Teacher: How to boost engagement with Shakespeare

Teacher: How to boost engagement with Shakespeare

Teacher: How to boost engagement with Shakespeare
Shakespeare (Rischgitz/Hulton Archive/Getty Images)
Teachers can rethink the study of "Romeo and Juliet," which typically includes reading aloud from the text, and opt to abridge the play, suggests Nicholas Provenzano, a high-school English teacher. In this blog post, he shares how he reimagined lessons by integrating humor and asking students to abridge the original work by writing their own shortened version of the Shakespeare classic.

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