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    Shakespeare on the Go’s all new virtual classroom!

    WHO: Grades 2-12. We have broke down the courses into two groups: one for 2nd-5th grade and the other for 6th-12th.

    WHAT: This is a free, digital education tool that focuses on engagement and comprehension of Shakespeare’s plays. Each week we will explore a new Shakespeare play. Each play is broken down into 4-day chapters focusing on Plot, History, Text Analysis and Performance.

    Week #1: Much Ado About Nothing
    Week #2: The Merchant of Venice
    Week #3: Romeo & Juliet
    Week #4: Twelfth Night
    Week #5: A Midsummer Night’s Dream
    Week #6: Hamlet

    *Students will need access to a Google Account, Flash Player and a printer (if access to a printer is impossible, alternative activities can be assigned)

    WHEN: Every Monday for the next 6 weeks (March 30 - May 11).

    BONUS: Each student who completes all four blocks for all six plays in their age group gets free tickets to Shakespeare in the Park!

    To sign up, email mharris@shakespearedallas.org and you will be sent the classroom code for Google Classrooms!

    We are so excited to share this program with you!

    Shakespeare on the Go’s all new virtual classroom!

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