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Lady Macbeth – Unsex Me Here

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As part of his Macbeth Project, Tobias unlocked his Soliloquy badge by learning and presenting this speech by Lady Macbeth.

Jameel – Romeo and Juliet Soliloquy

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Jameel unlocked the Poetry by Heart with this piece as part of his Romeo and Juliet project

Ibby – Romeo and Juliet Soliloquy

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Ibby unlocked the Soliloquy Badge with this piece as part of his Romeo and Juliet project

The Jostling Brothers

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As part of their Year 11 GCSE project exploring Shakespeare and the Literary Heritage, Mr Waugh's class created, in conjunction with the Royal Shakespeare Company, The CLC and the British Film Institute, a short film ...

Advice for an essay on fate in Romeo and Juliet

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Advice to students who are working on their Romeo and Juliet project on how to prepare for their essay on fate.

Romeo and Juliet – Modern Interpretation

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As part of their Romeo and Juliet Project, these students re-enacted a scene from the play in a more, let's say, contemporary, context.

Personification in Macbeth

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As part of the introduction to our Year 8 Macbeth Study, we're looking, in acute detail, at some small excerpts from the main play.Before we start reading. Before we know the plot. We're putting the microscope on ...

Year 8 English – Personification in Macbeth II – Unsex me here

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This presentation incorporates the close analysis of a short excerpt from Macbeth, where Lady Macbeth reveals her dark resolve for the presence of the figurative language feature, Personification.› Access the whol...

Titus Andronicus – Research Cues

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As part of our exploration of Shakespeare’s Titus Andronicus the class is engaging in some research about the Elizabethan times and the context from which the play arose. Included here is a short video where I try to ...

But soft. What light…

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As part of their Romeo and Juliet project, students from the London Nautical School learned and presented dramatic monologues. This is Barnaby performing the eternal "But soft..."

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