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Q: Hypercard
Shakespeare Electronic Conference, Vol. 3, No. 205.  Monday, 31 August 1992.
 
 
From: 		Joseph Lawrence Lyle <
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Date: 		Mon, August 31, 1992, 10:09:54 -0400
Subject: 	Re: An Informal Networked Conference for SHAKSPER?
 
I'd like to know what people can tell me about their experiences using
interactive videos to teach Shakespeare.  I'm learning Hypercard so I can hook
up a public domain text to a video changer.  The idea is to let a student--who
may be confused about what is going on in a scene--pull up different staged
versions of the scene.  Watching a video all the way through has its uses, but
I want to use different productions to emphasize the constructive nature of
interpretation.  The complete video can also be too much of a good thing: once
a student knows the story, focusing on the scene should encourage more critical
thinking.
 
Has anyone tried this?
 
Jay Lyle, University of Virginia

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