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Shakespeare is literally everywhere in the English language, and if you are an English teacher, there is no way you can avoid the Bard.
The popularity of the TV show Glee or the film musicals like Les Misérables and La La Land shows us that the world of theatre and acting has become an exciting talking point f
Bringing Shakespeare into the English class
Whether our students know it or not, they may already be using Shakespeare's language. Not consciously, of course.
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The holiday season is only a month away, just the right time to start preparing a play or short performance in class.
The end of the term is getting closer and you might find that your students need something fun after long months of hard work.
In this series of interviews we talk to teachers, ELT writers, visual artists and researchers about the importance of using literature in the language classroom.
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