Wednesday, August 21, 2013
The olders have already had several exposures to Shakespeare. They performed in a play that incorporated several of his plays, including a part of The Tempest. They have read Julius Caesar and A Midsummer Night's Dream. Youngest dd has listened to the original play of A Midsummer Night's Dream and performed in a Seussified version of the same. Here are some more resources...
I have not yet perused this site but it looks fantastic:
Here is a hilarious version of Who's on First in Shakespearean. Note: If you or your child isn't familiar with Who's on First, you should watch that first. (Thanks, Professor Carol, for sharing this link!)
[Abbott and Costello original version:
Okay, this is in fun, purely fun... The Shakespearean Insult Kit (Thanks, M., for sharing this link).
I wrote specifically about our study of Julius Caesar at this post and there are a few links there as well:
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