Teaching Shakespeare Workshops, a partnership between the ESU and the world-renowned Folger Shakespeare Library, give teachers nationwide the tools that they need to bring Shakespeare to life in their classrooms. These workshops are lead by experts from the Folger National Teacher Corps and focus on the Folger Four (scholarship, performance, curriculum and assessment).
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August 6, 2016
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Center for British and Irish Studies
5th Floor - Norlin Library
University of Colorado
1720 Pleasant Street
Boulder, CO 80302
$50 (includes tuition and materials)
Payment: Credit card or check (payable to "The English-Speaking Union") accepted.
July 15, 2016
Mari O'Meara, Folger National Teacher Corps
This active workshop is designed for teachers of all stages and ages. Participants will learn highly effective techniques for connecting all students to Shakespeare's language. Teachers will collaboratively practice scaffolded strategies that get students reading closely, asking good questions and citing textual evidence. Educators will also learn more about the First Folio (what it is, why it matters, and how teachers and students can use it). Participants will walk away with new knowledge about this historic book and its pedagogical possibilities in today's classrooms.
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