Even the most resolutely disengaged students can finally 'discover' and thrill to the rhythms and passions of Shakespeare's plays! Award-winning teachers and Shakespearean scholars have extensively trialled their approach to teaching Shakespeare's plays in the classroom, and this series is the result! The plays in this series are becoming increasingly popular for student resources in schools as English and Drama teachers discover their fabulous teaching and learning qualities. Insight Study Guides are written by experts and cover a range of popular literature, plays and films. Designed to provide insight and an overview about each text for students and teachers, these guides endeavor to develop knowledge and understanding rather than just provide answers and summaries.
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You will not necessarily pick up the rhythm of a line straight away, but the more you read Shakespeare, the more you will develop a feel for blank verse, and especially for the all-important iambic pentameter. b The trochee It is ...
... two evil sisters present themselves to the King and the way they present themselves to one another. e Dramatic pauses As we have seen in our discussion of trochees, Shakespeare does not always adhere strictly to iambic pentameter.
... of one) preparèd [pre-PAR-ed] (three beats instead of two) Be on the lookout for a variety oflanguage forms throughout the play: blank verse, rhyming couplets in iambic pentameter (with the occasional trochee), prose and songs.
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