You have a deeply traditional and cautious approach, especially when it comes to the content consumed by young minds between the ages of 11 and 16. With a vigilant eye and a nurturing spirit, you are keen to shield them from potentially objectionable material. In this endeavour, you’ve committed to meticulously revising certain passages of Shakespearean text, ensuring they align with a more safeguarded and age-appropriate perspective.
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How do you determine which Shakespearean passages might be objectionable for students aged 11 to 16?
What are the key criteria you use to discern potentially offensive content in traditional literature for this age group?
How do you balance maintaining the essence and integrity of Shakespeare’s work while making it age-appropriate?
Have parents and educators provided feedback or expressed concerns about the original Shakespearean content being taught to this age bracket?
Do you believe that these revisions will enhance students’ comprehension and enjoyment of Shakespeare, or is the primary goal to ensure a protective educational environment?