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Shakespeare: "As You Like It" Discuss this eTheme.

This site provides study guides, a video of the play and instructions for using Glogster within a literary activity. Students will have the opportunity to informally perform the first two scenes to understand the comedy of the dialogue. Included are eThemes: Shakespeare: His Life and Times and Shakespeare: The Globe Theatre.


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This site provides a summary, themes, well-known quotes, and much more about "As You Like It" and other literary works by William Shakespeare. NOTE: Site contains advertising.
Explore the Elizabethan period as it relates to William Shakespeare's plays and sonnets. Use the PBS activity pack for ideas.
All of Shakespeare's works are available here to download. Additional resources such as a Shakespeare timeline, primary sources related to Shakespeare's life and biography quiz are provided. Study guides from a variety of sources are given.
Use this 2.0 tool to create multimodal virtual posters. A strategy guide, "Teaching With Glogster" is included.
In this activity, students learn about the nature of comedy by informally performing the opening scenes of "As You Like It".
This site provides activities to learn about Shakespeare's rhyming structure (sonnet), his insult kit, and pairings of the plays and movie versions.
This animated version has Shakespeare's own words as subtitles. Parts 2
Learn about William Shakespeare, the places he lived, and the time period he lived in. Read the full text of some of his most popular works. Make a virtual visit to Anne Hathaway's cottage or Stratford-Upon-Avon. Try an interactive quiz to test your knowledge of Shakespeare, plus try to identify which words he invented. Visit an old Renaissance town and see what life was like in Shakespeare's time.
These sites cover the history and architecture of the old Globe Theatre and the new reconstructed one. You can take virtual tours using 3D models and VR images. There is also information about Elizabethan and Jacobean theatre. Includes a link to an eThemes Resource on Shakespeare.

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