BOOK: The Lion in Winter & the Middle Ages – For Additional copies of this NEXUS volume

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The Lion In Winter and the Middle Ages (Plus FREE teaching guidelines and FREE and FOR-A-FEE ONLINE supplements and lesson plans – see Lesson Plans in the website menu) – soft cover

Editor: Jesse Bryant Wilder

Authors and Consultants include: Don Bianchi, Vernard Foley (Purdue Univ., contributor to Scientific American), Stephen Fliegel (Curator of Medieval Art, Cleveland Museum of Art), Clyde Simpson (Observatory Coordinator, Cleveland Museum of Natural History), Jean Dubail, Dr. Ross Duffin (Chair of Early Music, Case Western Reserve University and author of Shakespeare’s Songbook), Carolyn Jack (theater and dance critic, Plain Dealer), Tom Scheuerman (writer), Keith Joseph (theater critic), Jesse Bryant Wilder

“The play is accessible and often funny. The teenage sons of Henry II will appeal to students, and the fine Hepburn/O’Toole film is widely available on video. The play is decidedly modern: witty anachronisms and ironic asides make that fact impossible to forget. Even if the play is not your principal focus, this unit is a good introduction to medieval life and literature.” – The College Board

“Chapters in [The Lion in Winter & the Middle Ages volume of NEXUS] provide any creative teacher with a cornucopia of ideas from which to draw lessons that cross the lines that usually separate subjects.” – Gene Maeroff, Breaking Ranks, NASSP, National Association of Secondary School Principals

“NEXUS serves as a powerful interdisciplinary resource for teachers by saving them a lot of legwork.” – National Council of History Education

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PRODUCT DETAILS

Soft cover: 32 pages

Publisher: Pallas Communications, Inc (1998)

Language: English

 

 

 

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A portion of our proceeds is donated annually to UNICEF’S Audrey Hepburn All Children in School Fund.

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Weight 0.225 lbs
Dimensions 11 × 8.5 × 0.065 in

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