How are you #TeachingShakespeare?

Heather Imrie
05th April 2016
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Tell us how you teach Shakespeare and win £100 resources credit

To mark Shakespeare’s 400th anniversary, TES is giving away £100 of resources credit to the teacher who is bringing Shakespeare to life in the most original way.

From mismatched and star-crossed lovers to shipwrecks, war and murderous mothers, tweet us how you’re #TeachingShakespeare to enter.

Your submission could be a photo, a video, or simply a line about a lesson you've taught. Be as creative and adventurous as you like!

How to enter

Tweet us @TesResources using the #TeachingShakespeare.

If you’d like some inspiration take a look at our Teaching Shakespeare site, an easy-to-navigate library of digital resources from TES and some of the UK’s major cultural institutions; the BFI, the British Museum, Into Film, the RSC and the V&A.

The competition closes at midnight (GMT+1) on Monday 2 May 2016.

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