Teaching Shakespeare!

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4 Ways that Visual Art Can Enhance Shakespeare Learning

We’ve heard from many of you at our face-to-face teacher workshops and over email, too, about ideas for integrating the visual arts in Shakespeare learning. Specifically, you have shared questions and ideas related to using painting, drawing, and design to deepen students’ connections to Shakespeare’s language. Here are 4 more resources to inspire your thinking… Continue Reading »



What My Students Really Think About Studying Shakespeare

At the start of our Romeo and Juliet unit, I had my students begin a Digital Shakespeare Portfolio: a blog account that would house all of their annotations, as well as a place to discuss their thoughts on the interactive approach we’ve been trying out in class. So far, engagement has been high and responses… Continue Reading »


Continuing the Conversation on Identity, Difference, and Community

The Folger Shakespeare Library is excited to continue CrossTalk DC, a community engagement initiative through NEH’s Humanities in the Public Square project. And though many of you reading this blog live and teach outside of the DC area, we wanted you to know about our local work since it (a) uses literature as a lens… Continue Reading »


The First Folio Teaches Teachers – In YOUR words!

It has been quite a year! In 2016, over 1400 teachers attended workshops as part of the Folger Shakespeare Library’s First Folio! The Book that Gave Us Shakespeare traveling exhibition and dove into the history of how Shakespeare’s texts came to us.  Here is what a few of you had to say about your experience:… Continue Reading »



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