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BULLETIN BOARDS/LANGUAGE ARTS
The Bard in Hollywood!

Submitted by: Susan Simpkins
From: Elk City, OK
Date Submitted: November 4, 2002

This is an excellent way to spark the interests of students and it uses the intertextuality of film and literature. Print out pictures of the covers of DVDs or video tapes of movies based upon Shakespeare's plays or spin-offs based on Shakespeare's plays and glue to card stock or construction paper. Type out one each of the names of the plays (I used Old English font) (I had about twenty) This sparks students' interest in the Bard and evokes discussion. I did this for an English methods class and it sparked the interests of Spanish students.

     
 

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