Shakespearean works are required reading for high school English students and
a course or two for college students who study writing or literature. The plays ...
William Shakespeare's works are still studied for a number of reasons. These
include his ability to create a complex story, the range of emotions featured ...
Jun 11, 2005 ... The first reason to study Shakespeare is the rare quality of his work. ... of
deceptive appearances and warns the reader: “Do not judge by appearances, ...
We so quickly fall into idolatry, settling for our own, static images of the ...
Jun 15, 2015 ... But I do. And not only do I dislike Shakespeare because of my own ... middle and
high school right-of-passage [sic] reading and literature study.
So, ignoring the stupid, plebian, dolt-masking "still", why do we teach
Shakespeare at all? Surely there have been other great plays? Didn't he build
upon a ...
May 30, 2009 ... Why is the average Singaporean student still studying Shakespeare today ...
Some of his phrases are so well known that we have forgotten the ...
I just don't see what Shakespeare's got to do with the lives of my students ... times
and our own isn't all our learners can gain from studying the Bard's work.
Express your opinion on Shakespeare being taught in schools across the country
. ... do not understand the purpose of teaching his work (Or perhaps they do, and
just .... As well as that, if we have to study a certain number of texts, we will learn ...
Jul 26, 2011 ... Studying Shakespeare is important for several reasons, not just because the
state .... <br />For example, we know that Juliet isn't really dead, but that she took
a sleeping potion. ... They do, but not in the way that was expected.
Mar 14, 2009 ... We list some of the best places on the web to indulge your brain's thirst for
knowledge. ... Here are 3 reasons that, for me, make the study of Shakespeare ...
(Much Ado About Nothing), villainous deceit “Though I do hate him ...