How to Get Kids Excited about Shakespeare

How to Get Kids Excited about Shakespeare -- Write RightUnless a kid has theatrical or literature leanings, most don’t care all that much about Shakespeare. It’s required reading to muddle through in junior high and high school. Cue the cliff notes! The kids might enjoy it if they have a good literature teacher who explores the language and imagery, but even then, the end result is much like the one faced by poor Emily Dickinson: something to be read and promptly forgotten.

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Working Hard Doesn’t Mean Working 24/7

Working Hard Doesn't Mean Working 24/7 -- Write RightI work hard. However, I differentiate working hard from working 24/7. I’m prone to the latter; it’s easy for me to work and incredibly difficult to rest. I have to exercise great care and self-discipline so that I don’t fall into workaholism.

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Is Grit Important?

Is Grit Important? -- Write RightGrit. Stick-to-it-iveness. (An impossible, almost Seussian word to say. I don’t recommend it—) Getting things done. Those people.

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