MACBETH TEACHING RESOURCES MACBETH THROUGH MULTIPLE INTELLIGENCES AND MEMORY-BASED LEARNING
Here you will find two terrific resources to help you teach Shakespeare's most bloody play, Macbeth.
Created by an English teacher who has taught English for many years and who has also run successful workshops for teachers of English in South Africa, England, Wales, Spain, Malaysia and China.
These two resources will invigorate your teaching of Macbeth and inspire your students with innovative methods and engaging actitivies.
“I am Head of English as Tennyson High School, a secondary modern school in Mablethorpe, Lincolnshire.
This year my department was the most improved in the country at KS3, with a third of our pupils gaining level 5+ more than last year.
Your English course has been more than instrumental in that success: we have improved KS3 and KS4 imaginative writing skills by at least two grades/levels; many of the resources supplied are used as posters to teach specifics
…I can honestly say that, renewing my acquaintance with your course has reminded me how inspirational and innovative your ideas are - I should be using more of them in school to improve even more! Thank you.”
Alison Grey-Smith, Head of English, Tennyson High School. –
following my Hooks, Lines and Thinkers English course.