The Trial of Christopher Marlowe

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I am honored to have been able to write this post originally for Never Less Than Everything.

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8 thoughts on “The Trial of Christopher Marlowe

  1. My ‘like’ begins with this exciting and captivating post on Marlowe. I was totally hooked, loved the story, and I learned more than I knew. There’s a bigger piece here; this post illustrates the best of teaching, where a teacher uses hands-on ‘tools’ to inspire students (for college students, setting up a mock trial is hands-on), then turns the reins over to the students. That’s how children learn. I call it emergent curriculum in my preschool class. In college, these kids have been empowered in Charles French’s class. They create and execute the trial, yet that ‘power’ means they need to be prepared and study to do their job. Ah! Creativity is fundamental in learning. Bravo, Charles.

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