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✾Facebook Live Broadcast✾

We held a Facebook live broadcast this week where you had an opportunity to ask our educators your questions about the course, Shakespeare and learning English.

The Facebook live broadcast was held on Thursday 23rd April, Shakespeare’s birthday, at 1pm UK time on the British Council LearnEnglish Facebook page.

If you don’t use Facebook or you couldn’t join us for the broadcast you can watch a video of the event on this step. You can also find the recording on Facebook here. Thanks to everyone who joined us live and to everyone who posted questions on this step - your participation made this event a great success!

Below are links to resources mentioned during the broadcast and some others that you might find interesting.

An article on teaching Shakespeare to learners of English
An article about teaching Shakespeare to primary school children

Resources for teachers
A lesson plan: Lady Macbeth and how to get what you want
Shakespeare videos on LearnEnglish Kids
A lesson plan on the life of William Shakespeare for children
Sparknotes study guides

Article containing information about the actors in The King’s men
The inspiration behind Macbeth
Shakespeare podcasts
An article about words invented by Shakespeare

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