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This LitPlan for William Shakespeare s, has been brought to you by Teacher s Pet Publications Inc. Copyright Teacher s Pet Publications 1999, 11504 Hammock Point. Berlin MD 21811, Only the student materials in this unit plan may be. reproduced Pages such as worksheets and study, guides may be reproduced for use in the purchaser s. classroom For any additional copyright questions, contact Teacher s Pet Publications.
TABLE OF CONTENTS Macbeth, Introduction 10, Unit Objectives 12. Reading Assignment Sheet 13, Unit Outline 14, Study Questions Short Answer 19. Quiz Study Questions Multiple Choice 28, Pre reading Vocabulary Worksheets 42. Lesson One Introductory Lesson 52, Nonfiction Assignment Sheet 55. Oral Reading Evaluation Form 59, Writing Assignment 1 61.
Writing Assignment 2 67, Writing Assignment 3 78, Writing Evaluation Form 68. Vocabulary Review Activities 66, Extra Writing Assignments Discussion s 71. Unit Review Activities 80, Unit Tests 82, Unit Resource Materials 123. Vocabulary Resource Materials 139, ABOUT THE AUTHOR. WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE, SHAKESPEARE William 1564 1616 For more than 350 years William Shakespeare has been.
the world s most popular playwright On the stage in the movies and on television his plays are. watched by vast audiences People read his plays again and again for pleasure Students. reading his plays for the first time are delighted by what they find. Shakespeare s continued popularity is due to many things His plays are filled with action his. characters are believable and his language is thrilling to hear or read Underlying all this is. Shakespeare s deep humanity He was a profound student of people and he understood them He had. a great tolerance sympathy and love for all people good or evil. While watching a Shakespearean tragedy the audience is moved and shaken After the show the. spectators are calm washed clean of pity and terror They are saddened but at peace repeating the. old saying There but for the grace of God go I, A Shakespearean comedy is full of fun The characters are lively the dialogue is witty In the end. young lovers are wed old babblers are silenced wise men are content The comedies are joyous and. Boyhood in Stratford, William Shakespeare was born in Stratford upon Avon England in 1564 This was the sixth year. of the reign of Queen Elizabeth I He was christened on April 26 of that year The day of his birth. is unknown It has long been celebrated on April 23 the feast of St George. He was the third child and oldest son of John and Mary Arden Shakespeare Two sisters Joan and. Margaret died before he was born The other children were Gilbert a second Joan Anne Richard. and Edmund Only the second Joan outlived William, Shakespeare s father was a tanner and glovemaker He was an alderman of Stratford for years He. also served a term as high bailiff or mayor Toward the end of his life John Shakespeare lost most. of his money When he died in 1601 he left William only a little real estate Not much is. known about Mary Shakespeare except that she came from a wealthier family than her husband. Stratford upon Avon is in Warwickshire called the heart of England In Shakespeare s day it was. well farmed and heavily wooded The town itself was prosperous and progressive. The town was proud of its grammar school Young Shakespeare went to it although when or for. how long is not known He may have been a pupil there between his 7th and 13th years His studies. must have been mainly in Latin The schooling was good All four schoolmasters at the school. during Shakespeare s boyhood were graduates of Oxford University. Nothing definite is known about his boyhood From the content of his plays he must have learned. early about the woods and fields about birds insects and small animals about trades and outdoor. sports and about the country people he later portrayed with such good humor Then and later he. picked up an amazing stock of facts about hunting hawking fishing dances music and other arts. and sports Among other subjects he also learned about alchemy astrology folklore medicine and. law As good writers do he collected information both from books and. from daily observation of the world around him, Marriage and Life in London. In 1582 when he was 18 he married Anne Hathaway She was from Shottery a village a mile. from Stratford Anne was seven or eight years older than Shakespeare From this difference in their. ages a story arose that they were unhappy together Their first daughter Susanna was. born in 1583 In 1585 a twin boy and girl Hamnet and Judith were born. What Shakespeare did between 1583 and 1592 is not known Various stories are told He may have. taught school worked in a lawyer s office served on a rich man s estate or traveled with a company. of actors One famous story says that about 1584 he and some friends were caught poaching on the. estate of Sir Thomas Lucy of Carlecote near Warwick and were forced to leave town A less likely. story is that he was in London in 1588 There he was supposed to have held horses for theater. patrons and later to have worked in the theaters as a callboy. By 1592 however Shakespeare was definitely in London and was already recognized as an actor. and playwright He was then 28 years old In that year he was referred to in another man s book for. the first time Robert Greene a playwright accused him of borrowing from the plays of. Between 1592 and 1594 plague kept the London theaters closed most of the time During these. years Shakespeare wrote his earliest sonnets and two long narrative poems Venus and Adonis and. The Rape of Lucrece Both were printed by Richard Field a boyhood friend from Stratford They. were well received and helped establish him as a poet. Shakespeare Prospers, Until 1598 Shakespeare s theater work was confined to a district northeast of London This was.
outside the walls in the parish of Shoreditch Located there were two playhouses the Theatre and. the Curtain Both were managed by James Burbage whose son Richard Burbage was Shakespeare s. friend and the greatest tragic actor of his day, Up to 1596 Shakespeare lived near these theaters in Bishopsgate where the North Road entered. the city Sometime between 1596 and 1599 he moved across the Thames River to a district called. Bankside There two theaters the Rose and the Swan had been built by Philip. Henslowe He was James Burbage s chief competitor in London as a theater manager. The Burbages also moved to this district in 1598 and built the famous Globe Theatre Its sign. showed Atlas supporting the world hence the theater s name Shakespeare was associated with the. Globe Theatre for the rest of his active life He owned shares in it which brought him much money. Meanwhile in 1597 Shakespeare had bought New Place the largest house in Stratford During. the next three years he bought other property in Stratford and in London The year before his father. probably at Shakespeare s suggestion applied for and was granted a coat of arms It. bore the motto Non sanz droict Not without right From this time on Shakespeare could write. Gentleman after his name This meant much to him for in his day actors were classed legally with. criminals and vagrants, Shakespeare s name first appeared on the title pages of his printed plays in 1598 In the same year. Francis Meres in Palladis Tamia Wit s Treasury praised him as a poet and dramatist Meres s. comments on 12 of Shakespeare s plays showed that Shakespeare s genius was recognized in his own. Honored As Actor and Playwright, Queen Elizabeth I died in 1603 King James I followed her to the throne Shakespeare s theatrical. company was taken under the king s patronage and called the King s Company Shakespeare and the. other actors were made officers of the royal household The theatrical company was the most. successful of its time Before it was the King s Company it had been known as the Earl of Derby s. and the Lord Chamberlain s In 1608 the company acquired the Blackfriars Theatre This was a. smaller and more aristocratic theater than the Globe Thereafter the company alternated between the. two playhouses, Plays by Shakespeare were performed at both theaters at the royal court and in the castles of the. nobles After 1603 Shakespeare probably acted little although he was still a good actor His favorite. roles seem to have been old Adam in As You Like It and the Ghost in Hamlet. In 1607 when he was 43 he may have suffered a serious physical breakdown In the same year his. older daughter Susanna married John Hall a doctor The next year Shakespeare s first grandchild. Elizabeth was born Also in 1607 his brother Edmund who had been an actor. in London died at the age of 27, The Mermaid Tavern Group.
About this time Shakespeare became one of the group of now famous writers who gathered at the. Mermaid Tavern in Cheapside The club was formed by Sir Walter Raleigh Ben Jonson was its. leading spirit see Jonson Shakespeare was a popular member He was admired for his talent and. loved for his kindliness Thomas Fuller writing about 50 years later gave an amusing account of. the conversational duels between Shakespeare and Jonson. Many were the wit combats betwixt him and Ben Jonson which two I behold like a Spanish great. galleon and an English man of war Master Jonson like the former was built far higher in learning. solid but slow in his performances Shakespeare with the English man of war lesser in bulk but. lighter in sailing could turn with all tides tack about and take advantage of all winds by the. quickness of his wit and invention, Jonson sometimes criticized Shakespeare harshly Nevertheless he later wrote a eulogy of. Shakespeare that is remarkable for its feeling and acuteness In it he said. Leave thee alone for the comparison, Of all that insolent Greece or haughty Rome. Sent forth or since did from their ashes come, Triumph my Britain thou hast one to show. To whom all scenes of Europe homage owe, He was not of an age but for all time. Sweet Swan of Avon what a sight it were, To see thee in our waters yet appear.
And make those flights upon the banks of Thames, That so did take Eliza and our James. Death and Burial at Stratford, Shakespeare retired from his theater work in 1610 and returned to Stratford His friends from. London visited him In 1613 the Globe Theatre burned He lost much money in it but he was still. wealthy He shared in the building of the new Globe A few months before the fire he bought as an. investment a house in the fashionable Blackfriars district of London. On April 23 1616 Shakespeare died at the age of 52 This date is according to the Old Style or. Julian calendar of his time The New Style or Gregorian calendar date is May 3 1616 He was. buried in the chancel of the Church of the Holy Trinity in Stratford. A stone slab a reproduction of the original one which it replaced in 1830 marks his grave It bears. an inscription perhaps written by himself, On the north wall of the chancel is his monument It consists of a portrait bust enclosed in a stone. frame Below it is an inscription in Latin and English This bust and the engraving by Martin. Droeshout prefixed to the First Folio edition of his plays 1623 are the only pictures of. Shakespeare which can be accepted as showing his true likeness. John Aubrey an English antiquarian wrote about Shakespeare 65 years after the poet s death He. evidently used information furnished by the son of one of Shakespeare s fellow actors Aubrey. described him as a handsome well shaped man very good company and of a ready and pleasant. smooth wit, Shakespeare s will still in existence bequeathed most of his property to Susanna and her daughter. He left small mementoes to friends He mentioned his wife only once leaving her his second best. bed with its furnishings, Much has been written about this odd bequest There is little reason to think it was a slight Indeed.
it may have been a special mark of affection The second best bed was probably the one they used. The best bed was reserved for guests At any rate his wife was entitled by law to one third of her. husband s goods and real estate and to the use of their home for life She died in 1623. The will contains three signatures of Shakespeare These with three others are the only known. specimens of his handwriting in existence Several experts also regard some lines in the manuscript. of Sir Thomas More as Shakespeare s own handwriting He spelled his name in. various ways His father s papers show about 16 spellings Shakspere Shaxpere and Shakespeare. are the most common, Did Shakespeare Really Write the Plays. The outward events of Shakespeare s life are ordinary He was hard working sober and. middle class in his ways He steadily gathered wealth and took good care of his family Many people. have found it impossible to believe that such a man could have written the plays They feel that he. could not have known such heights and depths of passion They believe that the people around. Shakespeare expressed little realization of his greatness Some say that a man of his little schooling. could not have learned about the professions the aristocratic sports of hawking and hunting the. speech and manners of the upper classes, Since the 1800 s there has been a steady effort to prove that Shakespeare did not write the plays. or that others did For a long time the leading candidate was Sir Francis Bacon Books on the. Shakespeare Bacon argument would fill a library see Bacon Francis After Bacon became less. 3 TABLE OF CONTENTS Macbeth Introduction 10 Unit Objectives 12 Reading Assignment Sheet 13 Unit Outline 14 Study Questions Short Answer 19 Quiz Study Questions Multiple Choice 28 Pre reading Vocabulary Worksheets 42 Lesson One Introductory Lesson 52 Nonfiction Assignment Sheet 55 Oral Reading Evaluation Form 59 Writing Assignment 1 61 Writing Assignment 2 67 Writing Assignment 3 78

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