The Curriculum collection (on Level 5 of Fisher Library) holds many resources for teaching Shakespeare in the classroom. The collection includes works by Shakespeare published specifically for school curriculums or for engaging students with Shakespeare's plays.
Both the Fisher and the Curriculum collection will also include many books that critically evaluate and discuss Shakespeare's work. You can browse or search the Library collections using the following subjects.....
Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616 -- Study and teaching
Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616 -- Study and teaching (Secondary)
or search in the Fisher or Curriculum collections for illustrated, comic or graphic book editions of Shakespeare's plays
Listen to Germaine Greer's talk called Shakespeare the Radical, this talk was given at the Sydney Opera House in 2016. Then listen to Melvyn Bragg's BBC radio program Shakespeare's Work where he and his guests discuss the work of William Shakespeare. Follow this by investigating the Top 35 Shakespeare Podcasts to follow.
Go to the website of the State Library of NSW, join the library online and use your library card code to access databases such as the Shakespeare Collection (Gale) an extensive collection of authoritative materials supporting literary, textual, historical, and performance studies. Resources include the complete works, as well as editions and adaptations of Shakespeare's works, other works published during Shakespeare's time, prompt books, the Gordon Crosse Theatrical Diaries, criticism, reviews, images, and reference. Useful for HSC English.
The Library holds many versions of Shakespeare's plays on DVD or streaming video in both the Fisher and Curriculum collections including films and television productions of Shakespeare's plays as well as documentaries and films about Shakespeare or with material with Shakespearian themes.
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