William Shakespeare - Mrsjgibbs

William Shakespeare - Mrsjgibbs

William Shakesp eare WEBQUEST challenge WEBQUEST INSTRUCTIONS Read these instructions carefully: You have the lesson in your pairs to find out as much information as you can on William Shakespeare. Read each page carefully and follow the links to the websites to find out more information. There are several tasks to complete throughout your quest that you must complete on your worksheet. How far can you get in the lesson?

You start nowGood luck! Task One William Follow this Shakespeare? link and type in William Shakespeares name. Who is What does he look like? Sketch his face quickly into your book. Remember the timer is ticking! Now you know what Shakespeare looked like lets find out

some key facts about him. Follow this link and skim and scan the webpage for the following information, fill it in in your book: 1. Birthdate 2. Deathdate 3. Children? 4. Married? 5. Parents names? 6. Any siblings? Task TWO The Globe Theatre The first Globe was

The Globe Theatre was a 20-sided open-air playhouse designed in 1599, where Shakespeare worked and where many of his greatest plays were first performed. destroyed by fire in 1613, but by 1614 it had been

rebuilt and reopened. After closing again in 1642, it was soon demolished. Take a tour of the Globe Theatre here! Remember Time is Ticking.

London It was noisy, crowded, bawdy, bustling and busy. Trades Life of every kind and description! Churches, inns, houses, workshops, stalls, stables and theatres! Animals - cats, dogs, pigs, horses and sheep! Shakespeares London was dirty, smelly and ratinfested. Disease was rife. People threw their rubbish and sewage into the streets. The smell was disgusting, worse than you can imagine and it was a messy and dangerous place to live. TASK THREE

William Shakespeare William Shakespeare was a playwright (somebody who wrote The Playwright plays for a job), he wrote many famous plays which are still performed today. Follow this link to find three plays Shakespeare wrote and fill it in in your book. Do you remember the three categories the plays were split into? What were they? Fill this in in your book.

TASK FOUR The Language of Shakespeares Day Shakespeare wrote in Early Modern English. Shakespeare wrote the way he did for poetic and dramatic purposes and people did not speak like this. Shakespeare used all sorts of words that you wouldnt hear today, click on the link below and look at the weird words section, have a play and then write down two examples of weird words and what they mean. WEIRD WORDS

Remember Time is Ticking. TASK FIVE Strange Shakespeare Facts There are many mysteries that surround the life of William and Rumours Shakespeare - some are based on facts and some are based on

fiction! Some are interesting facts, some are strange facts and some are down right weird facts! Click on the link below to research facts and rumours about Shakespeare, write down your favourite fact and your favourite rumour in your book. FACTS AND RUMOURS Congratulations! You have successfully completed your webquest on

William Shakespeare Please log off your computer and hand in your book

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