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Translating Early Modern English into Modern English

Translate some of Shakespeare’s lines into Modern English to understand the differences between Elizabethan English, also called Early Modern English, and the English we speak today. Fits with the info sheet on Early Modern English vs Modern English.

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Swear Like Shakespeare

Get your tongue around Shakespeare’s language with this simple insult generator and develop an understanding of dramatic conflict. An additional vocabulary sheet helps with words no longer in use.

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Macbeth in Context EFL

Looking for relevant historical context to the time when Shakespeare was writing Macbeth? This is a short and handy timeline including relevant vocabulay.

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Shakespeare’s Invented Words – B1

Shakespeare coined hundreds of words – here is a small selection of them and some exercises around them for language learners (CEFR B1).

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Macbeth – Character Overview

This is an overview of the most important characters in Macbeth (based on the selection of characters in most Graded Reader editions of the play).

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Macbeth – Match the Quotes and Images

This activity should be doable for students from an A2 level onwards, particularly after having done the active introduction to Macbeth. Students are asked to pair some of the quotes used in this activities to matching illustrations.

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An Active Introduction to Macbeth

This is a fun first contact with the story of the Scottish play. This introduction makes use of an easy drama technique called ‘whoosh’ that involves the entire class.

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Shakespeare’s Family Fun Facts

This fact sheet gives you some more details about the Shakespeare family, including ten facts you might find surprising.

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