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www.utsa.edu/ovations/vol8/story/shakespeare.html

High school students typically read one play each year. At least one class in Shakespeare is required for college English majors, which is one of the most popular academic programs on the UTSA campus, said Bayer. Outside of the classroom, there are movies, ballets, live theater and Shakespearean festivals.

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I’m with them! I believe we should regularly be exposing all age students to Shakespeare. Here’s my countdown of the top 5 reasons why we should never give up on teaching Shakespeare: #5 Brain work. If students can successfully read and understand Shakespeare, they can handle almost anything else.

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Many people think Shakespeare is intimidating and worse than death. To those of you who think that: you are wrong! Reading Shakespeare is helpful in your everyday life and will help give your life meaning (wow-deep). Here are the top five reasons why you should read Shakespeare. 1. It will increase your vocabulary

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The controversial Common Core state standards want students to read William Shakespeare's works, but some teachers don't like the idea. Dana Dusbiber, a teacher at Luther Burbank High School in Sacramento, Calif., wrote in the Washington Post this week that she dislikes teaching Shakespeare, and not only because of his challenging English.

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He writes that as a student he didn’t enjoy reading Shakespeare, but as a teacher, he can “clearly see why he still belongs in high school and college English classrooms” along with other ...

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Simply stated, students should study Shakespeare's works in school because of the incredible value within them. In addition to exposing students to a multitude of literary techniques, Shakespeare's plays challenge the student with difficult language and style, express a profound knowledge of human behavior and offer insight into the world around us.William Shakespeare is recognized by much...

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This year celebrations will be held across the world, commencing in the UK, to honour the 400th anniversary of William Shakespeare and his work. Why Study Shakespeare today? Here are four very real reasons why children should be encouraged to read the works of one of the world's greatest literary giants: 1. Extraordinary Storylines

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Simply stated, students should study Shakespeare's works in school because of the incredible value within them. In addition to exposing students to a multitude of literary techniques, Shakespeare's plays challenge the student with difficult language and style, express a profound knowledge of human behavior and offer insight into the world ...

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Shakespeare is old; the books should be old. They should feel old. When I got the Much Ado About Nothing with pictures of the cast from the Branagh movie, it was wrong. Denzel Washington shouldn’t be smirking up at me from the cover of a Shakespeare play! Yes, Shakespeare was dense, hard to read and comprehend, but I learned things from him.

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Shakespeare was a brilliant writer. No doubt about it, but it is a completely different language to what we use now, making it harder for students to understand the plots. Instead students should be studying modern literature that has meaning but is not outdated like Shakespeare. Furthermore, students have absolutely no use for it later on in life.