- Author(s):Rex Gibson
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Invaluable support for all teachers of Shakespeare in schools, colleges and institutions of higher education.
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This electronic version of the popular teachers resource book Shakespeare's Language offers a comprehensive collection of editable worksheets, which can be tailored to meet the needs of individual students. Through these worksheets, analysis of language can be undertaken in enjoyable and motivating ways which reveal, through close attention to detail, important facets of wider aspects of the play being studied. This will enable students to grasp how Shakespeare's dramatic language expresses the conflicts which are at the heart of all drama.
- PLAYS: Comedies
- Problem plays
- Romances/Late plays
- The Sonnets
- LANGUAGE TECHNIQUES: Imagery
- Alliteration, assonance, onomatopoeia
- Rhetoric: the Art of Persuasion
- Changing language
- Inventing words
- Everyday language
- LANGUAGE INTO DRAMA: Dialogue
- Creating atmosphere
- Opening scenes
- Stage directions
- Turning reading into drama
- Revising: Quarto and Folio.
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