Making Curriculum Pop

Making Shakespeare Pop!


Making Shakespeare Pop!

The most famous pop phenom is everywhere in modern culture & classrooms.

Members: 304
Latest Activity: Dec 28, 2019

Here's a bank of discussion forum posts thus far...
COMEDIES Love’s Labors Lost (1588) Comedy of Errors (1589)
Two Gentlemen from Verona (1590)
Taming of the Shrew (1594)
Midsummer Night’s Dream (1594) - 1
Much Ado About Nothing (1598)
Merry Wives of Windsor (1597)
As You Like It (1600)
Twelfth Night (1601)
All’s Well That Ends Well (1602)
Measure for Measure (1604)

Henry VI Part I (1591)
Henry VI Part II (1591)
Henry VI Part III (1591)
Richard III (1593)
King John (1595)
Richard II (1595)
Henry IV Part I (1596)
Henry IV Part II (1596)
Henry V (1599)
Julius Caesar (1599) - 1
Antony and Cleopatra (1606)
Henry VIII (1612)

Merchant of Venice (1597)
Pericles (1608)
Cymbeline (1609)
Winter’s Tale (1610)
The Tempest (1611)

Romeo and Juliet (1591) - 1
Titus Andronicus (1592)
Hamlet (1600) - 1, 2
Othello (1604) - 1
King Lear (1605) - 1
Macbeth (1606) - 1
Timon of Athens (1607)
Coriolanus (1608)

Cross-Dressing Actors - 1


Web Resources for Teachers - 1, 2, 3, 4
Shakespeare In Modern Culture - 1
Shakespeare and Film - 1, 2
Shakespeare and Language - 1
Contests - 1

Note: Index Updated 10.26.09

Discussion Forum

RESEARCH: Machine Learning & Shakespeare Authorship

Started by Ryan Goble Dec 28, 2019.

RESEARCH: Shakespeare's DNA?

Started by Ryan Goble Jun 8, 2019.

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Comment by Ryan Goble on April 13, 2009 at 10:19am
Hey Shakespeare people!

I'm thrilled to see everyone in here. An idea - and this is something I've been telling folks in all groups - if your talking about a specific issue - like below (Web 2.0 and Shakespeare/Making the Tempest POP) it might be more effective to put them in the Discussion Forum above instead of here on the Comment Wall. That way when you create a thread of ideas around a topic that is easily searchable when people come and join the group at a later date. The Comment Wall (here) doesn't really sort by topic or thread. Discussion Forum postings allow for a clear archive on your topic. If you're interested in a thread, but didn't start it you can CHOOSE to follow them. In this photo here...

See the the little option in the lower right hand corner? That lets you follow threads you didn't start - you get an e-mail update everytime someone adds to the discussion.

If you were interested in MacBeth but didn't sign up to get updates you will have missed all the MacBeth resources posted in the discussion forum above. Check them out as you might find them to be useful!

Great to have everyone here!!!

Comment by Allison Branch on April 12, 2009 at 9:31pm
Here's a possible project integrating Web 2.0 into a study of Shakespeare. What would Shakespeare's Facebook page look like if he was friends with everyone in his plays? Check out what the cast of Hamlet is up to:
Comment by Patricia Cone on April 12, 2009 at 11:26am
I shall be teaching The Tempest (a scaled down version that uses real Shakespearean language) after Easter to Grades 5/6. Any ideas etc. Welcome. This is my Google Notebook of links:

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