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Shakespeare and ELT: Approaching the Bard in the language teaching classroom
The global celebrations of the 400th anniversary of Shakespeare’s death this year show us how central Shakespeare and his works are not only to English culture but also remind us of Shakespeare’s global status as a world writer: reports reach us from classrooms all over the world where ELT teachers join in with this big year. This workshop will use the ELT expertise gained at the Shakespeare Birthplace Trust in the Bard’s hometown Stratford-upon-Avon to share insights into how it is possible to engage language learners on a variety of language levels with his works, his language legacy and his status as a cultural icon.
Lisa Peter is the International Lecturer in Shakespeare Studies at the Shakespeare Birthplace Trust. In her teaching at the Trust, Lisa particularly looks after international groups whose first language is any other than English, and she specialises in Shakespeare translations and the Shakespeare reception around the world. Her new range of educational sessions for language learners at the Trust was launched in 2015 and for the Shakespeare anniversary year 2016 she co-developed the MOOC Exploring English: Shakespeare together with the British Council. In addition, Lisa contributed to the BBC Learning English series Shakespeare Speaks and she has written study guides for Digital Theatre Plus. Lisa offers teacher training sessions for language teachers at the Trust and she regularly speaks at international conferences on the topic of teaching Shakespeare to language learners.
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