Review: Silly Shakespeare for Students

Silly Shakespeare for Students is a new series from Alphabet Publishing. It offers simplified versions of well-known Shakespeare plays, making them accessible and fun for English language learners. You can read the blurb from the publisher here.

A few key points about the resources…

Each play in the series has been cut to about an hour They’re all done in rhyming couplets – short, sharp and engaging They include lots of humour throughout, regardless of the original genre Plays include stage directions, some production notes, plus an explanation of how the play has been adapted.

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