Divide the students into pairs and have them create a dialogue to present to the class. The dialogue should be between Touchstone and a fictitious country person that could have been in "As You Like It." What does Touchstone lecture the person about and how does he go about wording it in his poetic verse?
In small groups, have the students come up with modernized versions of Ganymede and Aliena. They can sketch their ideas or use props to deliver their presentations to the class. The students should explain why they have chosen to modernize the costumes in the way they have.
Map the Forest
Have groups draw geographic maps of the Forest of Arden. Using information from the play, map the forest from the perspective of one or more characters and their journeys through the forest. Where do they stop? What are the...
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