Shelley Brockelsby

Shelley Brockelsby

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Navigating Digital Texts with Skitch | A blog post from @MsJordanReads focusing on different ways to use the Skitch app with iPads in the classroom

Navigating Digital Texts with Skitch | A blog post from @MsJordanReads focusing on different ways to use the Skitch app with iPads in the classroom

In this set of debate activities by Bespoke ELA, students will participate in a series of debates in response to "yes/no" questions about Shakespeare's play Macbeth. There are 10 debate questions in all. Students will collect evidence to support both sides of the argument and then debate a side with their peers in order to practice constructing logical arguments supported by textual evidence. Each debate chart is followed by an argumentative writing assignment.

In this set of debate activities by Bespoke ELA, students will participate in a series of debates in response to "yes/no" questions about Shakespeare's play Macbeth. There are 10 debate questions in all. Students will collect evidence to support both sides of the argument and then debate a side with their peers in order to practice constructing logical arguments supported by textual evidence. Each debate chart is followed by an argumentative writing assignment.

Video and activity on Shakespeare's use of iambic pentameter.

Video and activity on Shakespeare's use of iambic pentameter.

"Comic Book" with both original and "translated" A Midsummer Night's Dream: in Full Colour, Cartoon, Illustrated Format (Shakespeare Comic Books) by William Shakespeare http://www.amazon.com/dp/0955376130/ref=cm_sw_r_pi_dp_yVMKwb1STS69P

"Comic Book" with both original and "translated" A Midsummer Night's Dream: in Full Colour, Cartoon, Illustrated Format (Shakespeare Comic Books) by William Shakespeare http://www.amazon.com/dp/0955376130/ref=cm_sw_r_pi_dp_yVMKwb1STS69P