Includes video segments, informational text, discussion questions, and suggested activities. Aligns with National Learning Standards.
The collection is created around four filmed adaptions of Shakespeare’s historical plays from the Great Performances series. Includes interactive and video resources teaching tips, discussion questions, background essays, and activities, all designed to aid teachers in delving deep into the stories historical backgrounds.
Each lesson plan includes discussion questions on characterization and themes, journal prompts, a video, and classroom activities. Aligns with Common Core State Standards.
Developed by PBS and the Folger Shakespeare Library, this website provides lesson plans and resources to bring Shakespeare into the classroom. Includes resources for Elementary, Middle, and High School teachers.
This interactive game provides an introduction into the behind-the-scenes of a theater. Elementary School students are able to cast a show, dress characters in costume and make-up, and learn about stage craft.
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Other Sources of Information
A Song of Protection for Wakulla Springs: EcoShakespeare (2/11/15 - WFSU-TV)
Foraging and the Magic of Plants: EcoShakespeare (2/4/15 - WFSU-TV)
Clearcutting the Longleaf Forest: EcoShakespeare (1/28/15 - WFSU-TV)
WFSU Perspectives: Shakespeare Festival (1/8/15 - WFSU-FM)
Auditioning for Shakespeare (12/24/14 - Tallahassee Democrat)
Did Shakespeare write his plays? The Eco-Answer (12/17/14 - WFSU Ecology Blog)
Southern Shakespeare and WFSU team up to shoot segments (11/10/14 - Tallahassee Democrat)