Reflection: Lesson Planning Introducing Shakespeare and the Elizabethan Age - Section 1: Teacher-led Intro of Elizabethan England

 

Putting together a great lesson takes a ton of time.  I have taught Romeo and Juliet at least ten times, and each time I teach it, I start from the beginning.  In Resources, I made quick screencast  that sort of shows how I begin each unit.  Though I know what I need to teach, and I have a lot of resources on my computer that I can use, I find it most helpful to start putting it all together by doing research online and in books and working with a notebook and a pen.  

  Lesson Planning: Putting it All Together
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Introducing Shakespeare and the Elizabethan Age

Unit 2: Romeo and Juliet
Lesson 1 of 12

Objective: SWBAT begin to develop an historical context for their study of Shakespeare's most famous play, Romeo and Juliet

Big Idea: Building background helps students to understand Shakespeare's time.

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