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Shakespeare

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Shakespeare Online

 

You can Stream Shakespeare Plays Online from London's Globe Theatre

 

PBS Activity Packs: Shakespeare activities

 

Cable in the Classroom: Shakespeare: Subject to Change: Lots of resources

 

Folger Library: Teaching activities and resources

 

Canadian Adaptations of Shakespeare Project

 

7 Quirky Ways Students Learn Shakespeare

 

Hamlet movie page

 

Kill Shakespeare online comic

 

Massive List of Phrases that Shakespeare Created that We Still Use Today

 

Blog: Shakespeare Geek

 

How Did Shakespeare Originally Sound?

 

Podcast: Not Shakespeare: Elizabethan and Jacobean Popular Theater

 

Videotapes of scenes from the plays

 

Romeo + Juliet film

 

Studies in Shakespeare

 

Unlocking Shakespeare's Language: Help for the Teacher and Student: See sample chapter

 

Shakespeare Magazine

 

EdSitement: Teaching A Midsummer Night's Dream: Conflict Resolution and Happy Endings

 

Skaksper: The Global Internet Conference

 

Shakespeare High

 

ReadWriteThink: Constructing New Understanding through Choral Reading of Shakespeare

 

Shakespeare Illustrated [descriptions of illustrations employed with the plays]

 

Photos of Shakespeare play performances

 

PBS: In Search of Shakespeare - Shakespeare in the Classroom

 

PBS: In Search of Shakespeare - Teaching Shakespeare with Technology

 

PBS: The Shakespeare Mystery: Who Was He? [authorship issue]

 

PBS: Much Ado About Nothing [authorship issue]

 

The Interactive Shakespeare Project

 

Shakespeare Help [resources for various plays]

 

About Shakespeare

 

Triangulating Shakespear [lots of perspectives on teaching Shakespeare]

 

About.com search: "Shakespeare"

 

Shakespeare Essays, Articles, and Book Excerpts

 

Shakespeare and His Critics

 

ShakespeareNet [resources]

 

Shakespeare Resource Center

 

Electronic Shakespeare Resources

 

Shakespeare Homework Helper

 

Teachers First: Teaching Shakespeare

 

Sher’s Shakespeare Index

 

Interactive Shakespeare Project

 

Absolute Shakespeare

 

Literary Resources - Renaissance

 

The English Renaissance

 

The Shakespeare Web

 

Shakespeare Illustrated

 

Shakespeare Theme Page

 

King Lear @ Web English Teacher

 

Macbeth @ Web English Teacher

 

Romeo and Juliet @ Web English Teacher

 

Shakespeare @ Web English Teacher

 

Hamlet @ Web English Teacher

 

The Shakespeare Corner

 

Hamlet-The Royal Shakespeare Company Guide

 

King Lear-The Royal Shakespeare Company Guide

 

Romeo and Juliet Resources

 

Surfing with the Bard-Macbeth

 

ERIC Digest Dramatic Activities in Language Arts Classrooms: Resource Summary

 

Drama For Those Who Do Not Like Or Understand Drama

 

The Family on Stage: Creative Play Production in the Classroom

 

Research in Drama Education

 

Teachit's English Teaching Resources: Drama Studies

 

Drama Resource @ Web English Teacher

 

All the Classroom's a Stage!

 

Children's Theatre/Creative Drama

 

Drama in Education Site

 

Dramatic Storytelling in the English Classroom

 

Engaging Critical Reader Response to Literature Through Process Drama

 

Justin's Drama and Theatre Links

 

Reader’s Theatre @ Web English Teacher

 

Virtual Seminars for Teaching Literature

 

Molly Schned and Jane Dolan explore Hamlet via Web2.0 tool enhanced analysis and performance

 

David Weinberger: Go See Twelfth Night: Argues that students show play, not just study Shakespeare

 

Production of Romeo & Juliet at the Globe Theater

 

Shakespeare on the Internet

 

TeachersFirst Shakespeare Page

 

Hamlet Homepage

 

SCORE Cyberguides: Hamlet [Bell High School]

 

SCORE Cyberguides: Julius Caesar

 

Shakespeare Illustrated: Art work/paintings of the era

 

Shakespeare: Subject to Change: alternations in the plays

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