Virginia Woolf: A Room of One's Own - Shakespeare's Sister
Students, after reading and analyzing, "A Room of One's Own," by Virginia Woolf, analyze how creating and defending one's position as well as how narrative functions as a rhetorical device. They evaluate and focus in on Shakespeare's Sister.
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Sonnet Project 2014: Analysis and Research
Conclude your study of sonnets with a research project that asks individuals to select a sonnet by one of the poets listed in the packet, and complete 10 different assignments based on the selected poem. All work, along with the provided...
11th - Higher Ed English Language Arts
Physics 152 Fall 2004 Final Exam, Parts A, B, C, D
At the end of a general physics course focused on light and electricity, you can administer this exam. Concepts covered include electromagnetism, circuits, induction, light rays, lenses and mirrors, characteristics of light, electron...
9th - Higher Ed Science
Shakespeare's Macbeth: Fear and Motives of Evil
Young scholars complete play and vocabulary analysis for William Shakespeare's Macbeth. In this Macbeth analysis lesson, students use an online research engine to locate passages that highlight Macbeth's response to fear and his descent...
10th - Higher Ed English Language Arts CCSS: Adaptable
Songs from Shakespeare's Plays
Match the lyrics of songs found in Shakespeare's plays to the work they came from. Bonus: sing the songs! You do get to choose from four titles in this multiple-choice quiz, and no, you do not have to sing the songs if you don't want to....
10th - Higher Ed Visual & Performing Arts
Mining Literature for Deeper Meanings
Literature teachers often ask their classes to find the big ideas in a text, but how does a writer do this successfully? Show the video to give your pupils some steps to keep in mind while they read and analyze. The narrator encourages...
4 mins 9th - Higher Ed English Language Arts CCSS: Adaptable