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Transforming the Teaching of Shakespeare with the Royal Shakespeare Company
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List of Tables and Figures Introduction Chapter 1: Education at the Royal Shakespeare Company Chapter 2: Why teach Shakespeare? Chapter 3: Developing a Rehearsal Room Pedagogy at the RSC: Key Influences Chapter 4: The Classroom as a Rehearsal Room: An Example of Practice Chapter 5: A Theoretical Rationale for Rehearsal Room Pedagogy Chapter 6: Tim Crouch Directing the Young People's Shakespeare Chapter 7: The Impact of the Learning and Performance Network on the Practice of Teachers Chapter 8: The Impact of Rehearsal Room Pedagogy on Students: What Research SHows (co-authored with Steve Strand) Chapter 9: Looking Forward Notes Bibliography Index

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The story of how the RSC has transformed the teaching of Shakespeare, making his plays more accessible, enjoyable and relevant to thousands of young people.

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The story of how the RSC has transformed the teaching of Shakespeare, making his plays more accessible, enjoyable and relevant to thousands of young people.

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Joe Winston is Professor of Drama and Theatre Education at the University of Warwick, UK.

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This slim volume pulls off a considerable feat - capturing the important work of one of the country's key drama institutions in taking Shakespeare out into the community and so ensuring his enduring appeal and relevance to schools and young people ... A valuable publication. -- Jerome Monahan * Around the Globe *

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