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Key learning points

  1. In this lesson, we will check our prior knowledge of Shakespeare's world and Shakespearean context. We will then explore some key knowledge around Shakespeare's context, and also 'The Tempest'.

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5 Questions

Q1.
Shakespeare began writing in the 1500s, also known as...
the 15th centruy
Correct answer: the 16th century
the Victorian era
Q2.
Stopping writing around 1613, this would also be known as...
the 16th century
Correct answer: the 17th century
the Edwardian era
Q3.
The monarch until 1601 was...
King James
Correct answer: Queen Elizabeth
Queen Victoria
Q4.
The monarch from 1601 was...
Correct answer: King James
Queen Elizabeth
Queen Victoria
Q5.
Shakespeare's theatre was known as...
Correct answer: The Globe
The World
Wembley

Lesson appears in

UnitEnglish / Shakespearean Comedy - The Tempest

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