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Shakespeare in the Schools

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“Let them play it!”

The Shakespeare in the Schools Partnership Initiative is a program designed to help bring the wonder and fun of Shakespeare into area grade 3-8 classrooms, and to enhance the Shakespeare teaching and learning in K-12 education in general. Learn more about Shakespeare in the Schools, and check out the article below for a glimpse into past workshops and activities.

Article: Shakespeare in the Schools 2012 (with photos)

 

Shakespeare in the Schools 2012            Shakespeare in the Schools 2012


Shakespeare in the Schools Partner Teachers are bringing Shakespeare to students in the Murray and Calloway County schools, as well as in schools in Carlisle, Crittenden, Graves, Hopkins, Livingston, Marshall, and Webster counties, plus St. Mary’s in Paducah. The goal is to bring Shakespeare to schools all over our region – and all over the nation!

Please e-mail Dr. Barbara Cobb at bcobb@murraystate.edu if you are using Shakespeare in the Schools teacher resources in your school! And please share teacher resources for possible inclusion on the Shakespeare in the Schools website.


TEACHERS

Check out our Shakespeare in the Schools teacher resources for fun classroom exercises that connect your students with the Bard's works! Available exercises include:
As You Like It

Henry IV, Part 1
A Midsummer Night's Dream
Sonnets of Shakespeare
The Tempest
Twelfth Night 
Twelfth Night in ONE Day!
The Winter's Tale


Contact:

Dr. Barbara Mather Cobb

7B-15 Faculty Hall

Murray State University

Murray KY 42071-3341

270.809.4538

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