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Understanding Shakespeare: A Student Casebook to Issues, Sources, and Historical Documents

In Understanding Shakespeare, an unique collection of primary materials and commentary helps students and teachers explore historical, literary, theatrical, social, and cultural issues related to the play. Each chapter contains a variety of materials: essays, poems, histories, official documents, and illustrations. An explanatory introduction precedes each document and each chapter concludes with study questions and lists of suggested readings.


researching @ the library

History Reference Center: Designed for secondary schools, this database features full text from more than 1,990 reference books, encyclopedias and non-fiction books for leading history publishers as well as full text articles from more than 200 leading history periodicals. For more information about this database, check out the EBSCOhost website.


For username/ password information to use MAGNOLIA and EBSCOhost, please see Mrs. Simmons.


technology @ the Library

Looking to spice up student presentations? Look no further then PREZI! Prezi is an online, flash-based presentation creator. It shares similar functionality with other presentation programs, like Microsoft PowerPoint or Apple Keynote. However, it is not a file that documents have to "save" and they can share it on your website. Incorporating PREZI into a lesson would take that presentation from plain to SAMR (MSTAR)!!!



I would be more than happy to teach your classes how to use PREZI. Here is a quick glance at how PREZI works.