After our master class in December on teaching Romeo and Juliet, we got so many great questions on the play and on how to make Shakespeare a success in the classroom.
We wanted the conversation to continue, and so we thought to ourselves, why not create a dedicated time each month for teachers to share their questions on a particular topic related to teaching Shakespeare?
One of the teachers we surveyed after the master class suggested an “office hours” of sorts.
And thus, we present Folger Office Hours. This Thursday (tomorrow!) we invite you to join us on Twitter for an informal Q&A from 2-3pm EST.
Here’s how it works:
1. You tweet your questions on the Folger Office Hours theme, which for this inaugural session is Romeo and Juliet.
2. We here at Folger Education (@FolgerED) will tweet back, answering questions as best we can in the moment. (Other teachers, feel free to chime in with your own thoughts and ideas!)
3. If any questions require more reflection or an extended response, we’ll save the answers for a blog post that we’ll publish the following Tuesday, right here on Making A Scene.
One last thing:
Be sure to use #folgerofficehours in your tweets to keep the conversation together.
We’re looking forward to chatting with you on Twitter tomorrow!