The Tempest Teacher's Resource Book by William Shakespeare, Marilyn Petit, Philip Page
  

The Tempest Teacher's Resource Book

Written by William Shakespeare, Marilyn Petit, Philip Page
Illustrated by
Part of the Shakespeare Graphics Series

RRP £55.00

Synopsis

The Tempest Teacher's Resource Book by William Shakespeare, Marilyn Petit, Philip Page

Using a carefully edited text and a unique cartoon-strip format to link important passages, the Livewire Shakespeare series brings to life Shakespeare's most popular plays, making them accessible to students of all abilities. The Teacher's Resource supports the teacher with activities and photocopiable worksheets.

Reviews

... a treasury of appropriate and varied suggestions for the teaching of this text and... not a random collection of trite work sheets. I particularly liked the potential to really stretch pupils

-curricular approaches. I will certainly be recommending this to my colleagues... I would argue a good investment for any English department's resource library. -- Ink Pellet 20070110

About the Author

Philip Page is an experienced author and illustrator. He is an ex-Deputy Head and teacher of English and History. Marilyn Pettit is Senior Advisor at Somwell LEA.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
64 pages
Interest Age: From 10 To 14

Author

William Shakespeare, Marilyn Petit, Philip Page
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Publisher

Hodder Education

Publication date

31st March 2006

ISBN

9780340888162


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