Resources on Shakespeare for High School Learners

Posted on September 30, 2020

by Kate M

Are you overwhelmed with the number of resources to help your students learn? Let the Library help! Using trusted resources and expert knowledge, our resourceful librarians have gathered a collection of credible and reliable resources – both electronic and books – on dozens of popular classroom topics, carefully curating each list to meet the curricular grade level demands.

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Featured Entry: William Shakespeare

Academic Journals: Parapraxes in the Plays of William Shakespeare.

Biographies:

Trade publications: A Waste of Shame: The Mystery of William Shakespeare & His Sonnets.

* This is an Ebsco database; some results may overlap those found in other Ebsco products.

Explora Secondary 6-12

Topic Overview: William Shakespeare

* This is an Ebsco database; some results may overlap those found in other Ebsco products.

Gale Ebooks

Multiple Encyclopedia and reference sources

Elizabethan World Reference Library

Shakespeare for Students: Critical Interpretations of Shakespeare's Plays and Poetry

Hoopla

Enjoy digital access to multiple copies of all of Shakespeare’s plays.

* Hoopla check outs limited to 20 per month.

The Complete Works of William Shakespeare
Shakespeare
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Literary Reference Center:

Sample Articles:

Was Shakespeare a Woman?

WASSAILING AND FESTIVE MUSIC IN SHAKESPEARE’S TWELFTH NIGHT

* This is an Ebsco database; some results may overlap those found in other Ebsco products.

Overdrive:

*Overdrive titles are limited to one user per check out. Overdrive check outs limited to 20 per customer at one time.

Cracking the Shakespeare code

video

A year in the life of William Shakespeare

ebook
Scholastic Teachables:

Comic versions of multiple plays. Vocabulary Worksheets. Student project ideas.

Very Short Introductions

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