William Shakespeare (1564-1616) gave the English language many phrases and sayings, which English speakers still use every day. Description from myblog-inplainenglish.blogspot.be. I searched for this on bing.com/images
silverwitch: Mare:- Mare is a female Vette, who gives people bad dreams at night by sitting on them in their sleep. She is a common belief in Germanic folklore, and appears in many different shapes. The Scandinavian words for Nightmare, are: Norwegian – Mareritt, Danish – Mareridt, Swedish – Mardröm, which directly translated means Mare-ride, and Mare-dream.
Secondhand smoke: Exposure to secondhand smoke linked to psychological problems in children and teens
Children and teens exposed to secondhand smoke are more likely to develop symptoms for a variety of mental health problems, including major depressive disorder, attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder and others, according to a study published in Tuesday’s edition of the journal Archives of Pediatrics and Adolescent Medicine. 4/5/2011
Shakespeare Reading Chart-Define and Critically Analyze Language & Vocabulary
Shakespeare Translation Chart-This is a three column chart that I use to help students pay close attention to Shakespearean language (it can be used with any of his plays). As they read, students record puzzling words or phrases from the text in the left-hand column.
Of all of cinema's translations of "Macbeth" nothing is more outstanding and amazing as Akira Kurosawa's "Throne of Blood." Some of the finest performances this subject has ever displayed are in this work. Kurosawa pulls off amazing visuals and makes some dated sideshow camera tricks work miracles.