Pinterest • The world’s catalogue of ideas Relationship chart for As You Like It from the Chicago Shakespeare Theater's Teachers' Handbook for that play. It looks like the key is incorrect, so the boots mean "in the service of" and the heart means romantic interest.

Community Post: 10 Problems Only Teachers Will Understand

“I don’t get it!” ~student “Did you read the directions?” ~teacher “No. But it is still confusing!” ~student | Community Post: 10 Problems Only Teachers Will Understand

Chapter Study Guides: Student-Made, DURING Reading Activity for ANY Novel

Chapter Study Guides - for ANY novel unit to replace or support chapter quizzes. Students write summaries, test questions, discussion questions, famous quotes, and more! For secondary English classes

FREE to Drama Notebook members!This insanely fun game requires NO preparation. There are two pages to print out and cut apart--one that has questions and one that has the answers. Students each receive either a question or an answer and must find their right match as they mingle around the room. Includes complete instructions for play AND a teacher answer key that allows you to elaborate on the answers!,7,7 Chicago Shakespeare Theater has online teacher handbooks with information about the plays themselves, past performances, past reviews, and discussion questions.

Word of the Day/Week POSTERS Vol. II

Help your students learn a new word a week with these 40 word posters (that's more than enough for the entire school year!)

Reading Response Templates for Any Book {Literature and Informational Texts}