Macbeth 30 Minute Version

Macbeth 30 Minute Version

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Resource Description

This is an edited version of the play Macbeth. It can be read in 30 minutes and is ideal to use with SEN students or as a one-off lesson. It uses the original words from the text so students can engage with the language without being bogged down.

The resource works for all abilities and across key stages. It is SEN friendly as it is easy to track through the words and places.

I have used this with GCSE groups and it works well with revising the new English Literature specifications and making notes. In terms of cost-effectiveness, it is only 40 pages long so printing costs are lower than buying in texts - or just print off key scenes.

Resource Files

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File Name File Type File Size
Macbeth by William Shakespeare 30 Minute - Better Editing.docx
Microsoft Word 35KB

Resource References

The author recommends that this resource is useful for teachers of the following subjects. The list is not exhaustive and the resource may apply to other subjects and areas that are not listed.

Additional References

CCEA GCSE English Literature

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