Shakespearean Digital Narratives -- Lesson Plan
3, TY, 5, 6, LCA
Leadership in Learning
Being Creative, Communicating, Managing Information & Thinking
English; Shakespeare; Styles of Language; Digital Story; Drama; Plays
Learning Shakespeare with new, useful and fun technologies, and working together in teams to create projects, helps make Shakespeare more exciting and relevant in their everyday lives.
Curriculum content to be addressed: The narrative and aesthetic styles of language; a Shakespearean (or another author’s) play (this sample uses Act 1.3 of Macbeth)
By the end of this activity, students will be able to: Comprehend, analyse and summarise a Shakespearean scene; Create and analyze multimedia texts; Identify and use narrative and aesthetic languages; Work collaboratively as a team.