Complete Macbeth Interactive
|Op. System:||Win95, Win98, WinME, WinXP, Windows2000, Windows2003, Windows CE|
|File size:||8.75 MB|
Publisher description for Complete Macbeth Interactive
Here is a computer program for an intense study of Macbeth, uncovering the entire play scene by scene. Your students will study from and answer questions on Shakespeare's original sources, the geography of Scotland appertaining to the play, the works of art inspired by Macbeth, and the language devices masterfully used in this darkest of Shakespeare's dramatic works. This program contains complete score reports, maps, text glossaries and more. Created, with all the intelligences in mind, for secondary students. Amazingly, a purchased download or CD allows for full classroom or lab use by one instructor. Once you've purchased either the download or the CD-Rom disk, in the confirmation email immediately sent to you, you will receive the web address for downloading the program. Full score reporting for each scene. All averages are available for printing as a single-page score report for each student. Contains three levels of question difficulty that you can set on a student-by-student basis with 167 to 324 questions possible, depending on the difficulty setting. Well-rounded approach to teaching Shakespeare, having students tie in events and situations in the play with history, language, rhetoric, and geography. Created for ALL students, with AP language and literature devices emphasized. Engaging dramatic readings of the play for each scene. Easy-to-utilize screens. All references are on the same screen for scrolling. Clickable text glossary for difficult words and archaic concepts. Covers Special Education and ESOL modifications such as self-pacing, readings of texts, immediate feedback and multiple attempts per question to enhance learning. Easy, intuitive navigation. Installs directly to your computer and runs without a CD-Rom disk. Used in real classrooms with real students. Involves three of the five senses to give students that much-needed, interactive approach to experiencing Shakespeare.