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National Theatre creates FREE A-Level Hamlet whiteboard resources

Discussion in 'English' started by NationalTheatre, Jan 20, 2011.

  1. NationalTheatre

    NationalTheatre New commenter Jobseekers' Forum Host

    Hello
    If you want a selection of free downloadable resources for your whiteboards then, we at the National Theatre have made teachers some beautifully-designed, easy-to-use classroom resources that aim to enhance a student’s learning experience through exclusive video content and dramatic pictures.
    The first of these is an A-Level Hamlet resource called Minds Under Stress and supports the AQA curriculum. It features stunning quality exclusive excerpts from live performance footage, production images, supplementry video and interviews as well as questions and activities written by A-Level teachers.
    Download it here: www.prometheanplanet.com/nationaltheatre
    Want the content in a different way? Well we have put it in the NEN and it is freely accessible in most schools.
    This is the first time we have made a resource like this, so we would be really grateful if you could give us feedback. Hopefully you can help us make resources that you love to use.
     
  2. NationalTheatre

    NationalTheatre New commenter Jobseekers' Forum Host

    Hello
    If you want a selection of free downloadable resources for your whiteboards then, we at the National Theatre have made teachers some beautifully-designed, easy-to-use classroom resources that aim to enhance a student’s learning experience through exclusive video content and dramatic pictures.
    The first of these is an A-Level Hamlet resource called Minds Under Stress and supports the AQA curriculum. It features stunning quality exclusive excerpts from live performance footage, production images, supplementry video and interviews as well as questions and activities written by A-Level teachers.
    Download it here: www.prometheanplanet.com/nationaltheatre
    Want the content in a different way? Well we have put it in the NEN and it is freely accessible in most schools.
    This is the first time we have made a resource like this, so we would be really grateful if you could give us feedback. Hopefully you can help us make resources that you love to use.
     

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