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Khanacademy. Khanacademy. SHAKESPEARE ON FILM. Featuring resources on 13 of Shakespeare’s plays, from Romeo and Juliet to Titus Andronicus, the resources cover over 25 different filmed versions of his works.


Ranging across study guides, film extracts, interactive downloads and documentary programmes the resources aim to engage students with the plays themselves via filmed adaptations of Shakespeare's works making this site - a veritable one stop shop for all your "film and Shakespeare" needs. Featuring interviews with Kenneth Branagh, Ian McKellen and Adrian Noble as well as film makers such as Richard Linklater and Richard Loncraine, the resources offer insight into the plays themselves, raise issues about Shakespeare’s language and look at the adaptation process but always focusing on Shakespeare’s texts themselves.

An ideal way to get your students started on Shakespeare. An introductory teacher guide and 25 minute documentary looks at a number of issues surrounding studying Shakespeare as well as his place within culture. 1000 idées sur le thème Cartes De New York sur Pinterest  Paintings in movies. Tenement Museum Blog: minding the store. As part of its research for “Minding the Store,” the Museum is working to locate the living descendants of 97 Orchard Street’s shopkeepers, particularly those whose stories will feature prominently in the exhibit itself.

Tenement Museum Blog: minding the store

One of those shopkeepers is Israel Lustgarten and his family. In an unrestored, partially-furnished “instructive ruin” apartment, we will tell the story of the Austrian-Jewish Lustgartens and their kosher butcher shop, which was located at 97 Orchard Street c. 1890-1902. In 1899, it was one of 131 kosher butcher shops on the Lower East Side. During the May 1902 kosher meat riot, the front window of the Lustgarten butcher shop was smashed. Recently, with the assistance of Research Intern Danielle Charlap, the Museum located Louise Almy, who is the great-granddaughter of Israel and Goldie Lustgarten and the granddaughter of Fanny Lustgarten and Louis Graubard, who also worked in his in-laws' butcher shop. New York Facts: 10 Facts about New York you didn't know. About Factslides a high traffic content website (over 1 million visits / month) that takes relevant and complex information from NGOs, think tanks, journals, specialized magazines and media and converts it into colorful and animated slideshows that are easy and fun to read, making the information accessible to students, teachers and curious minds for fun, research, lesson planning, and homework.

New York Facts: 10 Facts about New York you didn't know

Factslides is dedicated to provide well-sourced and verified information that will help young people access the information and critical thinking skills they need to make our world a better place. New York City Vacation Travel Guide. Deconstructing History: NYC Video - New York City. You're almost done!

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Portraits of Ellis Island Immigrants

The first immigrant to pass though the station was 17-year-old Annie Moore from Cork, Ireland, one of the 700 immigrants arriving on the opening day on January 1, 1892. The first and second class passengers were considered wealthy enough not to become a burden to the state and were examined onboard the ships while the poorer passengers were sent to the island where they underwent medical examinations and legal inspections. These images of people wearing their folk costumes were taken by amateur photographer Augustus Sherman who worked as the Chief Registry Clerk on Ellis Island from 1892 until 1925. The people in the photographs were most likely detainees who were waiting for money, travel tickets or someone to come and collect them from the island. Morse Code Translator. Text to Morse.

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