English Literature- this is a poster I definitely want hanging in my room! I could also see a lesson on this during the period when I'm teaching some Shakespeare! As much as some kids hate reading him, this would be useful. Not sure of any downsides to this poster besides the cheating that might occur if you test them on a quote mentioned on the poster.
In one version, students use Shakespeare’s language to hurl insults, poetry-slam style. In the other version, students try to flatter and impress using unique combinations of Shakespeare’s honeyed words. Two separate engaging and creative lessons.
Create a "Shakespeare's Tweet of The Week" board that include actual quotes from Shakespeare's plays that are still relevant today. The hashtag (#) will tell your students what Shakespearean text the quote came from.
Shakespeare For All Ages Project (Lesson plans- 22 tasks- key added) from Hugs in! on TeachersNotebook.com (39 pages) - Project about the great William Shakespeare with a variety of tasks for kids and also students from up to 12th graders.