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The Lambs' Shakespeare tales By Charles and Mary Lamb
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What every student - even every scholar - needs: the long-tested and enjoyable summaries of shakespeare's favourite plays
Shakespeare Loves Bollywood By Patrice Kyger
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Rachel Hill, who teaches Shakespeare at NYU, adores Bollywood movies. Her fascination brings extraordinary academic success . . . and an unexpected twist in the relationship with her department... More > chair, a man Rachel's determined to loathe.< Less
The American Shakespeare Center Study Guide: Romeo and Juliet By Cass Morris
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The American Shakespeare Center Study Guide: Romeo and Juliet
The American Shakespeare Center Study Guide: Twelfth Night By Cass Morris
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American Shakespeare Center Study Guides are a valuable resource for educators at the Advanced Placement and collegiate level, providing a start-to-finish outline for exploring a play through the... More > ASC’s methods of performance-based learning. Our mission is to help you recover the joy of Shakespeare with your students through both his wordcraft and his stagecraft. Your students will discover that Shakespeare uses their language to tell their stories — stories of love and hate, jealousy and betrayal, dysfunctional families and challenging friendships — as vital and vivid now as they were four hundred years ago. Our goal is to get teachers out of the mindset that they have to teach Shakespeare like a novel. We encourage you to rearrange your classroom so that students explore the plays on their feet.< Less
American Shakespeare Center Study Guide: The Merchant of Venice By Cass Morris
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The Merchant of Venice: American Shakespeare Center Study Guides are a valuable resource for educators at the Advanced Placement and collegiate level, providing a start-to-finish outline for... More > exploring a play through the ASC’s methods of performance-based learning. Our mission is to help you recover the joy of Shakespeare with your students through both his wordcraft and his stagecraft. Your students will discover that Shakespeare uses their language to tell their stories — stories of love and hate, jealousy and betrayal, dysfunctional families and challenging friendships — as vital and vivid now as they were four hundred years ago.< Less
The American Shakespeare Center Study Guide: Twelfth Night By Cass Morris
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American Shakespeare Center Study Guides are a valuable resource for educators at the Advanced Placement and collegiate level, providing a start-to-finish outline for exploring a play through the... More > ASC’s methods of performance-based learning. Our mission is to help you recover the joy of Shakespeare with your students through both his wordcraft and his stagecraft. Your students will discover that Shakespeare uses their language to tell their stories — stories of love and hate, jealousy and betrayal, dysfunctional families and challenging friendships — as vital and vivid now as they were four hundred years ago. Our goal is to get teachers out of the mindset that they have to teach Shakespeare like a novel. We encourage you to rearrange your classroom so that students explore the plays on their feet.< Less
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
The American Shakespeare Center Study Guide: The Two Gentlemen of Verona By Cass Morris
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The American Shakespeare Center Study Guide: The Two Gentlemen of Verona.
American Shakespeare Center Study Guide: From Class to Cast - Digital Edition By Cass Morris
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American Shakespeare Center Study Guides are a valuable resource for educators at the Advanced Placement and collegiate level, providing a start-to-finish outline for exploring a play through the... More > ASC’s methods of performance-based learning. Our mission is to help you recover the joy of Shakespeare with your students through both his wordcraft and his stagecraft. Your students will discover that Shakespeare uses their language to tell their stories — stories of love and hate, jealousy and betrayal, dysfunctional families and challenging friendships — as vital and vivid now as they were four hundred years ago. Our goal is to get teachers out of the mindset that they have to teach Shakespeare like a novel. We encourage you to rearrange your classroom so that students explore the plays on their feet.< Less
The American Shakespeare Center Study Guide: From Class to Cast By Cass Morris
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American Shakespeare Center Study Guides are a valuable resource for educators at the Advanced Placement and collegiate level, providing a start-to-finish outline for exploring a play through the... More > ASC’s methods of performance-based learning. Our mission is to help you recover the joy of Shakespeare with your students through both his wordcraft and his stagecraft. Your students will discover that Shakespeare uses their language to tell their stories — stories of love and hate, jealousy and betrayal, dysfunctional families and challenging friendships — as vital and vivid now as they were four hundred years ago. Our goal is to get teachers out of the mindset that they have to teach Shakespeare like a novel. We encourage you to rearrange your classroom so that students explore the plays on their feet.< Less