Shakespeare and the Young Writer
Psychology Press, 1999 - 159 Seiten
Shakespeare and the Young Writer presents fascinating and impressive accounts of primary school children encountering Shakespeare's work for the first time.
Fred Sedgwick shows how careful selection of scenes, lines and images from the plays and sonnets - in their original language - can be used to great effect as the starting point for children's writing. Examples of children's work show just how powerful the stimulus can be. The book will be of great value to all teachers looking for new ideas to improve their practice in teaching literacy.
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The Tempest and As You Like It
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Romeo and Juliet
King Lear and Cymbeline
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