We hope that many of you will be joining us for our celebration of Shakespeare this Friday (22nd April) at 2:30pm BST. You can watch live or register for the on-demand version. We know that teaching Shakespeare is more than a one-day event though — you and your students learn about Shakespeare’s works at various
Discovery Education celebrates the life and legacy of the greatest writer of English language and literature. April 23, 2016, marks 400 years since Shakespeare’s death, yet his works and the author himself remain as relevant and closely studied as ever.
Calling all English and drama teachers! Join us for a discussion about the pedagogy of Shakespeare, as field expert Alexander Parker leads another webinar about teaching Shakespeare in high school. Tuesday, November 18 at 7:00pm ET. Register from the event page, HERE. (Click the “Register” link next to “Event status: Not started” on the event page.) Join Alexander Parker, creator
Here on the support team, we have a tendency to encounter plenty of videos while working with the site. However, this title was the first one I had the urge to watch at home from start to finish, even though it clocks in at almost 90 minutes. The video is My Shakespeare: Romeo and Juliet with