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Shakespeare's Othello - a study guide for Educators and Students By Tracey Mills
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This study guide has been written by an English Educator for Educators and Students. Tracey Mills is a University graduate from the University of Natal, Durban, South Africa and has been teaching for... More > over 30 years. There have been many study guides written about Shakespeare's OTHELLO but this guide is different in that it is easy to understand and relevant to the High School learner, University student and Educator. There are easy to follow diagrams on the themes in the play, in depth exploration of characters and themes and plot - all user-friendly and easy to comprehend. It is an invaluable guide to Shakespeare's OTHELLO. It makes Othello, the man, come alive - become real to students of Shakespeare. Buyers of this study guide are welcome to contact Tracey Mills on her face book page TL Mills Books.< Less
Shakespeare and All That By Kendra Thomas
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Shakespeare and All That Elizabethan Theatre for English or Theatre teachers. Two weeks of Creative Lesson Plans proven in the Classroom.
SHAKESPEARE: AN HOMAGE TO By Jean Elizabeth Ward
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Shakespeare For The Student: the 1690 Sonnets as they originally were, from one love to another, and the Notes as Concrete Poems, and below each one, the Homage’s being paid to him by American... More > Poetess, Jean Elizabeth Ward. Index of Shakespeare’s words at the back of the book to complete this book, which is wonderful for a beginner who wants to study Shakespeare, but in the past has found it too difficult and demanding. The son of John Shakespeare and Mary Arden, he was probably educated at the King Edward IV Grammar School in Stratford, where he learned Latin and a little Greek and read the Roman dramatists. At eighteen, he married Anne Hathaway, a woman seven or eight years his senior. Together they raised two daughters: Susanna, who was born in 1583, and Judith (whose twin brother died in boyhood), born in 1585.< Less
SHAKESPEARE: AN HOMAGE TO By Jean Elizabeth Ward
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Shakespeare For The Student: the 1690 Sonnets as they originally were, from one love to another, and the Notes as Concrete Poems, and below each one, the Homage’s being paid to him by American... More > Poetess, Jean Elizabeth Ward. Index of Shakespeare’s words at the back of the book to complete this book, which is wonderful for a beginner who wants to study Shakespeare, but in the past has found it too difficult and demanding. The son of John Shakespeare and Mary Arden, he was probably educated at the King Edward IV Grammar School in Stratford, where he learned Latin and a little Greek and read the Roman dramatists. At eighteen, he married Anne Hathaway, a woman seven or eight years his senior. Together they raised two daughters: Susanna, who was born in 1583, and Judith (whose twin brother died in boyhood), born in 1585.< Less
Shakespeare the short course By Katherine A. A. Zupan
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a short but profound introductory course in several of Shakespeare's plays and selected sonnets
Shakespeare the short course By Katherine A. A. Zupan
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a short but profound introductory course in several of Shakespeare's plays and selected sonnets
Shakespeare in Small Doses By Martin Wynne
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Begin by downloading one of Shakespeare’s plays; then consider the options. Make reading easier by converting some dialogue into contemporary English or paraphrasing difficult Shakespearean... More > wording. Change the story line. Switch the genders of some characters. Add a running commentary from the perspective of any character. Create one or more final speeches. The six plays offer examples of how a word processor can be used to make changes to Shakespeare’s works. The method used to make the changes is explained in detail. A set of step by step instructions is included.< Less
Shakespeare: What's Thee Point? By Dan Chapman
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Three Essays Highlighting The Challenges Facing 21st Cenury Readers of Shakespeare - What is so bloody great about William Shakespeare? You have to ask yourself the question, in fact, if you’re... More > studying ‘English’ at any level you probably already have and you may have come to one of two conclusions: a) There is nothing great about William Shakespeare, or b) Maybe he is as great as everyone says he is but I just don’t get what all the fuss is about. With 1 in 3 children failing to pass their GCSE English at Grade C or above there seems to be an institutional problem with the way Shakespeare is speaking to us. Gillian West describes this disaffection as a result of pupils being “expected to feel awe for a writer who cannot even write understandable English.”< Less
Shakespeare: What's Thee Point ? By Dan Chapman, Jack Gant, Gemma Walters
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Three Essays Highlighting The Challenges Facing 21st Cenury Readers of Shakespeare - What is so bloody great about William Shakespeare You have to ask yourself the question, in fact, if you're... More > studying 'English' at any level you probably already have and you may have come to one of two conclusions: a) There is nothing great about William Shakespeare, or b) Maybe he is as great as everyone says he is but I just don't get what all the fuss is about. With 1 in 3 children failing to pass their GCSE English at Grade C or above there seems to be an institutional problem with the way Shakespeare is speaking to us. Gillian West describes this disaffection as a result of pupils being "expected to feel awe for a writer who cannot even write understandable English."< Less
Teen-Shakespeare Macbeth By Peter Morrisson
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The Teen-Shakespeare series is being developed in order to provide teenagers with a gateway into the most popular of Shakespeare's plays. However, each of these 90 minute scripts is far more than... More > just a pale imitation of the Shakespeare original ... but, rather, a substantial piece of theatre in its own right which has been deliberately devised to appeal to an age range for which there is currently a dearth of suitable titles. Updated to the setting of an exclusive and fiercely competitive Scottish boarding school, and with three menacing rap sisters lurking in the background, this script has been designed as a gateway into the original Shakespeare classic. By reincarnating the tragedy of this major Shakespearean character in a realistic contemporary teenage context, and by using language that teenagers can readily understand, this exciting new drama aims to help them better understand Shakespeare, themselves and each other.< Less