"So I am on a similar quest, and I'm thinking about oral histories - having students interview parents (probably on video) about family dramas that end happily (in weddings and other celebrations). We may wander into Mendelssohn for a sound…"
"If you can start in the midst of the play - like staging and talking about the party scene where R & J meet - and help the students recognize the social dynamics from the start (film clips from multiple versions are also great), you can then…"
"I'm just back from the Worlds Together conference in London.
This is the myShakespeare link
"measuring Shakespeare's digital heartbeat."
I'm a teacher ed person about to team-teach a "Teaching Shakespeare" class…"
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