Journal / Book Title
How and Why We Teach Shakespeare
Teaching Shakespeare at secondary or undergraduate university levels is remarkably variegated. Students bring their lives and experiences to their understanding, making it an unpredictably rich experience, regardless of the “level” of the class. I aim to tap into what they already know to enable them to find a path for them to forge their own connections. I want them to own what they read, to make it their own.
Journal ISSN / Book ISBN
Sidney R. Homan
MSU Digital Commons Citation
Liebler, Naomi C., ""'Who’s there?' 'Nay, answer me. Stand and unfold yourself' : Attending to Students in Diversified Settings"" (2019). Department of English Faculty Scholarship and Creative Works. 64.
Liebler, Naomi Conn. "'Who’s there?' 'Nay, answer me. Stand and unfold yourself' : Attending to Students in Diversified Settings." In Sidney Homan ed. How and Why We Teach Shakespeare: College Teachers and Directors Share How They Explore the Playwright’s Works with Their Students. Routledge, 2019. 171-179.