NOTE: This is the fourth in a series of four posts on easing your students into Elizabethan English without terrifying them.
You’ve taught your kids scansion. You’ve introduced them to Shakespeare’s poetry. You’ve given them a little taste of his humor. You’ve pushed them to think about his language. But they’re still not quiiiiiiiite convinced they’ll be able to understand his plays. He’s just too fancy.
Today is the day you take him down a peg or two. Continue reading “Chapter 21: Roasted by the Bard”