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Timeline – Shakespeare’s Life and Times
A visual representation of the major events in Shakespeare’s Life and Elizabethan England.
Romeo and Juliet Close Reading: The Tomb Scene
Look deeply at Romeo’s motivation in breaking into Juliet’s tomb and perform the scene.
Early Modern English vs Modern English
This resource outlines the major differences between the English Shakespeare wrote and the English we speak today.
Swear Like Shakespeare
Get your tongue around Shakespeare’s language with this simple insult generator.
Macbeth in Context
Relevant historical context for the time when Shakespeare was writing Macbeth.
Shakespeare’s Family Fun Facts
More details about the Shakespeare family, including ten facts you might find surprising.
Shakespeare’s Interesting Idioms
Many of Shakespeare's expressions are still familiar to us today – we regularly speak Shakespeare without realising it.
Shakespeare Family Tree
Introduce Shakespeare’s immediate family.