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        Lear and Cordelia | Shakespeare Uncovered

        Use these videos about King Lear to explore the conflict and resolution between father and daughter in the play. This lesson is best used during or after a reading of King Lear. Using video, text, graphic organizers, and text-dependent discussion questions, students will learn about the play's ever-changing family dynamic.

        "Nothing Will Come of Nothing": Cordelia's Banishment | Shakespeare Uncovered

        This video explores King Lear’s “love game” in the beginning of the play and the resulting banishment of Cordelia. (This lesson is best used during or after a reading of Act I, Scene 1 of King Lear.)

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        "No Cause, No Cause": Cordelia's Return | Shakespeare Uncovered

        This video explores the reunion of Lear and Cordelia, now the queen of France. (This lesson is best used during or after a reading of Act IV, Scene 7 of King Lear.)

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        "Vex Not His Ghost": Lear's Final Moments | Shakespeare Uncovered

        This video explores the final moments of Lear's life and why his death is "sublime" and full of hope. (This lesson is best used during or after a reading of Act V, Scene 3 of King Lear.)

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        Lear and Cordelia: Flashcards | Shakespeare Uncovered

        Use these interactive vocabulary flashcards to learn the meaning of many of the words used in the video segments.

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