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Seven stages of man

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Peter Joseph

on 15 October 2014

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Transcript of Seven stages of man

Seven ages of man
William Shakespeare

By John Varghese
& Peter Joseph

Seven ages of man
in a nutshell.
The Seven ages of Man is a poem taken from William Shakespeare's famous play "As you like it." The poem describes the different phases in a man's life, from the birth place to his grave. Shakespeare defines the world as a global stage, and the men and women as mere puppets in the hands of destiny. A man's total number of acts in his lifetime, are the Seven ages of Man
Stages in a man's life.
School Boy

Infancy: GROUP A
School Boy: GROUP B
Lover: GROUP C
Soldier: GROUP D

Group Debate
To try and understand the lesson thoroughly, by elaborating the assigned topic.
William Shakespeare
William Shakespeare was an English poet and playwright. He is often called England's national poet and "Bard of Avon." His plays have been translated into every major living language and are performed more often than those of any other playwright.
Explain why your stage of life is comparatively the best. Give valid reasons agreeing to this.

Turns will be provided according to the text.
Vocabulary Matching Exercise
i) A Satchel
iii)To make an entrance
iv) Puke
v) Whine
vi) To make an exit
vii) To Play a part
viii) To play Someone
i) Actors
ii) To act
iii) To appear on the stage
iv) To be a character in a plane
v) To leave the stage
vi) To make a miserable high pitch note.
vii) To Vomit
viii) A school bag
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