Thank you for downloading our teaching resources! Tell us what you think of them here.

All resources regarding: plays

The Macbeths’ Marriage

The Macbeths are one of the happiest couples in all of Shakespeare, at least at the beginning of the play. Let’s take a look at a short bit of dialogue between them before Duncan’s arrival at the castle and find out in a close reading activity what the way they speak reveals about the state of their marriage and the state of their mind.

Tags: , , ,

Sorry, you need to be signed in to download this resource.

Shakespeare’s Language of the Theatre

Shakespeare wrote specifically for the theatre and this activity looks at location, emotion and action in an excerpt from Romeo and Juliet. Good to develop an understanding of writing for the specific context of an Elizabethan playhouse.

Tags: , , , , , , ,

Sorry, you need to be signed in to download this resource.

Macbeth in Context in Spanish

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

Tags: , ,

Sorry, you need to be signed in to download this resource.

Macbeth in Context in French

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

Tags: , ,

Sorry, you need to be signed in to download this resource.

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.

Tags: , , , , , ,

Sorry, you need to be signed in to download this resource.

Macbeth – Character Overview in French

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).

Tags: ,

Sorry, you need to be signed in to download this resource.

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).

Tags: , , , , , ,

Sorry, you need to be signed in to download this resource.

Macbeth – Wordsearch

A word search activity around some useful words for Macbeth.

Tags: , , ,

Sorry, you need to be signed in to download this resource.

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.

Tags: , , , ,

Sorry, you need to be signed in to download this resource.

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.

Tags: , , , , , , ,

Sorry, you need to be signed in to download this resource.