Talk Like Shakespeare Day - ay, you read that right; upon my honour, it’s not a jest - is coming up anon, on 23 April. The date is the birthday of the world-renowned writer and playwright, William Shakespeare, and it celebrates his life and work.
Methinks, talking like Shakespeare is a fun activity in itself, but more than that, this day is also an opportunity to get better acquainted with some of Shakespeare's work.
I know not if thee, as a teacher, have already made your Talk Like Shakespeare Day lesson plan, but just in case you haven’t, thou can'st rely on us. Our Global Content Department, consisting of teachers, put together these fantastic interactive lessons. I oath they’re going to engage your students and help them better retain facts about Shakespeare.
The lessons are easy-to-use and can be edited to fit any lesson plan, curriculum or grade needs.
Had a bit of trouble understanding the text above? Here’s some help:
Ay = yes
upon my honour = I’m telling you the truth
Jest = joke
Anon = soon
Methinks = I think
I know not = I don’t know
Thee = you
Thou can'st = You can
Oath = promise
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