Shakespeare Valued

Shakespeare Valued

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Taking a comprehensive, critical, and theoretical approach to the role of Shakespeare in educational policy and pedagogy from 1989 (the year compulsory Shakespeare was introduced under the National Curriculum for English in the United Kingdom), to the present, Shakespeare Valued explores the esteem afforded Shakespeare in the British educational system and its evolution in the twentieth century and into the twenty-first. Sarah Olive offers an unparalleled analysis of the ways in which Shakespeare is valued in a range of educational domains in England, making this important book essential reading for students and teachers of English and Shakespeare.Education Policy and Pedagogy 1989a€“2009 Sarah Olive ... Rising standards in education generally; long-running campaigns for the universal right to a liberal, rather than purely ... This would then be demonstrated in and assessed by their production of essays and other written work. ... This policy trend persisted for several decades with major education legislation, such as the 1944 Education Act (basedanbsp;...

Title:Shakespeare Valued
Author: Sarah Olive
Publisher:Intellect Books - 2015-06-01

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