for Secondary Education in the UK.
Product List
My Downloads
Checkout / Card
Find Resources By Subjects

Shakespeare Survival Pack ... Julius Caesar

Price: £25.00
Age Range: KS3 KS4

Understand the plot, recognise the cultural and historical context of the play, and appreciate Shakespeare's language. Worksheets of differing complexity explore specific and general issues. Coursework suggestions are included.

Topics include: Character analysis and development; Interaction of themes; Relationships between characters; Plot structure and development; Use of language, emotion, humour, dramatic tension and irony.

Order this publication:

Quantity Format
Choose delivery option (CD or download) at checkout.
Size: 73 Pages
ISBN: 978 1 86025 079 8
Author(s): Jane Waters
Code: SHJC
Popularity rank: 417

Teachers who bought this publication also bought:

Contents List

LESSONS

  • 1 WHAT? WHERE? WHEN?
  • 3 DICTATOR V. DEMOCRAT
  • 5 CAESAR TRIUMPHANT
  • 7 ROMAN IMAGERY
  • 9 WARNINGS
  • 11 THE LEADERS
  • 13 SACRIFICER OR BUTCHER?
  • 15 PORTIA'S LOYALTY
  • 17 LOYAL BRUTUS?
  • 19 CAESAR: MY VIEW
  • 21 CALPHURNIA'S DREAM
  • 23 THE DIRECTOR'S CUT
  • 25 UNNATURAL V. NATURAL
  • 27 THE KILLING
  • 29 'O, PARDON ME ...'
  • 31 'FRIENDS, ROMANS ...'
  • 33 BRUTUS' SPEECH
  • 35 GHOST STORY
  • 37 BATTLE!
  • 39 VICTORY!
  • 41 CASSIUS' LIFE
  • 43 THE BEST ENDING?
  • 45 THE NOBLEST ROMAN?
  • 47 LOYALTY AND AMBITION
  • 49 TRUE OMENS
  • 51 HONOUR OR BETRAYAL?
  • 53 STOP PRESS!
  • 55 SECRET LETTERS
  • 57 THE LAST WORD
  • 58 DIAGRAM OF AN ELIZABETHAN STAGE
  • 59-60 EXTRA WORKSHEETS FOR NOTES
  • 61-67 WORKSHEET TEXTS

Reviews

05/01/05

Teacher Testing Report

This is a more active approach to Shakespeare.
Was this review helpful to you?
05/01/05

Teacher Testing Report

What I liked about the outline of the pack was the wide range of activities and approaches.
Was this review helpful to you?
05/01/05

Teacher Testing Report

I like the variety of approaches to character study and the study of themes, language and dramatic structure, many of which would be transferable to other texts.
Was this review helpful to you?
31/03/97

Bob Ford at National Association of Teachers of English

IF you believe that the text can't stand by itself at this level, then this is the boiled sweet to go with the cod liver oil.
Was this review helpful to you?