Day 1: Introduce Twelfth Night to your students. Use the time after reading the play to discuss the plot, characters, and the setting to ensure everyone understood the premise.
Day 2: Watch the animated Twelfth Night video. Discuss differences between reading and performing a play.
Day 3: Have students make a collage of Illyria. They can either work on their own or in groups. If they work in groups, have students make a collage of one of the scenes of the play. In order to ensure this goes smoothly, assign each group a specific scene. The collages can be made of tissue paper, magazine clippings, etc.
Day 4: Have students present their artwork to the class. Talk about how in Shakespeare's time only men were in plays.
Day 5: Talk about the moral implications of the play. If you assign homework, assign on Monday for students to write (or think about) the question: Is it ever acceptable to pretend you're someone you're not? -or- Have you ever pretended you were someone else? Use these questions as a springboard to talk about what happens when someone pretends to be someone else while referring to the characters in the play.