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Shakespeare's Inverted Language

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whughes Posted by: whughes

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This is a good idea that can be modified for any play. I wasn't sure about the first page, as some of the parts of speech didn't line up without my editing the page. But the second page activity was very useful. Students will have to think, but will discover they CAN handle the language. I'll be sure to "borrow" this for our Shakespeare studies.

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    Aug. 19, 2012
csebrell
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