Shakespeare the Eternal Magician

SHAKESPEARE, THE ETERNAL MAGICIAN.
Nina MK, Ph.D.
As chance would have it, “Shakespeare, le Magicien Eternel” was the phrase which greeted me on a French magazine cover in Paris. The words do not require a translation: Shakespeare indeed is the eternal magician. The church book in Stratford-on-Avon tells us that he was born on April 23, 1564, and died on the same day in 1616. His memory is carefully preserved in his birth place, and his writings are revered around the world.

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Realia in EL Teaching

REALIA IN TEACHING.
Nina Mk, Ph.D.

Realia in education means real-life facts and material used in teaching. Visual aids play a huge role at any age and level. When we show a picture of an object or phenomenon, bring in a toy or a souvenir into class, share a fascinating news item with our students, it helps them remember the new vocabulary and the topic itself better.

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