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1. Distribute “All the World’s a Stage”
2. Read aloud, asking pupils to look for the ways Shakespeare signals the many
different ages to his reader. Write them on the white board as they are found.
3. Copy down the discursive markers in order.
 Can pupils see a pattern in the discursive markers?
 Why does he use “sixth” instead of “then” or “and then” or any other number?
4. Distribute comic strip worksheets (differentiated from no quotations, through
3 or 4 to cut up ones to glue on to blank comic strip sheet).
5. Explain to pupils what they should do with the work sheet, modelling quoting
using quotation marks and ellipses on the board).
6. Pupils to fill in comic strip with quotations before drawings.