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Shakespeare: To Teach or Not to Teach : Teaching Shakespeare Made Fun : From Elementary to High School

Average rating
4 out of 5
Based on 15 Ratings and 8 Reviews

Book Description
Excellent resource for teaching or directing Shakespeare. Great ideas for different teaching methodologies and plenty of across-the-curriculum activities. You, your colleagues, and your students will enjoy the clever means of incorporating math, science, art, journalism, music, social studies, physical education, and social issues into the study of Shakespeare.
Book Information
PublisherFive Star Publications
Reading LevelAll Ages
# of Pages112
Publication Date03/13/1992
The Creators
About Cass Foster (Author) : Cass Foster is a published author of children's books and young adult books. Some of the published credits of Cass Foster include Much Ado About Nothing (The Sixty-Minute Shakespeare Series) (The Sixt... more
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About Lynn G. Johnson (Author) : Lynn G. Johnson is a published author. A published credit of Lynn G. Johnson is Shakespeare: To Teach or Not to Teach : Teaching Shakespeare Made Fun : From Elementary to High School.
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Reader Comments
3/16/2010 Linda Radke said:
Shakespeare's works are as relevant and as inspirational today as they were when audiences first paid a penny to attend his plays. Teachers will tell you it is truly a magical moment when students discover the beauty and messages of his plays. The introduction of Shakespeare, however, is not an ... more

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