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Discussion in 'History' started by TESEnglish, Jan 26, 2011.

  1. TESEnglish

    TESEnglish Occasional commenter

    Dear Colleagues,
    Would you like to represent TES English on Ask Shakespeare day?
    Organised by the Shakespeare Birthplace
    Trust, Ask Shakespeare is a one-day, online event taking place on
    February 2, 2011. We are putting together a panel of experts to represent TES English and would welcome some support from the History Department for any tricky context / historical questions. :)

    Further information is available here:
    www.tes.co.uk/askshakespeare

    If you are interested, please message me. It should be a fun day!


    Yours
    sincerely,

    Chantel Mathias
    TES English



    PS. You would not be expected to be available ALL day. We can agree a slot that suits.
     
  2. TESEnglish

    TESEnglish Occasional commenter

    Dear Colleagues,
    Would you like to represent TES English on Ask Shakespeare day?
    Organised by the Shakespeare Birthplace
    Trust, Ask Shakespeare is a one-day, online event taking place on
    February 2, 2011. We are putting together a panel of experts to represent TES English and would welcome some support from the History Department for any tricky context / historical questions. :)

    Further information is available here:
    www.tes.co.uk/askshakespeare

    If you are interested, please message me. It should be a fun day!


    Yours
    sincerely,

    Chantel Mathias
    TES English



    PS. You would not be expected to be available ALL day. We can agree a slot that suits.
     

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