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William
Shakespeare’s tragedy ‘Hamlet’ remains a celebrated text, still being performed
worldwide on-stage and also enjoying a number of reimaged film versions. The continued
corruption of modern politics and the worldwide challenges towards justice make
this an essential text to study as students in the post-modern world. I have
taught this text a number of times and have used this specific (revised)
resource to lead my teaching in class, as a distance learning material (Google
Meet lessons), as a homework assignment and even as a tool of revision – all
have worked well for the students.

This
beautifully illustrated 30 slide PowerPoint lesson includes a starter activity,
a brief author biography, structured exploration questions connected to the
themes, structured questions connected to the characterisation of leading
characters, an extension task, a homework assignment and a plenary. The study
materials within this PowerPoint lesson contain approximately 3 hours teaching
time in class. This is a complete resource with no additional work required
from the teacher, enjoy!