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Great literature through acting

Great literature through acting

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Do a deep dive into literary characters by acting them out!

STAGEiT! Shakespeare offers resources for teachers and students, ages 10-13, to do a 40-minute version using Shakespeare's language. Henry V, Julius Caesar and Othello are currently available with Hamlet coming soon.

Look inside and other information is at: http://www.stageitshakespeare.com/. Break-a-leg!


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Samer Rabadi
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Hi there. Posts by publishers to promote their products are restricted to the Community Bulletin Board. This post's tags will be changed as a result.

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STAGEiT! Shakespeare
Literacy rich school plays for every teacher and student on Earth.

Thank you, Samer. We're new to Edutopia and appreciate the clarification.

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Samer Rabadi
Online Community Engagement Manager

You're welcome. If I may offer some advice? If you write a post that's substantive--for example one that includes tips and tactics for using drama to teach literacy--then that can get tagged with the other keywords. And a small link to your site at the end of your post would be okay.

The key is that the post shouldn't sound like a commercial. The goal of this community is to help each other, not sell each other things. :-)

And the benefit is that people would be likely to read and click through. :-)

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STAGEiT! Shakespeare
Literacy rich school plays for every teacher and student on Earth.

Thanks again. Samer. Your tips and advice are very helpful. I do have quite a bit to share and will get around to doing that at some point once I've had a better chance to see what might be helpful to the EduCommunity.

- Floyd Rumohr

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Samer Rabadi
Online Community Engagement Manager

No problem, Floyd. I'm happy to help, and I look forward to your future contributions.

Cheers,

Samer

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