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Timelines are a wonderful way to display information so people can better understand a chain of events in sequence. I thought this timeline of William Shakespeare was interesting because it showed the progression of his life and his work within the same information graphic. http://timelines.com/

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Look like the innocent flower but be the serpent under't ... Shakespeare ... Lady Macbeth ... Quote ... Macbeth

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Vince Noir has long since tipped us off that the ruff was making a comeback, and here it is. This time round though there are many new and exciting interpretations of this accessory. Giles Deacon has translated the original shape into a decorative collar using camouflage shapes, instantly bringing this historic shape bang up to date. Gareth Pugh has added drama suing the ruff in his ‘Lady Macbeth’ collection.

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As Shakespeare's work grew in popularity, it began to spread outside of England…
from OUPblog

Shakespeare around the world [infographic

As Shakespeare's work grew in popularity, it began to spread outside of England…

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from Book Patrol: A Haven for Book Culture

The Bard by the Numbers

Shakespeare in Numbers//This would be fun to show my students when we read Hamlet later in the semester

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William Shakespeare's 'Macbeth' Act 1 Scene 1: Translation (1 of 60)

from Mail Online

By Suzanne Moore for The Mail on Sunday

Touched with greatness: Alexander McQueen arrives for a party with Sarah Jessica Parker. Alexander McQueen changed our clothes and our minds - and, boy, could he wear a kilt.

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3-2-1 ELA English Language Arts Reading Closure Activity - could be used for any 2nd language learning (translate and use for Spanish language building)

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Nika Danielska... this makes me uncomfortable

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