D438 - Webinar - Shakespeare's Cauldron: Magic, Witchcraft and The Supernatural
- Ciclo: 2021
- Nivel: Distance
- Idioma: Inglés
- Estado: Terminado
- Lugar: Distance
- Capacitador/es: Susan Cocimano
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Drama Teacher/Trainer, Susan specialises in drama and creativity; tools that enable a novel insight for teaching and learning creatively across the curriculum. She holds a Postgraduate Certificate in Teaching Shakespeare from the University of Warwick. Her aim is to encourage both teachers and students to experience Shakespeare in a more dynamic and challenging manner, introducing new techniques and skills. Susan was Coordinator of the Arts Department in secondary at Cardinal Newman (2009-2016) and taught Drama in Education at St. Trinnean Teacher's College (2001-2017). She is a Cambridge Speaking Examiner and co-founder of Full Circle English.
This course is directed to Literature, Language, Drama Teachers and all those interested in reading and enjoying Shakespeare
During this workshop:
We will focus on Macbeth, The Tempest and Midsummer Night’s Dream.
In what ways did these elements influence such plays.
We will discuss the context in which Shakespeare wrote them and the Elizabethan beliefs regarding the supernatural.
We will reflect, analyse, share information and try to answer questions that will come up during our discussion.
Have you ever wondered why Shakespeare used magic and the supernatural in his plays?
In some cases, you will find that there is reconciliation and redemption through magic, in other cases it ends in tragedy because magic and the supernatural tend to be of a darker variety.
Some of his most well- known plays such as Macbeth, The Tempest and Midsummer Night’s Dream are very much influenced by witchcraft and the supernatural.
Yet would these plays have been as effective without such a potent element?
Who are the characters in charge of bringing magic and the supernatural into the plays?
Reading. Discussion. Analysing. Reflecting. Sharing. Bring your copy of Macbeth, The Tempest and Midsummer Night’s Dream
Evans, Ifor, A Short History of English Drama. 1965. Riverside in Literature. Houghton Mifflin, Boston, USA
Halliday, F.E., Shakespeare’s Companion. 1969. Shakespeare’s Library. Penguin Books, UK
Wells, S. and Taylor, G. eds. 1986 William Shakespeare: The Complete Works, UK. Oxford University Press.
The RSC Shakespeare Toolkit for Teachers, 2010.UK: Methuen Drama