Rehearsing most obscenely; Lesson Fourteen: Thou art translated! --
Another drama lesson; Lesson Fifteen: It shall be called 'Bottom' sdream' because it hath no bottom. Lesson Sixteen: Raging rocks, grim-looked nights, bloody, blameful blades and mantles stained with blood --
Bad verse ILesson Seventeen: Raging rocks II --
A drama session; Lesson Eighteen: O grim-looked night --
Bad verse II; Lesson Nineteen: O dainty duck. O dear! --
Bad verse III; Lesson Twenty: Reason and love; Lesson Twenty-One: More for the Wardrobe Department; 4 'Our Lovely Lady' Titania ; Lesson Twenty-Two: You spotted snakes; Lesson Twenty-Three: Contagious fogs --
Titania and climate change I; Lesson Twenty-Four: Contagious fogs --
Titania and climate change II. Lesson Twenty-Five: Contagious fogs --
Titania and climate change III --
An art lesson5 True love? 'Two lovely berries moulded on one stem'; Lesson Twenty-Six: We grew together; Lesson Twenty-Seven: The course of true love?; Lesson Twenty-Eight: O Helen, goddess, nymph, perfect, divine!; Lesson Twenty-Nine: By heart; PART 2 You taught me language: The Tempest; 6 'Boatswain!'; Lesson Thirty: Boatswain!; Lesson Thirty-One: Die a dry death; Lesson Thirty-Two: What cares these roarers?; 7 'Be not afear'd' Caliban ; Lesson Thirty-Three: Legged like a man --
and his fins like arms. Lesson Thirty-Four: I'll show thee the best springsLesson Thirty-Five: Be not afear'd; Lesson Thirty-Six: Pray you tread softly; Lesson Thirty-Seven: Knock a nail into his head; Lesson Thirty-Eight: Blister you all o'er I; Lesson Thirty-Nine: Blister you all o'er II; Lesson Forty: An art lesson about Caliban; 8 'Merrily, merrily shall I live now' Ariel ; Lesson Forty-One: The fire and cracks of sulphurous running; Lesson Forty-Two: In the cloven pine; Lesson Forty-Three: Full fathom five; Lesson Forty-Four: Where the bee sucks; Lesson Forty-Five: What's Ariel like? I.
- Shakespeare, William, -- 1564-1616 -- Study and teaching (Elementary)
- Shakespeare, William, -- 1564-1616 -- Language.
- Language arts (Elementary)
- Drama in education.
- Literature -- Study and teaching (Elementary)
- Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616 -- Study and teaching.
- DRAMA -- English, Irish, Scottish, Welsh.
- EDUCATION -- Elementary.