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School B: Why study Shakespeare? – Blank medium-term plan

This is a blank version of a medium-term plan that can be adapted and used for planning. It is based on a Year 7 Shakespeare unit. This plan is part of the School B exemplification within the Framework for secondary English.



Find out how to help students continue their study of Shakespeare into post-16 education. There are a range of active and interactive approaches available to explore his plays, whether students are studying Shakespeare in English literature or in drama ...

Teaching Shakespeare: Globe Theatre materials for consultants

Materials for consultants trained in the teaching of interactive drama strategies. This section is designed for Secondary National Strategy English consultants and is only accessible through a local authority password.

The National Strategies Last update: 2011

Storytelling and writing project

Creative Generation case study focusing on the use of drama as a medium to develop confidence, storytelling, listening and writing skills in Key Stages 1 and 2. Describes a six-week storytelling project that involved Year 2 boys who had been identified as gifted and talented in drama.

The National Strategies Last update: 2011

AF3 teaching ideas

Teaching ideas to help pupils choose words to show understanding of characters and situations. This is part of the speaking and listening progression map for intervention in secondary English.


Creative Generation whole-school success stories

A collection of Creative Generation case studies about enhancing specialist provision for pupils who are gifted and talented in the performing and visual arts including drama and music.

The National Strategies Last update: 2011

Lesson Starters - KS3 English Speaking and Listening

Four lesson starters to use in KS3 English speaking and listening

Teachers TV Created: Mon Mar 22 04:13:34 GMT 2010

Learning and teaching – Working towards level 7 or GCSE grade C/B in AF3 (Speaking + listening)

Topic 1: Using a range of dramatic approaches to explore complex ideas and issues from different perspectives

The National Strategies Last update: 2011

Year 5

Find out how to teach Year 5 children about the features of Shakespeare's language, how language has changed over time and the ways it is used to create dramatic tension. Find the relevant strands and learning objectives from the Primary Framework for ...

Year 6

Find out how to help Year 6 children explore some of the great themes of Shakespeare's plays. Find the relevant strands and learning objectives from the Primary Framework for literacy, suggestions for how to tailor the learning objectives and ideas on ...