Tag Archives: Macbeth

#MOTIVATION: WHAT’S THE POINT?

One of the most difficult problems a teacher of English faces, in Chile, or in any country where English is rarely used, is how to motivate students. Yes, there are fun things to do with the language. Students can sing … Continue reading

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Which books have influenced you?

“The personal essay is a peculiar form of literature, entirely different from critical essays… It is a species of writing somewhat akin to autobiography or firelight conversation; where the writer takes the reader entirely into his confidence, and chats pleasantly … Continue reading

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Education Crisis in Chile: The Next Act

If William Shakespeare were alive today, living in Chile, and writing one of his plays, he would surely be considering if the next act of the “Education Crisis in Chile” would bring more tragic events. After all, so far we’ve … Continue reading

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Students and Shakespeare: Really, Kids Are Doing Shakespeare…

In the park, under the sun, kids and Shakespeare mean fun. And when the kids are not in the park, they are finding Shakespeare in school can be cool… “What light through yonder window breaks” “To be or not to … Continue reading

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