Back to School Vocabulary Fun

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Check it out with Amazon Look Inside

Hi Everyone!

Here’s some Back to School vocabulary fun for Teens studying Shakespeare Sonnets in High School. Check It Out with Amazon’s Look Inside:

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Joe Wocoski

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Two Fun Books for Back to School Time

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Please share with other Parents, ask yourself, are your teenagers ready for high school? Soon they will be Back To School, here are some fun books to help them learn in a fun way about the US Constitution and Shakespeare Sonnets in High School:

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Joe Wocoski

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What Bible did Shakespeare use?

Shakespeare was born in 1564 to 1616, so even though it is not known for sure what Bible Shakespeare used, it is known that, as a boy, he studied Latin in school and he was Catholic and may have been an alter boy. So he would have been able to read the Catholic Vulgate Bible in Latin.

The first complete Roman Catholic Bible in English was the Douay–Rheims Bible: the New Testament portion was published in Rheims, France in 1582 and the Old Testament was published in two editions, part 1 in 1609, and part 2 in 1610.

 

The King James Bible was not published until 1611, because Henry the VIII converted the English State Religion to Protestantism from Catholicism Shakespeare may have also read the King James Version.

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How to Video for My Word Searches and other Word Games

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Not Sure How to Play?

Just watch my Free “Shakespeare Sonnet Word Game Foolery! YouTube video with how to play 5 different word games: Word Searches, Scrambles, Number Fumbles, Da Vinci Codes, and Cryptograms:

5 books to choose from, Get Your Copy Here: Shakespeare Sonnet Word Game Fun!

Thank you and May You Start Have Meaningful Fun Today!

IBCNU

Joe Wocoski

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