Okay, I admit I love free stuff! Who doesn't? My new quest is to find free stuff for teachers. Especially English teachers. I recently heard of a free video entitled "Shakespeare in the Classroom," so I inquired about it. It is no longer free, but still worth the 5 bucks I had to fork out. Any other great resources out there that I should be adding to my trunk of tricks? Let me know!

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So where could we find this Shakespeare in the Classroom video?
Miramax used to sponsor the distribution of the video; however they are no longer involved, and that is why there is a $5 fee. I found a phone number after a Google search, called, got the new company’s name and address, and mailed off my request.. Sorry I no longer have the address, but here is the number I called: 1-203-389-7283. They do not have DVD’s. The new company “found a bunch of videos in their warehouse” and are trying to get rid of them. I was with a 9th grade class as they watched the video, and I was amazed at how well they responded to the presentation.
Hello Connie,

I just joined this ning recently and have been looking for the "Shakespeare in the Classroom" video from Miramax. Your posting is from last year, so I am not sure if you know if any are left. Could you help direct me?

Hi Connie,

You can find my wiki via my blog http://raenettesblog.blogspot.com/ . It has loads of free tools especially useful for literacy!

Visit my blog at www.educationtechnologyblog.com, I have a lot of links to free tools there.
You can find free presentations on my wiki


Hopefully some of this will be helpful



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