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William
Shakespeare’s tragic tale of misplaced ambition, betrayal and murder is brought
to life in this dynamic PowerPoint lesson that covers Act 5 Scenes 5, 6 and 7.
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 18
slide lesson provides approximately 2-3 hours of classroom teaching time and
includes a starter activity, summary and analysis questions, a glossary of
terms slide, an academic writing task, a theme tracking slide, 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!