Introduction to Shakespeare Lesson Pack 1: Development of the English Language Lesson Pack

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  • This is great.. very logical and would be a great introduction to looking at the language of Shakespeare

    , Feb 10th
  • Intro to Shakespeare unit of work with Y6

    , Oct 22nd
Introduction to Shakespeare Lesson Pack 1: Development of the English Language Lesson Pack

Introduction to Shakespeare Lesson Pack 1: Development of the English Language Lesson Pack - A quick overview of English from Old English to Modern English. Helps to put Shakespearean language into perspective.
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