Category Archives: Shakespeare

Make One Critical Observation between Shakespeare & Sting

What is happening in the Sting song, “Consider Me Gone”? In five to seven sentences of Standard English, create a critical observation about Sting’s lyrics. Be sure to supply at least one word, phrase, or line of textual evidence to … Continue reading

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Shakespeare Infographic Project

What is the best infographic that you have used before? How did it help? How was it a beautiful display of information? Why is it an effective medium? This infographic came from Neil Patel’s blog post, “Ten Infographics,” and we … Continue reading

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The Story of Your Life is Told Before You are Born

Let’s launch our unit on Shakespeare’s sonnets and Hamlet with background information from this critically acclaimed documentary, In Search of Shakespeare, by Michael Wood. We will have you view this for homework and submit your responses to the ten questions … Continue reading

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Shakespeare Infographic Project

What is the best infographic that you have used before? How did it help? How was it a beautiful display of information? Why is it an effective medium? This infographic came from Neil Patel’s blog post, “Ten Infographics,” and we … Continue reading

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Dear Will on TNT #WillTNT

As scholars of a Shakespeare course at Suffield Academy, we have spent the past year studying the works of the greatest playwright of all time. When we first heard about Will on TNT, we could not contain our excitement. We would … Continue reading

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William Shakespeare’s Early Inspiration

William Shakespeare is played by Joseph Fiennes in the film, Shakespeare in Love, which was directed by John Madden and written by Marc Norman in 1998. The film takes place in 1593 London, when Shakespeare was writing the new comedy, … Continue reading

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John Green’s Sonnet Video

Enjoy John Green’s great video to help review our work with Sonnet 18 and Sonnet 130. You may understand some of the themes that we processed in class better by viewing this video. This may also help you understand a … Continue reading

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Let’s Leverage Our Shakespeare Knowledge

We learned a great deal about Shakespeare’s language, life, and comic genius. In fact, our ability to recognize his comic patterns helped improved our understanding of his plays and language. While we agree that this is a good and informative … Continue reading

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One Giant Leap for Design Thinking

We had an amazing first foray into our Design Thinking exercise today in our Shakespeare elective. As we read Twelfth Night and Much Ado About Nothing earlier in the year and reviewed the comic elements in Hamlet, we tried a new … Continue reading

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Make a Connection to Shakespeare’s Influence on Today’s Artistic World or Delve Deep into a Specific Scene

The goal of this academic moment is for us to explore larger ideas and artistic trends regarding Shakespeare before we dive back into another comedy. That said, your exploration of Shakespeare’s influence or delving into a passage that was never … Continue reading

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