Ap21/16 Samples of student #Hamlettweets from online
We’re going to have some fun! While we read through our play, Hamlet, together, we’re going to try tweeting about it as if we were observers in this community where all the tragedy unfolds. We had to work out a few procedure items to start:
- Are you going to use your own personal Twitter handle or make another for this school project?
- What common Hashtag are we going to use so we can all follow/see what we’re tweeting as a group? (Our answer #ktownb30)
- I (teacher) had to decide if I’m going to use my own twitter handle or make a new one
We wanted to check and see if anyone else was really using #HamletTweets and they have been, numerous classes seem to have added comments. Other teachers have had students write the tweets on paper and then the teacher tweeted them on behalf of the students. There are lots of ways to go about trying this!
Here is a collection of some of the funniest ones we saw.
— MWaldner (@MarcyWaldner) April 27, 2016
“My uncle-father and aunt-mother have got the wrong idea” #hamlettweets comical reflection
— MWaldner (@MarcyWaldner) April 28, 2016
— Tess Tom (@TessaKtownhigh) April 28, 2016
— Sarah Lorntson (@MrsLorntson) May 31, 2012
— Ophelia✨ (@OGPhelia) October 24, 2014
— Mama Gertrude (@brother_lover99) October 27, 2014
Hamlet buys groceries Act 1: “Cart or basket? …that is the question.” #HamletTweets
— C Alexandra (@NerdCactus) February 20, 2015