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Shakespeare’s
classic tragedy forewarns of vanity and its fleeting values, explores the
concept of aging and the decline of control, power and identity. In an age of
social media, its vanity and its attached fleeting values, our individual lack
of control and our ever-changing identities in the post-modern world, this text
remains relevant and essential. I have taught this text many times in the last
20 years and I have used this specific resource (revised in 2020): to lead my
teaching in class, as a distance learning material/homework assignment and even
as a tool of revision – all have worked well for the students.

This
dynamically presented PowerPoint lesson of 23 slides, includes: a starter
activity, a glossary of terms, summary and analysis questions, an academic
writing task, a theme tracker, an extension task, a homework assignment and a
plenary. This is a complete resource with no additional work required from the
teacher. Enjoy!