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Shakespeare sketch - A Small Rewrite

Live Shakespeare sketch called 'A Small Rewrite' made for Comic Relief, with Hugh Laurie as Shakespeare and Rowan Atkinson as the editor. E-mail Israelie88@g...
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What Shakespeare Sounded Like: Exploring the Original Pronunciation (And Why It Matters) | How to Think Like Shakespeare | Big Think

What Shakespeare Sounded Like: Exploring the Original Pronunciation (And Why It Matters) | How to Think Like Shakespeare | Big Think | Shakes | Scoop.it
Why does the original pronunciation (OP) of Shakespeare's words matter? For one thing, two-thirds of Shakespeare's sonnets have rhymes that don't work in modern English. 

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Shakespeare Uncovered - Videos and Lesson Plans

Shakespeare Uncovered - Videos and Lesson Plans | Shakes | Scoop.it

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5 of the Best Online Shakespeare Resources

5 of the Best Online Shakespeare Resources | Shakes | Scoop.it

Check out five online resources on Shakespeare. The five websites are:

* 60 Second Shakespeare challenge from the BBC

* The Playwright Game from PBS

* Shakespearean Murder Mystery

* Shakespeare App

* Making a Scene -  blog with many ideas on how to bring Shakespeare to life in your classroom


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Antonia Atria's curator insight, November 7, 2013 8:32 AM

Really useful information to understanding shakepeare!

Kelly Brenner Smith's curator insight, June 26, 2014 10:42 AM

Check out these resources for reading, understanding, and interpreting works by Shakespeare.

Sumayya Qudrat's curator insight, April 9, 2015 12:01 AM

different shakespeare units to use in a classroom