In ELA class1. Always speak in "Shakespearean talk." (i.e., adding 'eth' at the end of some words, and using old-fashioned language)
2. While reading aloud, pronounce some words in a strange way. (i.e., 'conservatory' would become 'con-serve-ate-ree' and 'lead' would become 'lee-id')
3. Doodle Shakespeare figures on any homework you are given.
4. Like in the book Frindle, by Andrew Clements, make up your own words and use them. (i.e., mix two words together and have the definition be a mixture of the definitions of the two starting words; 'confuzzled' is a combination of 'confused' and 'puzzled')
5. Talk in a different language.
6. Talk in an accent.