We hope you and your loved ones are keeping safe and well during these strange times we are living in.
To mark the 456th birth anniversary of the most celebrated literary genius, ELTA is having a Happy Day on April 23rd!
In the early 17th century, an outbreak of bubonic plague caused London theaters to close. This allowed William Shakespeare to focus on writing, leading him to produce some of his best-known works — King Lear, Macbeth, and Antony and Cleopatra.
It was a trying time to attempt to carry on business as usual, but Shakespeare was no stranger to the task of plying his trade amid difficult conditions.
We rounded up a selection of classroom activities celebrating the lasting legacy of the world’s greatest playwright. It features authentic lesson plans, quizzes, games and other activities related to the Bard’s life and work. Also, here you can find some of the great playwright’s most inspiring lines.
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We hope you stay safe, stay inside, and that you keep yourself top of mind in these troubled times.
Your ELTA team