Tag: shakespeare


Trefoil 15.03.20

More Englemann Over half-term I started to read / revisited Englemann’s Theory of Instruction. Having broaden my investigations of his work and advocacy, I have started to think about it’s application in my own classroom. I have three broad lines of enquiry. With all eyes on curriculum: planning and sequencing Examples. I have started to…
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14 Mar ’20 0

Trefoil 26.1.10

Everyone can see in Shakespeare the mirror of their own predicament. The week my Trefoil is definitely dedicated to Shakespeare, closely followed by my teaching colleagues in the English and History Departments. It started with a conversation about Venice and so the dominoes tumbled and spiralled. Firstly – talking about the Shakespeare’s Elizabethan context, I…
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26 Jan ’20 0