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Whether you're reading Macbeth, Romeo & Juliet or The Tempest, decorate your class with these colourful key quote posters for students to analyse...
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Shakespeare’s plays are a standard study in schools for good reason. Sure, not all students will immediately appreciate why he was the greatest writer of all time, but the better they understand this the more they’ll get from his works.
So we’ve put together this collection of key quote posters to put up in your classroom for some of the Bard’s most-studied plays at Key Stage 3 and 4.
Click on any of the images below to download 10 colourful quotation posters for each play (six for The Merchant of Venice) and a worksheet with these quotes included for students to analyse or take notes.
Download Hamlet quote posters and worksheet here.
Download Macbeth quote posters and worksheet here.
Download The Merchant of Venice quote posters and worksheet here.
Download Much Ado About Nothing quote posters and worksheet here.
Download Othello quote posters and worksheet here.
Download Romeo and Juliet quote posters and worksheet here.
Download The Tempest quote posters and worksheet here.
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