Reflection: Shared Expectations Shakespeare: Delineating Arguments in Primary and Secondary Sources - Section 5: Wrap-up: Presenting Shakespeare Projects

 

This was a GREAT way to start this unit! Due to time, I chose to have students present information about Shakespeare at the end of reading the play, A MidSummer Night's Dream. The choice of holding off the projects involved the need to get students familiar to Shakespeare and his comedy prior to presenting second-hand information about a famous playwright. Check out my In search of Shakespeare reflection to see what was done by students in this lesson! Also, holding off the project presentations after the studying of Shakespeare and his literary work allowed students to validate their findings through evidences found in the read play. Hence it built up thier confidence to delivery informative speeches about a somewhat ordinary man.

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Shakespeare: Delineating Arguments in Primary and Secondary Sources

Unit 5: MidSummer Night's Dream
Lesson 8 of 11

Objective: SWBAT visually display, present, and clarify information through the use of technology and research to strengthen answers to a question about Shakespeare.

Big Idea: Where are thou Shakespeare? Using primary and secondary sources to understand the life of a comedian.

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