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Collaborative Engagement



 

 

 
 

This Rough Magic

 

How do you get your students engaged with Shakespeare? Start them early! Work together with other teachers or community members to build your students' love of Shakespeare throughout their lives.

 

"Where two or three teachers are together, then you're going to have some magic happening with Shakespeare," says Barbara M. Cobb of the Murray Shakespeare Festival. In this video, she also shares her plan for creating life-long Shakespeare enthusiasts in your classroom through different engagement techniques.

 
Children's Shakespeare Festival



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"By the time they get to high school we think their high school teachers are going to be absolutely in love with the fact that these students are already prepared, they're already engaged." ~Barbara M. Cobb



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