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Published: 19/02/2018
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Fun ways to memorise Shakespearean quotations

Lots of ideas for students to use when revising for any Shakespeare play.

Some of the fun memorisation techniques:

Pick six of your favourite phrases or lines from the play - record them on your mobile phone. Experiment with different tones and voices until you're happy.

Pick six quotations that make you laugh - memorise them and share them with a friend.

Pick one quotation from each act (the quotation should represent that act) and then memorise them in order. Share the five quotes with a friend or member of your family and allow them to ask you questions about the play.
                   

See other resources: Henry V | Julius Caesar | Macbeth | Much Ado About Nothing | Othello | Romeo and Juliet | The Merchant of Venice | The Tempest | Twelfth Night


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Stephen MitchellStephen Mitchell
In the new world of memorising quotations, this seems to be a useful guide. I haven't tried them yet, but I definitely intend to try several of these ideas.
Posted on 15th March 2018

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