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Study: Shakespeare play helps children with autism communicate

(MediaSource) In an effort to help children with autism socialize more easily and communicate more effectively, researchers are turning to the works of Shakespeare. In a newly published study, 14 children with autism participated in 10 weeks of acting classes featuring Shakespeare's play The Tempest.
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