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Shakespeare Tragedies Part I-Hamlet and Othello

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 This lesson will focus on 2 of Shakespeare's famous tragedies: Hamlet and Othello. Shakespeare's historical impact on society through his writing will be discussed and debated.  Students will gain an appreciation for his writing style, use of language, and dramatic presentation. 

Learning Targets: 
Identify iambic pentameter in Shakespeare's work.
Recognize how language impacted his readers
Compare his style to the styles of today
Understand and appreciate the human experience through Shakespeare
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bsquared20
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Common Core Language Arts