Teaching by Shakespeare

The most important biographical element of Shakespeare’s life is that there is evidence he was once a teacher. It is confirmed that Shakespeare attended the grammar school in Stratford-upon-Avon. He spent seven years at the King’s New School where he spent most of his time learning Latin. He later took his education and became a private teacher during the “lost years” of his life. This element of being a teacher proves that Shakespeare has had an education and has much knowledge about writing, which made him so successful in his field of study.

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http://www.literarygenius.info/education-of-william-shakespeare.htm

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