By Folger Education We know you’re gearing up for another school year, and we wanted to send some inspiration and enjoyment your way. Here are some lines about teaching and learning from Shakespeare, compiled by our very own Mike LoMonico. [getty src=”180411778?et=j3s2_HtjSaNrmUuAXet4LA&sig=Xs7p-t5Xflh0J8lHEU_TFKqck0xQ7RLMdFglLyKp9T0=” width=”501″ height=”342″] Yes, it’s that time again for teachers all across the… Continue Reading »
By Shauna Rynn Waters I came back from the Folger Summer Academy full of fire and ideas. It was like a tent revival for English teachers, I guess, or an encounter with what Prometheus stole from the Olympian hearth. I felt real enthusiasm for getting back in the classroom and for trying some new… Continue Reading »
By Mari O’Meara Like most teachers, when a Shakespearean unit is announced, I am greeted by many loud groans and a few students voicing the usual (whiny) complaints- “It’s so boring!” “I don’t understand it”; “Do we have to?” Tuning out students’ complaints is a well-developed skill of all teachers. The one complaint I always find satisfaction… Continue Reading »
By Folger Education We’re back with the second half of your summer reading recommendations. Be sure to read till the end for a bonus list! Book Title Author Portrait of a Lady Henry James Rehearsal from Shakespeare to Sheridan Tiffany Stern Romeo is Bleeding (Movie) Peter Medak Room Emma Donoghue Ruby Cynthia Bond Savage… Continue Reading »
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By Peggy O’Brien In our June issue of BardNotes, I posed four questions to y’all. Three of them were requesting your advice about our blog and some new directions it might take. I snuck in the fourth question, purely for my own selfish purpose. I asked you what I should read this summer. … Continue Reading »