Reimagining Shakespeare for Children and Young Adults

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Psychology Press, 2003 - 329 Seiten
This is a collection of original essays about how Shakespeare and how his plays are increasingly being used as a means of furthering literacy, language arts, creative and dramatic learning for children in and out of the classroom. It is divided into three sections comprising essays by well-known children's book authors, literary scholars, and teachers, respectively, who approach the subject from a wide range of perspectives.

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This collection of essays discusses various adaptations of Shakespeare for children, critical viewpoints of Shakespeare's plays and adaptations, and pedagogy in teaching Shakespeare to grades K-12 ... Vollständige Rezension lesen

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The Story Behind the Man Behind the Plays
4
Bravo Mr William Shakespeare
29
Shakespeare
39
Pucks Gift
67
Getting
74
The Players the Playmaker and
81
Staging Shakespeares Children
89
Race and Ethnicity in
98
Making Worlds
171
Toward a Theory
180
Shakespeare Bettelheim
193
Visions of Shakespeare in a Montessori Classroom
201
The Primacy of Language
207
Presenting Shakespeares Life and Times for Young
239
Teaching
252
Shakespearean
260

Charles Dodgson
107
Representing
120
Mediating the Supernatural in Adaptations
129
Genre and Adaptations
138
Perspectives
147
Identity
153
Harry Potter and the Shakespearean Allusion
162
Performance Games
269
Reimagining Shakespeare through Film
279
Performing Pedagogy
289
Bibliography
298
Contributors
305
Permissions
311
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