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Hamlet eNotes Lesson Plan
by eNotesOne of the best-known plays ever written and undoubtedly William Shakespeare’s most popular, Hamlet was first performed in 1601 or 1602. Although it appears Shakespeare took the basic premise from...
Hamlet eNotes Curriculum Plan
by eNotesMany of William Shakespeare's works feature “stock” characters. Stock characters have commonly recognized traits. In Shakespeare’s theater company, the same actor often played the same stock...
Hamlet eNotes Reading Response Prompts
by eNotesWhat supernatural element is established immediately in the play? Why has Horatio been asked to stand watch with Barnardo and Marcellus? Describe Hamlet’s emotional state after the death of his...
Hamlet eNotes Teaching Guide
by eNotesThis guide highlights some of the most salient aspects of William Shakespeare's Hamlet before you begin teaching. In helping guide your students through the text, they will gain insight into...
Hamlet Reading Comprehension Quiz
by Tessie BarbosaThis quiz contains reading comprehension questions for Hamlet.
Hamlet on Film Lesson Plan
by eNotesThrough viewing Laurence Olivier’s, Franco Zeffirelli’s, and Kenneth Branagh’s film versions of Shakespeare's Hamlet, students will see how one director interprets the text of the play. Students...
Hamlet Literary Devices Lesson Plan
by eNotesTheme Revealed Through Motif: This lesson plan focuses on Shakespeare’s use of motif in developing an important theme in Hamlet. Students will examine deception as a major motif in...
Hamlet Act 3, Scenes 3 and 4 Dialogue Analysis Activity
by Tessie BarbosaThrough dialogue, playwrights reveal a character’s motivations, personality traits, and relationships with other characters. Diction (word choice) plays an essential role in writing dialogue...
Hamlet Character Analysis Lesson Plan
by eNotesGertrude and Ophelia as Shakespeare's Innocents Destroyed: This lesson plan focuses Gertrude’s and Ophelia’s roles as innocent, tragic victims in Hamlet who succumb to the demands...
Hamlet Act II Open-Book Scavenger Hunt
by Michael Stultz, M.A.
Hamlet Acts 1-3 Review PowerPoint
Hamlet STUDY QUESTIONS
Hamlet - A Comprehensive Analysis
The Hamlet List: 10 Projects
by Ashley Robinson
Hamlet as a Revenge Tragedy
Hamlet: Symbolism Exercise (Ophelia's Bouquet)
by Jamie WheelerLITERARY DEVICE: SYMBOLISM-ANDLECTURE TOPIC: OPHELIA’S BOUQUET Symbolism is the use of objects to represent abstract ideals. Although it the term was not specifically coined until the late 1850s,...
Characterization in Hamlet
by Susan Hurn
Hamlet's Attitude to Women
by cambtoneIt is possible that Gertrude did not have the freedom to do what she wanted because it may have been the convention that the widowed Queen marry the King’s closest relative, though Hamlet clearly...
by amy-lepore32-second Hamlet Actor 1 Who’s there? Actor 2 A little more than kin and less than kind. Actor 2 Frailty, thy name is woman! Actor 8 Fear it, Ophelia! Actor 3 Neither a borrower nor a lender...
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