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Shakespeare, our personal trainer : teaching Shakespeare in secondary schools

Author: Margaret Rose; Cristina Paravano; Roberta Situlin
Publisher: Newcastle upon Tyne : Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2018.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"This collection of essays is multidisciplinary and wide-ranging. The authors, literary and theatre specialists, scientists from various fields, and a psychiatrist, present Shakespeare's works from very different perspectives, highlighting a new outlook on the current ways of tackling Shakespeare. Teachers of English all over Europe will find this book an eclectic tool which allows them to present Shakespeare in a  Read more...
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Named Person: William Shakespeare; William Shakespeare
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Margaret Rose; Cristina Paravano; Roberta Situlin
ISBN: 1527511545 9781527511545
OCLC Number: 1038059261
Description: xiv, 230 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm
Contents: Why Shakespeare, our personal trainer / Margaret Rose and Cristina Paravano --
Gardens in Shakespeare's day and in the 21st century: do we really need them? / Margaret Rose --
Walking with Shakespeare in Romeo and Juliet's garden / Angela Ronchi --
Overeating and other enemies in today's world: can Shakespeare be a guide to a healthier lifestyle in the 21st century? / Roberta Situlin --
Remote characters and illness in our digital age: Shakespeare's drama as treatment of psychological distress during growth from childhood to adolescence / Paolo Giovannelli --
Designing Shakespeare: teaching students to adapt, recycle and make low-cost costumes / Susan Marshall --
Teaching idioms through Shakespeare: the case of food and drink / Laura Pinnavaia --
Antony and Cleopatra : the wider scene / Francesca Orestano --
Teaching Shakespeare through dystopian fiction: Suzanne Collins's The hunger games and Lauren Oliver's Delirium / Cristina Paravano --
Splash! a dive (for beginners) into Shakespeare's plays through the language of comics / Mauro Gentile --
Shakespeare's or Banksy's? Looking for Hamlet in street art / Mariacristina Cavecchi --
Shakespearean musicscapes: notes for approaching Shakespeare through music / Marco Canani --
Images and words: The Tempest, film and the classroom / Anna Anselmo.
Responsibility: edited by Margaret Rose, Cristina Paravano, Roberta Situlin.

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