Teaching Shakespeare: Teaching and assessment strategies on where to begin

This workshop will engage primary and high school teachers with teaching and assessment strategies in teaching Shakespeare, drawing on outcomes in both the English/Literacy and the Drama Syllabus.

Details

Target Audience: Stages 3 to 5 teachers

Date

05 November 2020

Time
4:00 PM - 7:30 PM
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Dr Joanna Winchester

Presenter

Dr Joanna Winchester

Description of Workshop

This workshop will engage primary and high school teachers with teaching and assessment strategies in teaching Shakespeare, drawing on outcomes in both the English/Literacy and the Drama Syllabus. By building confidence and skill in Shakespearean language, this professional development experience will allow teachers to develop engaging teaching programs in the language and performance of Shakespeare. The teaching strategies that this workshop will address will cater for teachers’ programs in the classroom, but also in how to develop a quality Shakespeare Carnival as an extra-curricular activity

NESA Accreditation (Proficient, Highly Accomplished, Lead)

Proficient

Cost

$150 (excluding GST)

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