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FREEBIE! Looking for strategies to formatively assess student learning? Check out the 60 strategies found in this booklet!

Looking for strategies to formatively assess student learning? Check out the 60 strategies found in this booklet! Book Two: 60 Formative Assessment Strategies provides teachers with a variety of assessment strategies to gather information about

TEDxTalk on how Shakespeare created hip hop. Great on getting students intrigued on Shakespeare.

TEDxTalk on how Shakespeare created hip hop. Great on getting students intrigued on Shakespeare. Intro to Shakespeare unit and can introduce end project of hip hop songs into Shakespeare. Unit: shakespeare and pop culture

This webquest and presentation for interactive notebooks are a great way to start any unit on William Shakespeare's plays or poetry. Students will watch two videos and complete various activities and exercises to understand Shakespeare's contributions to

This webquest and presentation for interactive notebooks are a great way to start any unit on William Shakespeare's plays or poetry. Students will watch two videos and complete various activities and exercises to understand Shakespeare's contributions to

We've had Comedy Bingo and History Bingo. There's only one genre left to  cover...  Ah, tragedies....

We’ve had Comedy Bingo and History Bingo. There’s only one genre left to cover… …. Cover with blood is what I meant.

A painting of all of the plays of William Shakespeare in their approximate locations on a map of Europe.

The plays of William Shakespeare in their approximate locations on a map of Europe. Painting by Jane Tomlinson

Erected in 1599, The Globe was London’s first theater built by and for actors. As one of seven shareholders in the company that commissioned it (not to mention the company’s chief playwright), Shakespeare probably had some say in the theater’s design. He wrote many of his plays, from Julius Caesar on, with this venue in mind. To quote the bard, "O for a muse of fire!" Henry V

Erected in The Globe was London’s first theater built by and for actors. Shakespeare probably had some say in the theater’s design. He wrote many of his plays, from Julius Caesar on, with this venue in mind.