Find articles and lesson plans related to the life and work of Shakespeare for you to use in your teenage English language classroom.

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This lesson provides students with the opportunity to revise their knowledge of the plot and characters from A Midsummer Night’s Dream.
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This lesson focuses on crime and punishment in Shakespeare’s time. It aims to develop students' topic-related vocabulary by introducing...

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This lesson aims to introduce students to the historical and religious context of Shakespeare’s England through exploring the theme of...

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This lesson is intended to introduce students to the theme of disguise and to the play Much Ado About Nothing.

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This is a series of extension activities to be used alongside our Shakespeare lesson plans for teens.

King Lear and Cordelia
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This lesson is about Shakespeare’s play King Lear. It provides students with a summary of the plot of through text and cartoon strip....

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This lesson will introduce students to one of Shakespeare’s best known plays: Macbeth.

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This lesson introduces the concept of telling lies and gets students to discuss this.

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Students discuss questions about lies and deception in Shakespeare's Othello.

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This lesson will introduce students to one of Shakespeare’s best known plays: Macbeth. It will focus in particular on the character of...

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This lesson looks at metaphors in general and then Shakespeare’s metaphors in more detail.

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This lesson is about Shakespeare’s play The Merchant of Venice and has been written primarily for students who are already familiar with...

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This lesson is an introduction to Shakespeare’s play The Merchant of Venice.

Othello
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This lesson uses Othello to explore early modern and contemporary attitudes to race and gives students supported practice in analysing...

Masks of comedy and tragedy
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This lesson provides an introduction to plays and plots. It explores the differences between plays and films with a reading...

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The lesson looks at stereotypes and attitudes towards women and different race in Shakespeare’s time.

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This lesson provides students with information about Shakespeare’s history play Richard III, and raises awareness of how Shakespeare...

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This lesson encourages an exploration of how the meaning of the word ‘tragedy’ has evolved since Shakespeare’s time.

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This lesson is about the popular and tragic Shakespeare play, Romeo and Juliet.

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This lesson provides students with an introduction to the features of Shakespearean comedy, highlighting the similarities between what...

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