2 edition of Shakespeare in the classroom . found in the catalog.
Shakespeare in the classroom .
Includes bibliographical references (p. 17-18).
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Shakespeare in the Classroom: What's the Matter?: Leach, Susan, Harrison, Frank F.: Books - or: Susan Leach, Frank F. Harrison. Shakespeare in film, filming Shakespeare: different versions of Hamlet in the EFL classroom / Anike Bauer & Carola Surkamp --Gender reconstructions in Shakespeare's Taming of the Shrew / Christian Ludwig --Animating The Tempest: power, passion, and spectacle / Michael Meyer --Hamlet goes manga: texts, topics, teaching / Nancy Grimm --Evil Is At.
In setting forth their classroom techniques they otter critical insights as well as stimulating ideas for use by other teachers. Their suggestions range from different pairings of plays, provocative questions for discussion, and ways of reading aloud, to projects for class performances and even possibilities for teaching Shakespeare outside the. In September of , Quirk Books recieved an email from Adam Watson, a teacher in Crestwood, Kentucky. Like a lot of the teachers who have emailed us about Ian Doescher's William Shakespeare's Star Wars series, he was wondering if he could grab a few posters for his classroom.. As the emails continued, he asked if he could host Ian as a Skype guest.
Get this from a library! Shakespeare in the classroom: plays for the intermediate grades. [Albert Cullum]. The Shakespeare Book Dorling Kindersley’s The Shakespeare Book offers an overview of Shakespeare’s works in chronological order, setting out the plots, characters, themes and interpretations in a clear and imaginative way. Whether you’re looking at poetry, sonnets or plays, this book offers a fresh perspective for all readers: newcomers.
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This book has become a truly valuable resource in my classroom. The plays presented here retain the quality and power of the originals, yet made accessible to a younger audience. They will serve as an excellent introduction for many young people to the world of Shakespeare.
Once again, Dr. Cullum creates a classic!5/5(7). The articles presented deal with Shakespeare's texts in all respects, with his comedies, tragedies, histories and sonnets, and offer fresh methods for interacting with them in the classroom, introducing analytical, interactive, performative and creative : Maria Eisenmann.
Shakespeare Plays in the Classroom: Julius Caesar Paperback – December 1, by Linda Cardozo (Author), Christine Hood (Author)Author: Linda Cardozo, Christine Hood. Series: Shakespeare in the Classroom; Paperback: 64 pages; Publisher: Good Apple Inc (December ) Language: English; ISBN ; ISBN ; Product Dimensions: x x inches Shipping Weight: ounces; Customer Reviews: Be the first to write a review; Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #4, in Books (See Top in Books)Author: Lori Cardoza-Starnes, Christine Hood.
This resource presents scripts for eight Shakespearean plays. The scripts are adapted for classroom presentation by intermediate level students. Each play includes introductory materials, instructions for staging and costumes, a vocabulary list, and a cast of characters.
Enough roles are provided for participation by every child in the class. Only picked the book to go through the chapter on Shakespeare but ended up reading most of it. There are a few good examples of schemes and activites which can be used in the classroom. However, some of the ideas can be somewhat unpractical or unachievable in normal mainstream schools unless you can pull some strings or are, like the author 3/5.
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Shakespeare and Classic Works in the Classroom book. DOI link for Shakespeare and Classic Works in the Classroom. Shakespeare and Classic Works in the Classroom book. Teaching Preth Century Literature at KS2 and KS3. By Dennis Carter. Edition 1st Edition. First Published Author: Dennis Carter.
The Curriculum collection (on Level 5 of Fisher Library) holds many resources for teaching Shakespeare in the classroom. The collection includes works by Shakespeare published specifically for school curriculums or for engaging students with Shakespeare's : Christine Tennent.
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Again it’s dedicated to his th birthday. Basing its approach to Shakespeare in the classroom on new perspectives offered by recent critical analysis, this book places Shakespeare within a wide cultural and.
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Ornstein, Robert. Shakespeare in the classroom. Urbana, Ill.: Educational Illustrators, (OCoLC) Shakespeare in the Primary Classroom Are you a teacher wondering how to give your school children a great first encounter with Shakespeare.
In our practical workshops you will discover the best ways to engage and inspire children through a hands-on approach to discovering Shakespeare in the Primary Classroom. Links to Find Excellent Books; To Kill A Mockingbird ; Romeo and Juliet ; Too Cool for School Page.
Holicong MS; Romeo and Juliet ; Shakespeare in the Classroom - Miramax. Released to support the film Shakespeare in Love, and featuring many of the cast, this film is a great background and introduction to Romeo and Juliet. Shakespeare’s work can be shocking at times, but doesn’t this also provide welcome respite from the safe and anodyne world of the course book.
Don’t be frightened to bring the Bard ('Boldness be my friend!) into your classroom. “Shakespeare in the Classroom” Video Guide reading page 39 Who was not allowed to appear on stage. _____ What was one of the main components audiences, as well as critics, wanted to see.
_____ Who was the most popular playwright in Shakespeare’s time. _____ “Shakespeare in the Classroom” Study questions Author: szeigler Last modified by: szeigler Created Date: 1/6/ PM Company: Denton ISD Other titles “Shakespeare in the Classroom.
Shakespeare in the Classroom by Susan Leach Basing its approach to Shakespeare in the classroom on new perspectives offered by recent critical analysis, this book places Shakespeare within a wide cultural and educational context before looking at particular applications of these critical approaches to his texts within the : Shakespeare in the Classroom: What's the Matter.
Paperback – 1 June by Susan Leach (Author), Frank F. Harrison (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Amazon Price New from Used from Paperback, 1 Jun "Please retry" Author: Susan Leach, Frank F.
Harrison. Released to support the film Shakespeare in Love, and featuring many of the cast, this film is a great background and introduction to Romeo and. Here are a few of our favorite Shakespeare videos for the classroom. You can also check out our playlist of favorite Shakespeare videos here (and be sure to subscribe to WeAreTeachers YouTube channel while you’re at it.).
Remember to check out these videos yourself before you show them to your students because only you know what will work for the children in your classroom.Shakespeare and the classroom.
London, Heinemann  (OCoLC) Named Person: William Shakespeare; William Shakespeare; William Shakespeare: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Kenneth Hudson.Because of the competing strands in politics and the curriculum, I think it's time to state what is worth believing in when teachers work with youngsters and Shakespeare in the classroom.
There is a social or socializing agenda worth defending here, but not quite as governments may conceive it.