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William
Shakespeare tragic tale of misplaced ambition, betrayal and murder is brought
to life in this dynamic introductory PowerPoint lesson. This lesson has been structured
to compliment the GCSE qualification, but I have also made slight adaptions in
the past to teach it within the American education system. I have used this
specific resource to lead my physical teaching in class, as a distance learning
material online/homework assignment and even as a tool of revision – all have
worked well for the students.

This 25
slide lesson provides approximately 2-3 hours of classroom teaching time and
includes a starter activity, structured tasks connected to the life and works
of William Shakespeare, focused questions connected to the themes and key
characters, an extension task, a homework assignment and a plenary. All the
time-consuming work has been completed for you, no further work is required.
This
is a complete resource. Enjoy!