In my opinion, this workshop was a valuable way to learn. It was fun and it was better than just reading about Shakespeare . Shakespeare is something that I am not a big fan of and something that I am not intrested in but Bard on the Beach opended my eyes to his work in a fun way.
I learned about the story plot of the “Taming of the Shrew” and that Shakespeare was very dramatic in his plays. I also, learned how to act and show emotion using my body and face.
I liked that we werent pushed to read and act in front of the class and how the workshop was very interactive. I also enjoyed the tableaus and learning about the “Taming of the Shrew”.
Book: Acceleration by Graham McNamee
Station Two and Three:
List 3 strategies to tell if the site is a hoax:
- If the website contains valuable information.
- I myself look at the overall presentation of the website and if the content is trustworthy and doesn’t have spelling errors. I also, see who made the website, when the website was created and if they give contact information.
I learned how to identify if a website is real or fake and I learned how to cite a website.
URL of one publication: http://web.b.ebscohost.com/ehost/search/basic?vid=0&sid=6bae4e30-a280-408d-bb56-9a5f9f05c4d4%40sessionmgr1
- Go to the Riverside homepage and click library
- Then click the red “Click Here”
- Then go to EBSCO Databases
- Then click “Academic Search Premier”
- Then you can search what interests you!
** Ebsco Login- riversiderapids
** Ebsco Password- library