Complete Unit Plans for Teaching Secondary English

"Finally - A Resource Pack That Makes Teaching Shakespeare's Hamlet Easy and Stress Free"


Dear Teacher

I'm sure you've had a look around on the net for resources to help you plan your Hamlet unit or lessons, and I'm sure you've found that there are literally hundreds of lessons to comb over and choose from.  And really, that's the problem isn't it.

The vast majority of these lesson plans are terrible.  Many are simply a waste of class time.  Others are poorly written, confusing, convoluted.

If you're as busy as I am, and as most teachers are, you don't have time to sift through hundreds of lessons looking for the good ones.  It would take hours to put several together to create any kind of complete unit, and such a unit wouldn't flow correctly.  It wouldn't be a cohesive, consistent unit plan.

And this is why you are here.  You have found what you are looking for: a clear, complete, professional, step-by-step, stress-free unit plan that includes everything you need to teach Hamlet.

With The Complete Hamlet Resource Pack, all you have to do is show up in class and deliver the goods. You get everything you need to teach a full Hamlet unit including...

  • 3 complete sets of Hamlet lesson plans
  • dozens of handouts
  • countless assignments and projects
  • quizzes and questions for every scene and act
  • two comprehensive unit tests
  • and much more!

That means all the work is done for you.  A tiny investment on a complete unit plan will mean...

  • More free time!
  • Less stress!
  • No more late nights!
  • No boring prep work!
  • Compelling curriculum!
  • and complete confidence!

Right now, and only for a limited time, you can get all of this and much more for next to nothing!

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Take the Stress Out of Teaching

When I first began teaching, I insisted on doing everything myself.  I wanted to show my colleagues in the English department that I could come up with exceptional lesson plans all on my own.  And often I did, but it meant staying up until 1 or 2 am every night researching and planning.

I'm sure you've experienced what I'm talking about.  When one of my colleagues, a very talented teacher with decades of experience, realized what I was doing, he pulled me aside to have a word.  He asked me, "How much time do you spend planning a lesson?"

I thought about it for a moment and answered that it usually took me about an hour, sometimes more, to plan a good lesson.

He then asked me, "How long are these lessons?"  He knew the answer, but he was making a point.  At our school, periods lasted 80 minutes.  We used 15 minutes of every class for silent reading, and 5 minutes were spent getting settled in at the beginning of class and getting prepared to leave at the end.  As I crunched these numbers it struck me...

I was spending as much time planning as I was teaching!

Each day I was delivering approximately four hours of instruction, and each night I was spending approximately four hours planning.  And then there was the marking on top of that.

My esteemed colleague helped me see the imbalance in my practice.  It was insane to go on spending as much time planning as teaching.  Quite honestly, teachers don't get paid enough to put in double days.  I knew that if I kept going the way I was, I would soon burn out.

Don't Work Double Time

So what to do?  How could I solve this problem?  I didn't want to just show up for work unprepared and have to frantically wing it.  And I didn't want to give boring or pointless lessons. 

I wanted to give my students the best scholastic experience I could without over-extending myself.

The answer was that I had to realize there was no need for me to constantly reinvent the wheel.  Thousands of teachers had taught the same texts I was working with.  Why not benefit from their experience?  Why not take the very best of their stuff, tweak it to fit my style and personality, and make my own units that I could then reuse year after year.

I had to make an initial investment - good teaching resources aren't often free - but the potential ROI (return on investment) was tremendous.  I would use this stuff for the rest of my career, so why not spend a little money at the beginning.

Get Incredible Return on Investment

A few bucks is sure worth it for something that is going to make my life considerably easier and less stressful.

So I spent some time and money and put together incredible unit plans using resources and ideas from some of the best educators in the world.  I put each unit plan in its own binder, put each binder in my classroom cupboard, and PRESTO!!!!  my stress level decreased dramatically.

No more staying up all night trying to devise a new, creative, effective lesson.  I had everything already prepared and organized.  All I had to do was go to school and enjoy teaching.

Now I want to help other teachers who might find themselves in a position similar to the one I found myself in early on in my career. 

You can make a tiny investment, and instantly take the stress out of your lesson planning.  The best part is you only have to make the investment once, and it keeps paying dividends for the rest of your career.

It Doesn't Get Any Easier



Check out what you get with The Complete Hamlet Resource Pack:


  • Detailed Daily Lesson Plans
  • Clear, Step-by-Step Instructions
  • Dozens of Quality Handouts
  • Creative, Thoughtful Assignments
  • Quizzes and Tests
  • A Complete Unit Test
  • Scaffolding Tasks to Build Student Skills
  • Great Projects
  • Scene Summaries
  • Text Analysis and Paraphrasing
  • and much more!

The Complete Hamlet Resource Pack will give you...

  • Stress-free evenings
  • Hours of leisure time
  • Confidence in the classroom
  • A top-quality curriculum
  • A reason to be proud of your practice
  • Access to the ideas of exceptional educators
  • Something to share with your colleagues
  • A plan you can use year after year

All For Only   $27.97  


Limited Time Offer

Hamlet has consistently been my favourite unit to teach.  And no, it's not because I just love Shakespeare or that I'm a hopeless romantic.

It's because the students often enjoy it more than any other text they study.  You wouldn't think this would be the case.  But with the lessons I've developed and compiled, the play really comes alive for the class.  The kids see how relevant it is to their lives.  They recognize the typical teenage problems: an excess of passion and pride, desperate infatuation and love, intensified emotions, etc.

A Good Plan Makes it Easy

This play can be tremendously entertaining and rewarding for your students if taught the right way.

However, if taught the wrong way, Hamlet quickly becomes a dreadful bore for both the students and the teacher.  It can be an agonizing slog if you don't have a proper plan that emphasizes the right aspects of the play.

So, if you need a great lesson plan for tomorrow morning and want The Complete Hamlet Unit Plan right now, or if you're getting prepped for that next unit, or if you're just looking to add some excellent resources to your collection, simply click on the button below to get full instant access.

No More Prep Work

Read below to see what other educators are saying about My Complete Unit Plans:

Hi Susan,

I'd like to say thank you for this awesome unit!! 

I'm a first year teacher and it's been a little overwhelming trying to adequately teach this play.

Thank you,

Dana Lynch
English Teacher
Chesapeake Public Schools (Virginia)

Ms. Anderson

I purchased your Romeo and Juliet Unit Plan today.  Thank you so much!  I love the play but was dreading teaching it.


Mrs. Paula R. Van Winkle
English Teacher
Brunswick High School

I ordered and downloaded the unit. Excellent! :-)

Eva Oleska

Thanks for putting all your work out there for others to use! I appreciate it!

-Kimberly Muma

Dear Susan

I'm working with your fantastic lesson plans and I'm very happy with my purchase.

Thanks a lot for your great work.  It's been extremely useful.

Best regards,


Thanks Susan.  I have passed on the word to many of my ELA teachers so that they can make use of such remarkable resources.  Again, thank you.

Classie Wilson, Teacher
Sam Jamison Middle School

Thank you.  I am enjoying going through all the ideas you have created for Night.

Thank you.

Karen Saunders

Hi Susan,

I just wanted to say that I love your unit plans and as a semi-first year teacher (I'm a long-term substitute), they've been a real life and time saver!

Again, these are all awesome.  I don't think I can thank you enough for doing what you do!

- Andrea

Hi Susan.  Thank you for the wonderful unit plan on Black Boy.  I'm excited about it, which will make all the difference for my students.

Sarita Maolud


Thank you so much for getting back to me.  I've just started to study the text with my class and this is really helpful material.

Many thanks.

Iain Maclean

Dear Susan,

I fully intend to use your other unit plans based on the success that I have/am having with Night.

I teach in NY City in the Bronx in a very tough school and the way you set up the plan is keeping the attention of a very difficult crowd.  If the success that I am having with Night crosses over into the other plans you provided you will have made me a very happy teacher.  

The plans made my Vice Principal very happy.  We are working with a population that is primarily Hispanic, poor, and underserved in so many ways.  When we find something that works well with my students is worth it's weight in gold.  I actually have one student that is cutting his other English class and sitting in on my class because he wants to participate.   My administration is transferring him and I let them know what the student was doing but it made me (more importantly) feel good that the youngster wanted to be there but look good as well.  I have actually had several students try to gain access to my class to participate.  This is a good thing.

Much thanks and appreciation.


Mike Vacchio

Lynbrook, New York


I got your lesson plans and they are wonderful.

So helpful.  Thank you very much.

Susan Krill

I am very impressed with your unit on Romeo and Juliet. I haven't taught it in 34 years, so just wanted to save some time in getting ready.

Steve Lalonde

Thank you so much for such a complete unit.  The price is reasonable and every part of the unit was usable.

I was able to enjoy the book with my students.  The unit made The Hunger Games  understandable with meaning.

I look forward to more units for newer young adult literature.

Thanks so much!

Liz Motter
Hug High School
Special Education – English

Great unit plan Susan.  You really know your stuff.  I’m not a slacker, but I’ve never been accused of working too hard.  Your unit plan let me look like a superstar and all I had to do was show up.  You really put together a great package and I look forward to getting some additional stuff from you in the near future.

Thanks Susan.

Scott Killin

Your plans are really brilliant!  Congratulations and thanks again.

D. Meier

Dear Susan,

Thanks a lot for your great lesson plans.  I purchased your "Complete Unit Plans for Teacher Secondary English" and have to admit that my expectations have been successfully fulfilled.

 I'm currently using the unit plans for "The Catcher in the Rye."


Hello Susan,

I am a 10th grade teacher in MA who ordered your unit plans to teach The Crucible.  They are innovative and working well with my students.  I need them for an underperforming class.

Your plans make teaching these students easier and their comprehension levels have risen for these more intense texts.

Thank you!

Kimberly McDowell
English Language Arts
Putnam Technical Vocational High School

I should tell you that I provide a 100% satisfaction guarantee.  If you aren't absolutely thrilled with The Complete Hamlet Unit Plan, I will give you your money back.

No questions or hassles - just 100% of your money back!

If you have any questions about The Complete Hamlet Unit Plan, or if you have feedback you want to share, please email me at susananderson@englishunitplans.com

I would be happy to help in any way I can.

Thanks for taking the time to read through my website.


Susan Anderson

P.S. This really is a tiny investment with huge rewards.  It will be the best fourteen dollars you ever spend.

P.P.S. Remember not to stress out too much.  Teaching should be fun and rewarding.  Having a good plan can make all the difference.

P.P.P.S.   And remember, if you aren't completely satisfied, you get an instant 100% refund - no questions asked.  What are you waiting for?


It can be the best unit you teach all year if you have the right plan.

What Teachers Are Saying...

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Seattle, WA

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Cherry Hill, NJ

"I am very impressed with your unit on Romeo and Juliet. I haven't taught it in 34 years, so just wanted to save some time in getting ready."

Steve Lalonde

"I got your lesson plans and they are wonderful.  So helpful.  Thank you very much."

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Perry, Ohio

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Courtenay, BC

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Modesto, CA

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Portland, OR

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Trenton, NJ

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Hartford, CT
"Thanks for putting all your work out there for others to use.  I appreciate it."

Kimberly Muma

"I ordered and downloaded the unit.  Excellent! :-)"

Eva Oleska