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Teaching with the records of early English drama

As a practical and much needed companion to the REED volumes, Teaching with the Records of Early English Drama will prove invaluable to both students and teachers of Medieval English Drama.
Print Book, English, ©2006
University of Toronto Press, Toronto, ©2006
xxvii, 238 pages : maps ; 24 cm
9780802090829, 0802090826
The audience of early drama : REED and the techniques of historical fiction
Using REED in teaching the Whitsun plays of Tudor Chester
'It's as if I'm really doing research!'
Teaching without texts : early English drama for performance studies students
Using REED 'Chester' for classroom and performance
Using historical documents in the literature classroom : Elizabethan and Jacobean church court cases
Teaching poems from Robert Herrick's Hesperides with the aid of REED documents
The use of REED documents in teaching early modern English history
'The husbandry and manage of my house' : Teaching women's studies from the Records of early English drama collections
Palaeography in the undergraduate drama class : teaching the secret life of documents
REED and language teaching
Going to HEL : REED and diachronic linguistics
Introducing undergraduates to documents in REED collections