Up with prepositions!

As I mentioned the other day, I am using an activism theme to (hopefully) motivate my students next semester, and I will be decorating my classroom to reflect that theme. As part of that effort, I have created a set of mock protest signs designed to reinforce the kids’ understanding of various English II texts and concepts:

Sophocles’ wrongfully imprisoned heroine gets the Leonard Peltier treatment….

The definition of a simple sentence.

Calling out Shakespeare’s corrupt King Claudius.

It’s a grammar joke. Get it? Up? With? Ah, never mind….

More posters — including additional Hamlet-themed humor — are below the fold. Continue reading Up with prepositions!