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Leadership in Shakespeare's work

How does a leader decide whether to be lenient or to set an example? Nancy Koehn presents this question by drawing from a harrowing scene in Shakespeare’s Henry V. 216 more words

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What’s a graphic novel?

One of the biggest trends in children’s literature in the past ten years is the rise of graphic novels.  Not sure what I mean?  Think… 553 more words

Methods Of Teaching Reading

Neal deGrasse Tyson at the Big Bang Theory

Neil deGrasse Tyson appearing on the CBS show “The Big Bang Theory”.

English As A Second Language (ESL)

Romeo & Juliet by W. Shakespeare

Check out Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet Video SparkNote: Quick and easy synopsis of the Shakespeare play, Romeo and Juliet.

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Macbeth by W. Shakespeare

Check out Shakespeare’s Macbeth Video SparkNote: Quick and easy Macbeth synopsis, analysis, and discussion of major characters and themes in the play.

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Midsummer Night's Dream by W. Shakespeare

Check out Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream Video SparkNote: Quick and easy A Midsummer Night’s Dream synopsis, analysis, and discussion of major characters and themes in the play.

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The Wife of Bath's Tale (from the Canterbury Tales by Geoffrey Chaucer)

The Wife of Bath is intriguing to almost anyone who has ever read her prologue, filled with magnificent, but for some, preposterous statements. First of all, the Wife is the forerunner of the modern liberated woman, and she is the prototype of a certain female figure that often appears in later literature. 1,290 more words

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