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William Shakespeare

Shakespeare project of the "LK 12" of the GSS

More on Shakespeare:
http://vccslitonline.cc.va.us/sonnet116/mainmenu.htm: Poetry Instruction with Shakespeare's Sonnet 116.
http://www.renfaire.com/Language/index.html: Proper Elizabethan Accents - Meant for the faire worker, but suitable for the scholar...
http://www.iolani.org/usacad_eng_eng10pterms_cw9404.htm: English 10 Literary Terms - Poetry.
http://www.shakespearehigh.com/classroom/guide/page1.shtml: Reading Shakespeare's Plays - A complete lesson plan...
http://www.acepilots.com/bard/ws_word.html: Shakespeare Dictionary - An extremely selective and personal dictionary of troublesome words found in Shakespeare.

For June 29.th, 2005:
Homework for June 29.th: Please write an analysis of the two approximately 7 minute long DVD sequences that we have watched in class. Make use of the information about "films in class" and on "stylistic elements" as you find it on http://www.schuleisttoll.de/englisch.html.

What I presented in class on June 27.th:
"Romeo und Julia" Preis: EUR 9,99. FSK: Freigegeben ab 12 Jahren. Darsteller: Olivia Hussey, Leonard Whiting. Regie: Franco Zeffirelli. Musik: Nino Rota. Infos zu diesem Titel: Sprache: Deutsch (Mono), Englisch (Mono), Französisch (Mono), Spanisch (Mono), Italienisch (Mono). DVD Erscheinungstermin: 1. November 2004. Produktion: 1968.
"William Shakespeare's Romeo und Julia" Preis: EUR 17,99. FSK: Freigegeben ab 12 Jahren. Darsteller: Leonardo DiCaprio, Claire Danes. Regie: Baz Luhrmann. Musik: Nellee Hooper, Craig Armstrong. Infos zu diesem Titel: Sprache: Deutsch (Dolby Digital 5.1), Englisch (Dolby Digital 5.1), Spanisch (Dolby Digital 5.1). DVD Erscheinungstermin: 1. November 2001. Produktion: 1996. ASIN: B00004S5PP

For June 27.th, 2005:
Homework for June 27.th: Please read this document for June 27.th:
http://www.absoluteshakespeare.com/plays/romeo_and_juliet/a2s2.htm: William Shakespeare - Romeo and Juliet: Act II. Scene II.

Still the basis for our textual work:
http://www.shakespeare-w.com/english/shakespeare/terms.html: William Shakespeare - Essential knowledge for understanding Shakespeare (maybe you should print that in "landscape format").

What I presented in class on June 24.th:
Shakespeare_R-and-J_Act_I_Scene_I-part-two.pdf: William Shakespeare - Romeo and Juliet: Act I. Scene I: About Tybalt.

For June 24.th, 2005:
Homework for June 24.th: Download this file: Shakespeare_R-and-J_Act_I_Scene_I.pdf and translate the given text into German. Later write an analysis of this passage. Please watch "How to read and write about a Shakespearean play" - see top of page of the document - this should help you...

Please have these three documents ready for June 24.th:
http://www.absoluteshakespeare.com/plays/romeo_and_juliet/a1s2.htm: William Shakespeare - Romeo and Juliet: Act I. Scene II.
http://www.absoluteshakespeare.com/plays/romeo_and_juliet/a1s5.htm: William Shakespeare - Romeo and Juliet: Act I. Scene V.

For June 22.th, 2005:
Homework for June 22.th: Download this file: Shakespeare_R-and-J_The_Prologue.pdf and write a text about this sonnet. It's the prologue from "Romeo and Juliet". Present as much as possible about content and technique of this poem. Please think of the "four questions from the box" - see top of page of the document - they should help you...

Please have these two documents ready for June 22.th:
http://www.absoluteshakespeare.com/plays/romeo_and_juliet/romeo_and_juliet.htm: William Shakespeare - Romeo and Juliet: About the play
http://www.absoluteshakespeare.com/plays/romeo_and_juliet/a1s1.htm: William Shakespeare - Romeo and Juliet: Act I. Scene I.

For June 20.th, 2005:
Homework for June 20.th: Write a text about sonnet 18 ("Shall I compare thee to a summer's day?") and present as much as possible about content and technique of this poem. Please think of the "four questions from the box" (see top of page of document Shakespeare_sonnet_18.pdf) - they should help you...

Please have this one document ready for June 20.th:
Shakespeare_sonnet_147.pdf: William Shakespeare - Sonnet 147.

For June 17.th, 2005:
Homework for June 17.th: Write a text about sonnet 116 ("Let me not to the marriage of true minds") and present as much as possible about content and technique of this poem.

Please have these two documents ready for June 17.th:
Shakespeare_sonnet_18.pdf: William Shakespeare - Sonnet 18.
http://www.poetry-online.org/shakespeare_sonnet_147_my_love_is_as_a_fever.htm: William Shakespeare - "My love is as a fever". Sonnet 147 - A poem by William Shakespeare.

What I presented in class on June 15.th:
Shakespeare_and_Grammar-part-two.pdf: William Shakespeare - On Shakespeare's grammar and pronunciation (Part Two).

For June 15.th, 2005:
There is no homework for June 15.th. I will be presenting the material in class. It is much more fun this way...
But please have these three documents ready for June 15.th:
Shakespeare_and_the_sonnets.pdf: William Shakespeare - Sonnets.
http://www.poetry-online.org/shakespeare_sonnet_116_marriage_true_minds.htm: William Shakespeare - "Let me not to the marriage of true minds". Sonnet 116 - A poem by William Shakespeare.
http://www.shakespeare-w.com/english/shakespeare/terms.html: William Shakespeare - Essential knowledge for understanding Shakespeare (maybe you should print that in "landscape format").

For more information (June 15.th, 2005):
http://academic.brooklyn.cuny.edu/english/melani/lit_term.html: William Shakespeare - Literary Terms.
http://www.poetry-online.org/poetry-terms.htm: William Shakespeare - Poetry Terms and Poetry Forms.

For June 13.th, 2005:
http://www.bardweb.net/grammar/01syntax.html: William Shakespeare - Shakespeare's Grammar.
http://ise.uvic.ca/Library/SLTnoframes/literature/pronunciation.html: William Shakespeare - Shakespeare's Pronunciation.
William_Shakespeare_-_Shakespeares_Pronunciation-The_MP3s.pdf: William Shakespeare - Shakespeare's Pronunciation (Transscription of the MP3s).
Shakespeare_and_Grammar-part-one.pdf: William Shakespeare - On Shakespeare's grammar and pronunciation (Part One).

For June 10.th, 2005:
http://www.bardweb.net/england.html: William Shakespeare - Elizabethan England.
http://www.bardweb.net/language.html: William Shakespeare - The Language of Shakespeare. Also read "Shakespeare's Grammar": "Introduction", "Syntax" and "Rhetorical Devices".

For June 6.th, 2005:
http://www.absoluteshakespeare.com/william_shakespeare.htm: William Shakespeare - Shakespeare is renowned as the English playwright and poet whose body of works is considered the greatest in history of English literature.
Famous_quotations_by_William_Shakespeare.pdf: William Shakespeare - Famous quotations by William Shakespeare.

Shakespeare Festival in the Globe Neuss/Germany:
http://www.shakespeare-festival.de: William Shakespeare - Shakespeare Festival in the Globe Neuss/Germany: Program 2005.

For more information (June 6.th, 2005):
http://www.absoluteshakespeare.com: William Shakespeare - Absolute Shakespeare, the essential resource for William Shakespeare's plays, sonnets, poems, quotes, biography and the legendary Globe Theatre.
http://www.poetry-online.org/shakespeare-william-poetry.htm: William Shakespeare - The Poetry of William Shakespeare.
http://www.absoluteshakespeare.com/plays/plays.htm: William Shakespeare - Shakespeare Plays: All the plays from 'All's Well That Ends Well' to 'Twelfth Night' in the complete original texts with summaries. Divided into comedies, histories and tragedies.
http://www.absoluteshakespeare.com/plays/romeo_and_juliet/romeo_and_juliet.htm: William Shakespeare - Shakespeare Plays: Romeo and Juliet, arguably Shakespeare's most famous play...


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