How to help students go back in history to reimagine Shakespeare

10/4/2013 | Edutopia.org

Students can better appreciate Shakespeare's works and the historical period in which they were written if they learn about the history, writes East Carolina University English professor Rick Taylor. In this blog post, Taylor shares ideas for how to reimagine the literary texts, so students can connect with words and ideas by thinking about the culture, sights and sounds of the time periods, acting out the works and even by visiting England.

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