The answer is yes. Read How to Teach Your Children Shakespeare by Ken Ludwig.
Ken Ludwig is an award winning playwright who happens to love Shakespeare. This fun, informative book provides an easy way to teach passages from many of Shakespeare's plays which he used with his own children.
In the book, Ludwig not only teaches how to memorize the passages but also what they mean! That is right. It is note just rote memory but meaningful memory! As if that were not enough, he also explains the whole play.
He starts with shorter passages, breaks them down into large font and short phrases, and offers paraphrases and explanation about them which all adds in the memorization. He offers the quotation pages and audio clips on his website Howtoteachyourchildrenshakespeare.com
Ludwig discusses Shakespeare's life and what theater was like during that time. He also offers a list of additional passages to memorize, epigrams, and a detailed bibliography of books, movies and recordings for all ages.
It is easy to read and has great photos of Shakespeare productions on stage and screen. I recommend this book as a resource for teaching your children Shakespeare passages, but also has a good and informative book.
I received this book for free from Blogging for Books for this review.
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