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March 09, 2010


Charlie Barrow

I bought the plain text version of Macbeth for my Primary Year 4 class and it has really helped some of the boys engage with the text where they would have otherwise struggled. They are wonderful (and gory) resources. We also produce a 9-scene animation using I Can Animate. Very interested to see the new interactive graphic novels.

Peter Richardson

I used the Macbeth version in Year 4 after reading a previous post and I couldn't agree more... The children found it one of the most exciting and memorable resources they have used all year. Can't wait to try the interactive version :)

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