video series of the complete works, from Ambrose Videos.
Resources for Teaching and Discussion.
Materials for teaching Shakespeare freely available from the
English Subject Centre
of the University of Glasgow;
a Case Study of the MA in Shakespeare Studies entitled Text and
Playhouse that is jointly taught by the
King’s College London
and the Globe Theatre; and a set of
Hamlet on the
Ramparts. "A public website designed and maintained by the
MIT Shakespeare Project in collaboration with the Folger Shakespeare
Library and other institutions. [The site] aims to provide free access
to an evolving collection of texts, images, and film relevant to
Hamlet’s first encounter with the Ghost."
HamletWorks.org "offers deep levels of information on Hamlet
and related works for scholars, students, theater practitioners, and
is now offering the First Folio.
Penguin Teachers' Guides to:
CD and Video Emporium. Poor Yorick sells over 300 video, cd-rom and
audio titles related to the bard, and have "many, many more on the way".
- unique musical adaptations by Julian Chenery, Matt Gimglett & William Shakespeare.
Headquartered in Surrey, UK, visits to schools and tours can be arrange or products
Net with Kids: Barbara Feldman's recommendations for the
educationally best sites to visit with kids.
A Taste Of
Shakespeare . From their advertising: "To lighten the load of
teaching or studying Shakespeare's Plays, try A Taste of Shakespeare: the award winning
Video Series that - in under an hour for each play - dissolves difficulties with the text,
and connects viewers to the characters, story, and themes."
Teaching Materials from the Folger Shakespeare Library.
Company. A fantastic source for Shakespeare related
materials, including books, multimedia, posters and charts, with links
to websites and lesson plans.
A Writing Assignment by Dr. Brenda Walton on
Chain of Being and Dr. Faustus.
From PBS Teachers, Thematic Teaching:
Shakespeare & The Renaissance, including modules from grades 3-5
to grades 9-12.
Shakespeare, by Charles and Mary Lamb (1806) and Tales From Shakespeare,
by Winston Stokes, where he amends the Lambs' works with other
plays, 1911, from Google Book Search, full text and PDF.
Quiller-Courch, Arthur Thomas,
Historical Tales from Shakespeare, 1910, from the Internet
Tales from Shakespeare, 1895, from Google Book Search, full text
Shakespeare, 1900, from Google Book Search, full text and PDF.
publishers of a forthcoming (November, 2007) series of graphical novels
featuring "original text," "plain text," and "quick text" versions of
the play using the same art work. See
my review of the forthcoming Henry V.
ShakespeareKids, an outreach from the University of Texas
Shakespeare at Winedale, a well desinged Flash/HTML site with a focus on
performance and doing it yourself in the K-8 environment.