Last summer I put together an Operetta Bingo sheet, scientifically designed to capture the most popular cliches present in light opera. Well, it just seemed obvious to apply the same process to Shakespeare's plays. Given the huge number of cliches present in Shakespeare, I thought it wise to break them down by genre. Today we look at the comedies. BINGO
One way to gauge your student's understanding of this Shakespearean comedy is by quizzing them on each act. You may wish to ask the questions following each act, quiz them on the entire play at the end or combine the two assessments.
This is a picture of the famous writer, William Shakespeare. During the English Renaissance, Shakespeare wrote all four types of plays that were apart of the Renaissance. They were Comedy, Tragedy, Pastoral, and Historical. He is the author of the play Titus Andronicus. The play was written in 1589. Titus was a revenge tragedy, and this play was William Shakespeare's first tragedy.
"If music be the food of love, play on." William Shakespeare - Twelfth Night - one of my favorourite Shakespearean comedies, that I saw 4 times in 2011 at the Stratford Festival in Stratford, Ontario, Canada