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How to make Shakespeare accessible to all students
Is Shakespeare’s writing really accessible for students of all abilities? Absolutely – as long as you take the right approach
How to revive your Shakespeare teaching with a brand new approach
Take Shakespeare off the page and into the spaces for which he was originally writing – then see what happens to students’ understanding
How to teach Shakespeare using insults and other creative activities
Start out with a well-chosen barb or two and you’ll be amazed at how quickly your students start learning to Shakespeare
5 mistakes that make teaching Shakespeare even harder
Introducing young people to the Bard can be a challenge – but are you making it more tough than it needs to be?
How to make Shakespeare resonate with today’s teens
When you’re trying to teach 17th-century language to 21st-century students, it pays to be innovative in your approach
Why you should teach Shakespeare’s history plays in KS3
Shakespeare’s histories could prove more engaging for learners than you might think
How to boost brainpower by reading Shakespeare across the curriculum
According to scientists, simply reading Shakespeare’s words can boost our brainpower – so why not make use of that right across the curriculum?
5 ways to better teach Macbeth at GCSE
Give your English literature GCSE students the best chance of success when tackling the Scottish play, with these active approaches
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- KS3 literacy – Are your students reading books through to the end?
- Poetic form – The perfect way to add freedom and fun to your study of poetry
- Reading for pleasure – Let students have agency and see that you enjoy books too
- Teacher qualifications – Why do you need a maths GCSE to teach humanities?
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