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Badge icon "Comedy (1552)" provided by Karl Turner, from The Noun Project under Creative Commons - Attribution (CC BY 3.0)
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To achieve this badge, you must successfully achieve all badges within the Play Upon Me suite.

Have a look at the badges below.  Click on each badge to be taken to the criteria and exemplars for each achievement.

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Badge icon "Theater (1551)" provided by Jonathan C. Dietrich, from The Noun Project under Creative Commons - Attribution (CC BY 3.0)Write a complete collection of scene summaries for a shakespearian play.

Badge icon "Feather (6794)" provided by Polina Flegontovna, from The Noun Project under Creative Commons - Attribution (CC BY 3.0)Show how your understanding of a Shakespearian play has been affected by your research of the social/historical context of the piece.

Badge icon "Microscope (1868)" provided by Stuart McCoy, from The Noun Project under Creative Commons - Attribution (CC BY 3.0)Critically analyse an element of complex structure, figurative language or linguistic effect in a text.

Badge icon "Knife (7159)" provided by Alma Julieta Felix, from The Noun Project under Creative Commons - Attribution (CC BY 3.0) Re-write a scene from a Shakespearian play. The new scene should be set in a new context and, while the language will be altered, clear references to the original text must be evident.

Badge icon "Castle (2478)" provided by Matthew R. Miller, from The Noun Project under Creative Commons - Attribution (CC BY 3.0) Participate in a performance of a scene from a Shakespearian play. This scene can be performed in a classroom setting and the performance of scripts that are interpretations of Shakespeare’s scenes are also acceptable.

Badge icon "Pencil (3198)" provided by Christopher Lee, from The Noun Project under Creative Commons - Attribution (CC BY 3.0) Submit a piece of developed written literary analysis that compares more than one text on the basis of their use of language or their examination of theme.

Badge icon "Ribbon (3391)" provided by Nicolò Bertoncin, from The Noun Project under Creative Commons - Attribution (CC BY 3.0) Re-draft and edit no less than three paragraphs of an extended piece until they are perfect.

 

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