Making Shakespeare fun

Fab English ideas

Let me make it clear from the start that this is a blatant advert for the “playing with plays” series that I stumbled across on twitter.

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I’ll set the scene, I teach in a French speaking secondary school in Switzerland and give an extra class for English speakers. These kids were often born here, have never been in English speaking education but obviously have a very good level thanks to imput from family, friends, etc. It’s interesting to see that, although it might be their maternal language, English is not necessarily their first language.

The objective of this class is to improve spelling, increase vocabulary, and learn more than they would in a class for non-native speakers.
The fact the class is at the end of the day and is not taken into account in the end of term results (needed to pass into the next class) means that it’s…

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