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Whetting the Appetite

Engaging Elementary Students




Piquing Interest


What do your elementary students need to learn about Shakespeare early on in order to engage with his work throughout their school years?


For Lucy Tyson, Director of Education for the Philadelphia Shakespeare Festival, it isn't the language or the more complicated literary aspects. it's the characters and the stories. Engaging young students with a good story will ensure that they will stay excited about Shakespeare!

Children's Shakespeare Festival

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Elementary Shakespeare Teaching Modules and Techniques for Younger Students

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"A good story is irresistable to anyone, no matter what age you are." ~Lucy Tyson

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