Posts Tagged ‘ William Shakespeare ’

Sharing Shakespeare

Sharing Shakespeare

Remember being taught the mandatory Shakespeare play in high school English? For me, it was The Merchant of Venice. We were given a brief, sanitized version of the story by our teacher. As far as I know, no one was sparked by this explanation to read further. Expecting this, no doubt, the teacher forced...
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Learning Shakespeare

Learning Shakespeare

Homeschooling was the natural next step in our family journey. I birthed at home, tended the home. I was all about the home. My interpretation of homeschooling, however, was a little different than sitting down at a table. When my children showed an interest in something, I followed. We dove in together, and I...
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Collected Quotes on Learning

Collected Quotes on Learning

The American Homeschool Association has been collecting and compiling good quotes about education since the organization first took shape in 1995. The AHA site includes a page dedicated to quotes relating to homeschooling, learning, children, families, freedoms, personal responsibilities and more. Among those quoted are David and Micki Colfax, Earl Gary Stevens, Isaac Asimov,...
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