10 Weeks of Shakespeare ~ Introductory Course for 7th-12th Grades
Learn about Shakespeare, watch one of his plays, and even perform some scenes yourself!
Fun lessons perfect for upper-grade students to do independently or for a teacher to use to lead a class through a study of Shakespeare at a homeschool co-op or school. Learn about how to pronounce Shakespeare, iambic pentameter, biography of William Shakespeare, the Globe Theater, Elizabethan theater, and memorization and performance tips. Memorize speeches, read through and watch monologues, watch A Midsummer Night's Dream, and perform an act from William Shakespeare's Star Wars.
Gena Mayo is a homeschooling mom of 8 who has been teaching music in various forms for over 25 years. She has a Bachelors degree in Music Education and a Masters degree in Vocal Pedagogy (teaching voice lessons). It is her desire to help all homeschoolers include music in their homeschools.
"Big confession: I took this course for me! I've been wanting to teach my kids about Shakespeare for a long time but I felt completely unequipped to do it until I started Gena's new course: 10 Weeks of Shakespeare ~ Introductory Course for 7th-12th Grades. Although she called it an introductory course I was just blown away by the vast content, awesome videos, and tons of links to get deeper into every module. I always thought a course about Shakespeare could be boring but it is exactly the opposite! This course is very thorough and fascinating. I absolutely recommend it."
~Ana Willis, homeschool mom of 3 and blogger at TheyCallMeBlessed.org.
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"Gena's online course 10 weeks of Shakespeare- Introductory Course for 7th-12th Grades is fantastic! It covers so much in just 10 weeks. It is perfectly laid out and easy to follow. This course provides great content, awesome videos and informative links that make learning about Shakespeare enjoyable rather than complicated. I also LOVE that it can be adjusted to teach grades K-6. I definitely recommend this course!"
~Jessica Anderson, homeschool mom of 2 and blogger at Intentional in Life.