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William Shakespeare’s ‘Measure for Measure’
remains a significant text in a post-modern world, where the prosecutions of
Harvey Weinstein and Jeffrey Epstein have shed fresh light onto gender
inequality and sexual abuse. I have taught this text many times and have used
this specific resource to lead my teaching in the classroom, as a distance
learning/homework assignment and even as a tool of revision – all have worked
well for the students.

This beautifully engaging 22 slide
PowerPoint lesson includes a starter activity, summary and analysis questions,
an academic writing task, an extension task, theme tracking questions, a
homework assignment and a plenary. This is a complete resource (approximately
2-3 hours teaching time) that requires no additional labour from the overworked
teacher.  Enjoy.