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Performing Shakespeare - A Way to Learn

Performing Shakespeare - A Way to Learn $15.25

Robert Sugarman - Foreword Kristin Linklater

Published by Mountainside Press

This is intended to help teachers, directors and leaders of social programs enrich their work doing Shakespeare with young people

It helps young people imagine their way into worlds they have never known. It develops sensitivity to the richness of the English language as it teaches co-operation

Performing Shakespeare is a non-competitive team activity. Students develop self-esteem as they master the challenging material in Shakespeare's plays

This is especially important for those whose horizons have been limited - successful second grade, fifth grade and high school programs are analyzed. Two of the programs are in supposedly low achieving ghetto areas

For those who have not yet engaged in this exciting work, the book shows you how to start

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