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Let’s test your knowledge of Shakespeare’s language. How well do you know Shakespeare?. Let’s see how much Shakespeare you know…. All that glitters is ________ Not a _______ stirring To thine own self be ______ ___________ one’s last breath. Some more?. Break the _________

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let s see how much shakespeare you know
Let’s see how much Shakespeare you know…
  • All that glitters is ________
  • Not a _______ stirring
  • To thine own self be ______
  • ___________ one’s last breath
some more
Some more?
  • Break the _________
  • Vanish into _________ air
  • Wear one’s _________ on their sleeve
  • Eat out of _________ and home
your turn
Your turn
  • You are going to use the expressions that Shakespeare created to write your own little story or paragraph.
  • You will write your story in the online classroom and then your friends can share your new-found love for Shakespeare!
kids are quoting shakespeare
Kids are Quoting Shakespeare
  • Dead as a doornail
  • Laughing stock
  • Tower of strength
  • Blinking idiot
  • Budge an inch
  • Laugh yourself into stitches
  • Too much of a good thing
  • She wears her heart on her sleeve
  • Eat out of house and home
  • All that glitters is gold
  • To thine own self be true
  • Vanish into thin air
  • Your own flesh and blood
  • Truth will out
  • Make a virtue of necessity
  • Seen better days
  • In a pickle
  • Without rhyme or reason
  • As luck would have it
  • But me no buts
  • Heart of gold
  • We have seen better days
  • Give the devil his due