Imagery and rhythm in Shakespeare’s language
In this lesson, pupils will learn about the fairy plot of the play we will look at and the characters involved, with an introduction to how imagery and rhythm is used in Shakespeare’s language. Memorisation Tips will be used and they will learn about and act out the Wild Bank monologue.
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