Abridged Shakespeare scenes

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Abridged Shakespeare scenes; keeping original language and overall plot meaning of Macbeth (two scenes; one for weaker readers). You need to tell them the whole story first (there are various books that have story versions); as the banquet scene doesn't make much sense out of context. My class really enjoyed working on this. We ended the work by watching the animated version of Macbeth; which was a great way to demonstrate the visual/audio impact and use of metaphor.

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November 2009
A useful start for us in our class. Thank you for submitting!
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April 2009
Hi this resource is great but where is the Romeo and Juliet scene you mention?