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5 edition of Shakespeare--to teach or not to teach found in the catalog.

Shakespeare--to teach or not to teach

grades three and up

by Cass Foster

  • 74 Want to read
  • 6 Currently reading

Published by Five Star Publications in Scottsdale, AZ .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616 -- Outlines, syllabi, etc.,
  • Activity programs in education.,
  • Drama in education.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementCass Foster and Lynn G. Johnson.
    ContributionsJohnson, Lynn G., 1947-
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPR2987 .F67 1992
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL1551165M
    ISBN 101877749036
    LC Control Number91030940

      There is no better time than the week leading up to Shakespeare's birthday to check out the Guardian Teacher Network's hundreds of lessons and teaching ideas on the BardAuthor: Emily Drabble.   I will certainly teach Shakespeare, and yes, even Hamlet until the end of (my) time. I would recommend a text, A Groundling’s Guide to Shakespeare’s Hamlet by Hikary K Justice (a former student) which says “provides an ‘infectiously readable’ and conversational introduction to reading and understanding Shakespeare in the 21st century; an .

      How to Teach your Children Shakespeare (Book): Ludwig, Ken: A foolproof, enormously fun method of teaching your children the classic works of William Shakespeare William Shakespeare's plays are among the great bedrocks of Western civilization and contain the finest writing of the past years. Many of the best novels, plays, poetry, and films in the . About How to Teach Your Children Shakespeare. A foolproof, enormously fun method of teaching your children the classic works of William Shakespeare To know some Shakespeare provides a head start in life. His plays are among the great bedrocks of Western civilization and contain the finest writing of the past years.

    Other tools for “Teaching Shakespeare” to your teen. Some tips on How to Teach Shakespeare so Your Students Won’t Hate edly kind of a low bar, but some good pointers, nonetheless. This is an excellent resource for teacher prep from Owlcation: How to Understand a high schooler could definitely “handle” this, too!   Teaching Shakespeare to Multiple Ages. While our homeschool spread only spans six and a half years or so, that still represents a significant difference in grade, skills, and interests. We have been enjoying Shakespeare just about every morning this quarter with our 12th, 10th, 8th, and 5th graders and it’s been going well!


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Shakespeare--to teach or not to teach by Cass Foster Download PDF EPUB FB2

"The tone of the book is enthusiastic and encouraging, the suggestions are realistic, and the activities are doable. Shakespeare: To Teach or Not to Teach is an excellent resource for any teacher setting out on the grand adventure of bringing Shakespeare's timeless plays to life." --Eclectic Home School Online/5(6).

To Teach or Not to Teach Shakespeare. The idea that Shakespeare has no place in the EFL classroom is a false one. With the right method and approaches, Shakespeare, his world and his plays, can be an exciting, invigorating subject for English learners.

The answer is a resounding "To Teach " There's nothing dull about this guide for anyone teaching Shakespeare in the classroom, with activities such as crossword puzzles, a scavenger hunt, warm-up games, and costume and scenery suggestions/5.

Designed to supplement the "Shakespeare for Children" series, this guidebook can be used by teachers who have no dramatic training or particular experience with Shakespeare and with students from elementary to high school.

The book begins with a rationale for teaching Shakespeare to children and a comprehensive introduction which includes background on Author: Cass Foster, Lynn G. Johnson. Two students square off in this point/counter-point arguing the importance of teaching Shakespeare in high school English classes.

To Teach--by Kassi Thornsbury William Shakespeare has produced many works of art that are now considered a somewhat sacred part of history and literature. He is mostly known for his brilliant plays but some would be surprised.

Shakespeare To Teach Or Not To Teach: A Teacher's Manual, can be used with elementary to high school Shakespeare--to teach or not to teach book, and is suitable for use in classroom, drama club and homeschool settings.

Teachers and parents need not be anxious over teaching Shakespeare anymore/5(4). Shakespeare: To Teach or Not to Teach is a must for every school library and for anyone teaching Shakespeare, whether in the elementary grades or high school (please consider it as an excellent companion to Sixty-Minute Shakespeare, also listed in this catalog).

About the Book: Shakespeare: To Teach or Not to Teach provides the basic tools for anybody (even you!) to introduce children to Shakespeare’s great works. The answer is a resounding To Teach. There's nothing dull about this guide for anyone teaching Shakespeare in the classroom, with activities such as crossword puzzles, a scavenger hunt, warm-up games, and costume.

Genre/Form: Outlines and syllabi Outlines, syllabi, etc: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Foster, Cass, Shakespeare--to teach or not to teach. A few weeks ago I picked up a book How to Teach Your Children Shakespeare by Ken Ludwig (aff link), dragged it along with me through multiple airports, and FELL IN LOVE.

You all, if you have ever doubted your ability to form a way to work on Shakespeare with your kids, you need to check out this book. Shakespeare: To Teach or Not to Teach.

“Why it is ridiculous not to teach Shakespeare in school. and that is the business of Shakespeare—to portray us as we are. The argument about college is trotted out quite a lot, from assessment methods to using lecture in instruction.

College is four years. A delightfully engaging guide to helping children fall in love with the works of William Shakespeare. William Shakespeare’s plays are among the great bedrocks of Western civilization and contain the finest writing of the past years.

From Jane Austen to The Godfather, many of the best novels, plays, poetry, and films in the English. I did not realize that this book is practically a manual on literally how to teach your children Shakespeare. Each chapter introduces a new work of Shakespeare or the subsequent part of one of his works.

The author suggests beginning teaching children Shakespeare at the age of six.I read the first chapter and skimmed through the other chapters/5. In How to Teach Your Children Shakespeare, acclaimed playwright Ken Ludwig provides the tools you need to inspire an understanding, and a love, of Shakespeare’s works in your children, and to have fun together along the way.

Ken Ludwig devised his friendly, easy-to-master methods while teaching his own children/5(). How To Teach Shakespeare (Even When You Think You Aren’t a Fan) I have always enjoyed classic literature, inspiring stories from history, and great works of art.

Until recently, however, I did not consider myself a fan of Shakespeare. Get this from a library. Shakespeare, to teach or not to teach: teaching Shakespeare made fun, from elementary to high school. [Cass Foster; Lynn G Johnson]. But that expectation is not a new one.

Hamlet, Macbeth, and Romeo and Juliet have been staples of any high school English curriculum for years upon years. I prefer Othello, so I teach that. But I. the English language and literature, including Shakespeare, to teach their students to “write and to read and to use words with some degree of skill,” and the study of complex works such as Shakespeare’s of course helps students to develop higher language.

Blade 3. Ken and Emily Mann will speak about their mutual love for the works of William Shakespeare and Ken’s Falstaff Award-winning book "How to Teach Your Children Shakespeare" — a perfect online offering for fans of Shakespeare, as well as teachers, parents, and kids engaged in Followers: 25K.

This homeschooling mom discusses her approach to teaching Shakespeare to younger children. To Shakespeare…. This article examines whether to teach Shakespeare or not and incorporates the beliefs of Charlotte Mason on this topic. Ambleside Online Shakespeare Rotation.

Get a one year rotation for teaching Shakespeare, including helpful links. 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. So writing a book about teaching Shakespeare to children may have seemed natural: His “How to Teach Your Children Shakespeare” won the Falstaff Award for best Shakespeare book of   I’m an English teacher, and I still teach Shakespeare.

I always will. Since I enjoy teaching Julius Caesar, I research new ideas each semester.I search for fresh pieces to add to my my searches, I’ve read many blogs and online forums where teachers do not teach an entire Shakespearean play – they teach pieces.