Adding movement to Shakespeare
In this lesson, pupils will learn about the mechanical plot and the characters involved. They will explore the difference between poetry and prose and how each is used in Shakespeare’s plays. Pupils will act out Bottom’s Dream and learn how Shakespeare added secret stage directions in his dialogue.
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Lesson summary: Adding movement to Shakespeare
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This was the final lesson in the unit Acting Shakespeare: Monologues from A Midsummer Night’s Dream.