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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. In our
post-modern world of ‘false news’, ‘conspiracies’, ‘social media revenge’ and
‘corrupted politics’, Hamlet remains an essential text. 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 15 slide PowerPoint lesson leads the students through
two guided pieces of creative writing strongly related to the text. The study
materials contained within this PowerPoint lesson provide approximately 90 minutes
teaching time in class. This is a complete resource with no additional work
required from the teacher, enjoy!