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Shakespeare Conference for Educators

Educators Only
Sat, Apr 16, 2016

Leading Shakespeare educators discuss the value of teaching Shakespeare in today’s classroom.

Part of Education

BAM, the Royal Shakespeare Company, Folger Shakespeare Library, and the Ohio State University come together to share their most effective strategies and activities for teaching Shakespeare to students in elementary, middle, and high school. Educators at all experience levels are welcome to attend this conference designed to address the challenges they face in making Shakespeare’s work accessible to students and bringing Shakespeare’s work to life in the classroom. The conference includes workshop options that specifically address the four plays from King and Country: Shakespeare’s Great Cycle of Kings, which are being performed in repertory by the RSC at BAM during the month of April. The full-day conference comprises morning and afternoon sessions with collaborative group reflection throughout.

Space is limited; priority is given to teachers who also take advantage of our in-school residencies Shakespeare Teaches Students. Shakespeare Teaches Teachers is a Department of Education-approved course and offered for 2 P-credits for New York City teachers.

Registration Deadline: April 8, 2016


Venue: BAM Fisher (321 Ashland Pl)

Time: 9am—5pm

Fee: $75 ($35 for DoE teachers)

Conference Schedule

1. RSC: Using theatre-based approaches to explore Shakespeare’s plays

2. BAM: entry-points to Shakespeare for below-grade English reading/writing students

3. FSL: Folios and quartos will change the way you think about Shakespeare

4. OSU Workshop: The King is But a Man: Henry V and the costs of going to war

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1. RSC: Shakespeare’s history plays

2. BAM: From Page to Stage: Presenting Shakespeare in the classroom

3. FSL: How do I get my students through the play, day-by-day?

4. OSU Workshops: Studying the history plays is the history

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