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I'm doing!!!!!!!!!!!

Discussion in 'English' started by CosmoBill, Jan 26, 2011.


  1. I'm doing Shakespeare with a group of year nines who are new to me, fairly bright, lively but not very keen on drama. I need to think of some activities that I can adapt to the play we are studying (Othello) that will keep them on their toes - some kinaesthetic learning is definitely required. I have a few ideas but am flagging on this one and would really appreciate a few more. Does anyone have any really good activities they could suggest? Many thanks, F.
     

  2. I'm doing Shakespeare with a group of year nines who are new to me, fairly bright, lively but not very keen on drama. I need to think of some activities that I can adapt to the play we are studying (Othello) that will keep them on their toes - some kinaesthetic learning is definitely required. I have a few ideas but am flagging on this one and would really appreciate a few more. Does anyone have any really good activities they could suggest? Many thanks, F.
     

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