Introducing the play (preparatory information and activities) Putting on the play - An interview with (various famous Elizabethan actors) - Checkpoint (activities for written work following on from interview) - Production notes for a key scene - Focus on Shakespeare (an aspect of his life relevant to the play) - The Elizabethan theatre (focus on an aspect relevant to the play) Studying the play - Activities on genre - Plot - Characters - Features of the play (i.e. language - such as soliloquy, blank verse, songs, prose, oratory) - Focus on key speech - Forum (questions, answers and discussion following on from work on the key speech) - Comparison with another play (key speech or scene or character) Preparing for SATs - Exam technique - Revision (how to revise and activities) - Model questions - Homework
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Eric Boagey is the author of the best-selling 'Starting Shakespeare'.
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