Reimagine - Reimagine Key Stage 3 Shakespeare: Imaginative ways to study Shakespeare in every year of KS3

Paperback

Help build a challenging and rewarding English curriculum with imaginative ways of studying Shakespeare’s drama, stories and language for every year of KS3.

Reinvigorate the study of Shakespeare at Key Stage 3 to lay strong foundations for GCSE 9-1 English Literature or IGCSE Literature in English.

  • Increase support in curriculum planning and teaching of Shakespeare with high quality, tried and tested lessons
  • Build confidence in language, vocabulary and context with key extracts from A Midsummer Night’s Dream, The Merchant of Venice and Romeo and Juliet, accompanied by ready-to-use teaching PowerPoints, lesson plans and student activity worksheets
  • Inspire students with creative ways to study and perform Shakespeare’s drama to boost historical awareness and cultural capital
  • Easy to use with coherently planned and sequenced development of core skills building towards a strong understanding of Shakespeare’s world and work
  • Take an inclusive approach with support and help for students whose first language is not English
  • Easy to weave into existing schemes of work with the flexible, customisable and supportive approach and Microsoft and Google compatible files

RRP: £100.00

ISBN

978-0-00-855264-0

Publication Date

13-09-2022

Format

Paperback

Pages

176 pages

Dimensions

210x297mm

Author

Jo Heathcote and Hannah Appleton, Series edited by Jo Heathcote

Jo Heathcote is a highly experienced English teacher in Manchester, a Principal for an examination board and the writer of numerous textbooks, resources and study guides for major educational publishers. Jo is the series editor of Collins Who We Are and Through Our Eyes and the series editor and author of Reimagine Key Stage 3 English.

Product Description

Help build a challenging and rewarding English curriculum with imaginative ways of studying Shakespeare’s drama, stories and language for every year of KS3.

Reinvigorate the study of Shakespeare at Key Stage 3 to lay strong foundations for GCSE 9-1 English Literature or IGCSE Literature in English.

  • Increase support in curriculum planning and teaching of Shakespeare with high quality, tried and tested lessons
  • Build confidence in language, vocabulary and context with key extracts from A Midsummer Night’s Dream, The Merchant of Venice and Romeo and Juliet, accompanied by ready-to-use teaching PowerPoints, lesson plans and student activity worksheets
  • Inspire students with creative ways to study and perform Shakespeare’s drama to boost historical awareness and cultural capital
  • Easy to use with coherently planned and sequenced development of core skills building towards a strong understanding of Shakespeare’s world and work
  • Take an inclusive approach with support and help for students whose first language is not English
  • Easy to weave into existing schemes of work with the flexible, customisable and supportive approach and Microsoft and Google compatible files

ISBN

978-0-00-855264-0

Publication Date

13-09-2022

Format

Paperback

Pages

176 pages

Dimensions

210x297mm

Product Description

Help build a challenging and rewarding English curriculum with imaginative ways of studying Shakespeare’s drama, stories and language for every year of KS3.

Reinvigorate the study of Shakespeare at Key Stage 3 to lay strong foundations for GCSE 9-1 English Literature or IGCSE Literature in English.

  • Increase support in curriculum planning and teaching of Shakespeare with high quality, tried and tested lessons
  • Build confidence in language, vocabulary and context with key extracts from A Midsummer Night’s Dream, The Merchant of Venice and Romeo and Juliet, accompanied by ready-to-use teaching PowerPoints, lesson plans and student activity worksheets
  • Inspire students with creative ways to study and perform Shakespeare’s drama to boost historical awareness and cultural capital
  • Easy to use with coherently planned and sequenced development of core skills building towards a strong understanding of Shakespeare’s world and work
  • Take an inclusive approach with support and help for students whose first language is not English
  • Easy to weave into existing schemes of work with the flexible, customisable and supportive approach and Microsoft and Google compatible files

Author

Jo Heathcote and Hannah Appleton, Series edited by Jo Heathcote

Jo Heathcote is a highly experienced English teacher in Manchester, a Principal for an examination board and the writer of numerous textbooks, resources and study guides for major educational publishers. Jo is the series editor of Collins Who We Are and Through Our Eyes and the series editor and author of Reimagine Key Stage 3 English.