We've gathered these pages from a variety of sources, but are unable to guarantee that the links are always functioning. Please drop a note to firstname.lastname@example.org if you find a link not functioning properly so we can investigate and clean up. Thanks for your assistance!•Tips for introducing the Bard for Home Schoolers, from Barbara Smith.•Teaching Shakespeare, from the Folger Shakespeare Library, including lesson plans and a teachers' lounge. Folger is one of the world's premier publishers of all things Shakespeare.•Triangulating Shakespeare, an outstanding instructional web site created by Prof. Steven Marx of Cal Poly and his students, introductory, advanced and graduate.•Yahoo's Shakespeare Lesson Plans: Yahoo has a category for popular Shakespeare lesson plans•Open Source Shakespeare Information on Shakespeare's plays including texts, characters, and lots of other useful information.•Mr. William Shakespeare and the InternetHosted by Palomar University, this site has a number of excellent references.•Shakespeare.com This site has study guides, quotes, an encyclopedia, and more.•Shakespeare Oxford Society Detailed information on the infamous Shakespeare authorship issue.•Bardware A list of plays, movies, festivals, and more!•Tudor History The Tudors figure prominently in Shakespeare's plays. This site explains who they are and has family trees.