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Unlocking Shakespeare's Language: Help for the Teacher and Student

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Author(s): Randal Robinson

With the activities in this book, your students can come to understand the language of Shakespeare by learning to recognize and translate troublesome words and syntactic patterns.

Level(s): Secondary, Middle

ISBN/ISSN: 0-8141-5568-5

Stock No.: 55685

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With the activities in this book, your students can come to understand the language of Shakespeare by learning to recognize and translate troublesome words and syntactic patterns. The activities involve rearranging words in lines of Shakespeare to a more familiar subject-verb-object, or complement, sequence; rearranging lines to reproduce Shakespearean rhymes and iambic pentameter; imitating Shakespeare using modern sentences; and other detailed work with words.
Theory and Research Into Practice (TRIP) series. 86 pp. 1988. Grades 7–12. ISBN 0-8141-5568-5.
No. 55685

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