Our site s aimed at helping children and students of all ages better understand Shakespeare, and has lots of fun facts and articles about his life and times.
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August 3, 2006 -- From Kenny, age 14, from Australia, Geelong, who is affiliated with the site.
Everything about Shakespeare has everything to do with Shakespeare including his sonnets and poems, to Shakespeare games to a biography about him. I dont think that I have to say anymore apart from ‘Go To EA Shakespeare!!’
May 5, 2006 -- From Denise, a reader from Nova Scotia, Canada who is affiliated with the site
The site was created by a grade two and three class with their teacher and gives an overview of Shakespeare’s life, brief reviews of some of his work, ideas for teachers, and artwork by the children.
April 1, 2001 -- From Denise P., a reader from Nova Scotia, Canada who is affiliated with the site
The site was created by a grade 2 and 3 class with their teacher and gives an overview of Shakespeare’s life, brief reviews of some of his work, ideas for teachers, and artwork by the children.
August 22, 2000 -- From Liz Gollen, a teacher from Sagle, Idaho who is affiliated with the site
This site provides teachers with an easy to use adapted version of Shakespeare’s play, Romeo and Juliet, suitable for use in grades 2-8! In addition it provides a Teacher’s Guide with helpful hints about set design and scenery changes. Learn how to bring Shakespeare into the primary classroom and expose students to beautiful literature with historical value! Ideal for the innovative teacher. Shakespeare is not just for adults anymore!
May 22, 2000 -- From Nora Greenwood, a teacher from Alberta, Canada who is not affiliated with the site
Shakespeare Online is one of the best educational resources on the web. As an English teacher I encourage my students to use the Internet as a research tool and Shakespeare Online has been an invaluable resource. There is a wealth of original content on every aspect of Shakespeare’s work. Not to be missed!
August 26, 1999 -- From a teacher from Worcester, Massachusetts who is affiliated with the site
The Interactive Shakespeare Project is a multidisciplinary, multi-institutional initiative to improve the teaching of Shakespeare. The site includes a fully annotated edition of Measure for Measure (with over an hour of video, 3,000 annotated hyperlinks, study questions, and performance exercises). The site also includes an extensive Teachers’ Guide and a Virtual Globe Theatre that uses the cutting edge technology of VRML 2.0