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Shakespeare and the classroom

Arthur Kenneth Hudson

Shakespeare and the classroom

by Arthur Kenneth Hudson

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Published by Heinemann in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Shakespeare, William, -- 1564-1616.

  • Edition Notes

    Previous ed: 1954.

    Statementcompiled for the Society for Teachers of English by A.K. Hudson ; with a foreword by Bernard Miles.
    ContributionsSociety for Teachers of English.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19886249M

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One of the many, many videos from the Royal Shakespeare Company, this video is a great place to start for teachers. It provides some hands-on ways to introduce rhythm in Shakespeare’s works. Ken Ludwig at Politics & Prose, on his book, How to Teach Your Children Shakespeare. Ken Ludwig "How to Teach your Children Shakespeare" - YouTube.

This book had some good background information about the teaching and criticism of Shakespeare set out in a simple manner. This is especially useful to teachers who may not have had any specific training in teaching Shakespeare and focuses on active teaching methods including classroom performance.4/4(5).

An active approach to classroom Shakespeare enables students to inhabit Shakespeare's imaginative world in accessible and creative ways.

Students are encouraged to share Shakespeare's love of language, interest in character and sense of ntially revised and extended in full colour, classroom activities are thematically organised in distinctive 'Stagecraft', 'Write about it /5(12).

Classroom Tip: This is the version of the story we study so students can understand the basics of the play and have the background to have deeper, more meaningful class discussions.

The purpose of teaching Shakespeare at this level is to give a basic understanding of. Then he decided to use the book in his class. Fast forward a few months and Adam had developed an entire lesson plan circulated around William Shakespeare's Star Wars. And it was amazing.

"I have been an English high school teacher since In my classroom, it seemed natural to include Star Wars references whenever possible. COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus.

In Reading Shakespeare Film First, Mary Ellen Dakin asserts that we need to read Shakespeare in triplicate—as the stuff of transformative literature, theater, and film.

The potential for the mutual reinforcement and transfer of twenty-first-century literacy skills between text and film is too promising for classroom teachers to overlook.

2. Wordplay Shakespeare. Shakespeare never designed his plays to be read coldly from a book. He meant for people to enjoy them by watching a performance. Wordplay puts both platforms in the hands of students -- on the left-hand side of the screen is the original text, and on the right-hand side are actors who perform every word for students to.

When the teaching of Shakespeare is a subversive activity, his texts are understood as relevant to students, and, in a phrase provided by Neil Postman and Charles Weingartner, in their book, Teaching as a Subversive Activity, studying them serves “some purpose that is related to the life of the learner.” A central tenant of Teaching as a Subversive Activity is that “the critical content.

At that point, it’s a Q&A about whatever Shakespeare title they are reviewing, Shakespeare, or even book writing and publishing. You can engage your class this way on a first day of Shakespeare, or, if you are interested in learning more about me coming in for a classroom visit, you can email me at brendan at Shakespeare and the classroom.

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Here, you’ll find lots of fun resources to help you liven up your lessons and get students excited about Shakespeare in. Shakespeare and Classic Works in the Classroom book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers.

With supportive guidelines for Key Stages 2 3/5. To sign up, complete the Registration Form, and you will be sent the classroom code for Google Classrooms. If you have any questions, please email [email protected] Each play has four separate learning blocks: Plot, History, Text Analysis, & Performance for you to learn all aspects of Shakespeare’s works.

This contemplative anthology offers personal essays by noted scholars on a range of topics related to the teaching of Shakespeare. Ideal for the graduate student, it addresses many of the primary concerns and rewards of the discipline, drawing on the variety of special skills, interests, and experiences brought to the classroom by the volume's distinguished contributors.

The New Classroom Shakespeare approach provides multiple access points for engaging with Shakespeare's plays. Detailed understanding of the text is the foundation of further study and is the basis of the New Classroom Shakespeare approach.

Activities springing from the text are wide-ranging and varied; they include written responses, group work presentations and computer-based technology 4/5(1). Presents the original text of Shakespeare's play side by side with a modern version, discusses the author and the theater of his time, and provides quizzes.

Fantastic classroom resource. Historical fiction. This first book is a picture book for the little ones, but the other two are excellent middle school/high school reads. Will’s Quill, or How a Goose Saved Shakespeare By Don Freeman.

- Long live the Bard. Try these lessons and activities to make the works of William Shakespeare come to life for your students.

See more ideas 37 pins. As part of our continued partnership with the RSC and our common goal of bringing creativity into the classroom we teamed up with five incredibly talented UK artists and photographers to reimagine Shakespeare for the 21 st century via illustration, photography and comic book artistry, using Adobe Creative Cloud tools.

The importance of creativity in education cannot be underestimated, and. Shakespeare Teaching Resources Sometimes teaching Shakespeare to kids can be a daunting task and you may feel there are no teaching resources out there to help you.

Actually, if you have never done it before, it is definitely a daunting and somewhat humbling endeavor.READ Shakesfear and how to cure it. For teachers and lovers of Shakespeare, ShakesFear and How to Cure It by ASC Co-Founder and Director of Mission Dr.

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