Ready to ✨transform✨ teaching Shakespeare with inclusive text pairings? This resource is part of a series to help teachers find supplements and updates for core texts in order to add more inclusivity to their curriculum.
What you can expect when teaching Shakespeare using this planning resource:
⭐️ What role does family play in one’s identity?
⭐️ What is the continued relevance of Shakespeare?
⭐️ Free Will vs. Fate/Destiny
⭐️ Appearance vs. Reality
⭐️ Deception and Betrayal
⭐️ Gender roles
⭐️ Class structure
⭐️ Critical background for educators
⭐️ Shakespeare’s life & times
⭐️ Shakespeare’s language
Suggestions for replacement texts
What teachers like you are saying about the teaching Shakespeare inclusive planning resource:
Your Teaching Shakespeare inclusive unit planning resource includes:
⭐ 30+ inclusive text suggestions & annotated ideas organized by teaching topics, like essential questions, themes, and literary devices/techniques
⭐ A guide for rethinking the classics with affirmations & a “how to” for auditing your texts