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A day in the life of William Shakespeare

Russell T Davies and the cast of A Midsummer Nights Dream on the challenges of adapting Shakespeare and the values of letting the Bard into your life.

The Usborne Internet-linked World of Shakespeare by Anna Claybourne and Rebecca Treays

Winner of the TES Information Book Award A colourful new edition of this fascinating introduction to Shakespeare's life, work and times.

FREE Resources and Printables to Study Shakespeare

FREE Resources and Printables to Study Shakespeare

Shakespeare 400 identity

Commemorating the life and work of William Shakespeare and marking the anniversary of his death in - A story from the State Library of New South Wales

Audio: The British Library have released the first audio guide to how   Shakespeare's plays would have sounded in the original pronunciation.

Listen: how Shakespeare really sounded

Sir Brian Vickers, a visiting professor at University College London, provoked his fellow academics by raising the question of Shakespeare’s sexuality

WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE - A Kid Explains History, Episode 9 - YouTube

William Shakespeare may have been writing his plays four hundred years ago, but 8 year-olds still know who he is today.

No Fear Shakespeare: Shakespeare's plays plus a modern translation you can understand

No Fear Shakespeare: Shakespeare's plays plus a modern translation you can understand

Shakespeare Week

Join over home educators registered to take part in Shakespeare Week

Shakespeare for Children

Shakespeare for Children

When should students first be exposed to the world famous works of William Shakespeare? Should it be during high school or college years?

Rob Brydon - "You're quoting Shakespeare"

Rob Brydon reveals popular Shakespeare phrases in everyday use

Rob Brydon - "You're quoting Shakespeare"

Shakespeare for Kids: A Midsummer Night’s Dream  A lesson plan for teaching your kids about A Midsummer Night's Dream

Lesson Plans for A Midsummer Night's Dream

So this is my plan to introduce Shakespeare simply as great stories. In the elementary grades we don’t delve into themes and tropes and grand discussions, we just enjoy Shakespeare for the stories and the spectacles.

A flirty shakespeare meme. It is comical to note the use of Shakespeare's characteristic style, iambic pentameter. This is the predominant technique used by Shakespeare in his sonnets, in which he writes the narrative to be emotionally endearing. It features 10 syllables per line and alternating unstressed and stressed syllables. The meme was collected via quickmeme.com By: Adam Turner

A flirty shakespeare meme. It is comical to note the use of Shakespeare's characteristic style, iambic pentameter.

Have a Shakespeare Party

Have a Shakespeare Party

Fun ideas for a Shakespeare Party for the Bard's birthday on April 23 or for any other day of the year. Includes food, activity ideas, and resources.

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