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Teaching Shakespeare is a major contribution to the knowledge and expertise of all teachers of Shakespeare in schools, colleges and institutions of higher education. It makes explicit the principles of active learning which underpin Cambridge School Shakespeare, and helps teachers to develop their existing good practice/5(5).
It includes new contributions by leading practitioners from Shakespeare's Globe, the Shakespeare Schools Festival, the Shakespeare Birthplace Trust and the Cambridge School Shakespeare editorial team.
Teaching Shakespeare makes explicit the 'Active Shakespeare' principles which underpin Cambridge School Shakespeare and includes activities and /5(6). Op-Ed by Lorrie Moore on how “Shakespeare [is] elemental, formative, fateful.” A Few Questions, Mr.
Shakespeare Selected questions and answers on Shakespeare from the Folger Shakespeare Library. Shakespeare: The Question of Authorship Sunday Book Review article on three books about Shakespeare and questions of authorship and biography.
Teaching Shakespeare provides creative routes into the world of Shakespeare, while helping to bring a selection of his works vividly to life with resources from some of the UK’s major cultural institutions. Created by TES, the Teaching Shakespeare hub is a result of a cultural partnership with the BFI, the British Museum, Into Film, the RSC and the V&A.
Together, we worked to. teaching Shakespeare, the smaller goals of teaching students to understand his complex characters, themes, dramatic structure and media, and artistic techniques all add up to helping students understand complexity in general.
Great literature, like Shakespeare’s, is complex – mostly, because life is complex. Some examples of. Teaching Shakespeare is a major contribution to the knowledge and expertise of all teachers of Shakespeare in schools, colleges and institutions of higher education.
It makes explicit the principles of active learning The new teaching of Shakespeare in schools book underpin Cambridge School Shakespeare, and helps teachers to develop their existing good practice/5(16).
Get this from a library. Shakespeare, our personal trainer: teaching Shakespeare in secondary schools. [Margaret Rose; Cristina Paravano; Roberta Situlin;] -- "This collection of essays is multidisciplinary and wide-ranging. The authors, literary and theatre specialists, scientists from various fields, and a psychiatrist, present Shakespeare's works from.
This book is a great introduction to teaching Shakespeare. Some of the reviews said this book is "tired" and "doesn't present anything new." However, as a first-time teacher of Shakespeare, this book has given me a lot of confidence and ideas that have already been successful in 4/5.
With schools and universities closing their doors and students and teachers opening their laptops, I’m seeing and hearing lots of trepidation about making the leap to online instruction.
The American Shakespeare Center has worked for years to facilitate student learning through our workshops, study guides and supplementary materials. Teaching Shakespeare 3. Our third issue, a student take-over by University of York undergraduates, offered insight into teaching Shakespeare in Israel, using the plays with children on the autistic spectrum thanks to the actor/director/educator Kelly Hunter, as well as investigating the incentives for post-graduate students of Shakespeare.
Other contributors include the. This course is for all primary school teachers, whether they have a good understanding of Shakespeare or have simply watched Shakespeare in teachers will leave with increased confidence, a tool kit of resources and inspirational ideas ready to bring Shakespeare to life in the Primary classroom.
Surpassing even A Year in the Life of William Shakespeare, Shapiro’s gripping chronicle is an absolute must for teachers of King Lear and Macbeth.
Key idea: A background of political and civil strife inspired some of Shakespeare’s finest tragedies. A Feminist Companion to Shakespeare edited by Dympna Callaghan. Book a Course. Contact our learning team with all enquiries, or to book a course.
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Unlock Shakespeare’s themes, characters and stories inspired by the unique setting of the Globe. Through storytelling, workshops, tours and in-school projects, we bring Shakespeare alive for your pupils through active engagement with his theatrical world.
SECONDARY SCHOOLS & POST Knock down walls that prevent students connecting with. The Cambridge School Shakespeare series was invaluable when I started teaching Shakespeare–their core belief is that the plays should be acted and watched, and the books are full of creative, out-of-your-seat ideas for each section of the play.
Get out of the classroom. Join us for a weekend at the Blackfriars Playhouse where you will rediscover the joy and accessibility of teaching Shakespeare. Led by our Shakespeare and Performance experts (including Co-Founder and Director of Mission Dr.
Ralph Cohen, Director of Education Sarah Enloe, and our team of Education Artists), these hands-on seminars will reignite. From Unit Plan: History According to Shakespeare This list includes resources for teaching the Shakespearean play, Julius Caesar, as well as resources for building background with your students in order to decipher truth from fiction.
Ancient Rome: A Complete Resource that Helps Kids Learn about this Fascinating Civilization by Alexandra Hanson-Harding. The RSC Certificate in Teaching Shakespeare is a transformative suite of courses which have been designed to develop teachers’ skills and confidence in using RSC rehearsal-room approaches in the classroom.
Are you teaching Shakespeare this year. Join teachers from nine states who now use WordPlay TM Shakespeare eBooks in their classrooms. The plays are available in two formats: For iPad and Mac in iBooks format.
For any device - Tablet, PC, large smart phone, you name it - with a browser and internet connection. Act 1 Scene 2 from “Twelfth Night”. (Photo: Folger Education) I work at a college preparatory school for students with language based learning differences, and I teach a yearlong course on the works of Shakespeare.
My students’ learning profiles are diverse. I like to say that the only thing my students have in common is that they all.
Teaching Shakespeare contains classroom resources and lessons including schemes of work, images and videos for Shakespeare planning, language, plays and performance.
Teaching Shakespeare with Purpose shows teachers how to approach Shakespeare's works as vehicles for collaborative exploration, to develop intentional frames for discovery, and to release the texts from over-determined interpretations.
In other words, this book presents how to teach Shakespeare's plays as living, breathing, and evolving texts. Teaching Shakespeare is a major contribution to the knowledge and expertise of all teachers of Shakespeare in schools, colleges and institutions of higher education.
It makes explicit the principles of active learning that underpin Cambridge School Shakespeare and helps teachers develop their existing good : Cambridge University Press. Get this from a library. Teaching Shakespeare. [Rex Gibson] -- Presents Shakespeare teaching aids and lesson ideas, discussing various theoretical approaches and covering such aspects as character, story, themes, dramatic effect, and language.
Also discusses. Her work focuses on literacy education, teaching English as a second language and educational equity in urban, multicultural contexts. She has written more than 12 peer-reviewed journal articles and book chapters, and has a co-authored a book with Columbia University’s Teachers College Press, titled “Real World Writing for Secondary.
96 Incredibly Useful Links for Teaching and Studying Shakespeare The idea of tackling Shakespeare in school has sometimes sent chills down both students' and teachers' spines, but the truth is that studying Shakespeare doesn't have to be so daunting.
I love teaching Shakespeare and made many of my students love him too. The classes would often go dead quiet as we read through. The high schools I have taught at have covered the “requisite 4” as I like to call them (12th night, R&J, Macbeth, Hamlet) and kids groaned every time.
Introduction to Teaching Shakespeare for Beginners Shakespeare Refresh for Returnees a.m. Break a.m. Choice of Workshops Much Ado About Something Hamlet: Thought Versus Action p.m.
Lunch p.m. Choice of Workshops: Much Ado About Nothing focus The Fine Line Between Love and Hate Hero, the Jilted Bride: Victim, Martyr or. Thanks to partnerships with the Folger Shakespeare Library and the Open University, Britannica is proud to offer the following videos—from primary, middle, and high school teachers as well as from scholars and various experts—as classroom aids and discussion prompts.
Introducing Shakespeare to. As Teaching Shakespeare participants and therefore Library summer fellows, they had access to the Reading Rooms, the Theatre, the collection, and the expertise of many Folger staff members as well as the Teaching Shakespeare faculty.
They did research, explored print and digital tools for understanding Shakespeare and practiced. Teaching a Different Shakespeare From the One I Love. But as I have discovered in my teaching, it is a different Shakespeare from the one with whom I first fell in love. Many of my students.
If what is missing in Shakespeare teaching is the performance element, theatres are obvious allies. From next month, students will be able to download a podcast of Much Ado About Nothing recorded.The Graduate School of Education and Allied Professions, in collaboration with the Folger Shakespeare Library and Connecticut Writing Project-Fairfield, will offer a one-week, three-credit summer institute for high school teachers from July 30 to August 3, The institute is modeled on the Folger Library’s successful Teaching Shakespeare Institutes and will be taught by a .