Is Shakespeare funny?

Fred & Rita are college students. They argue about everything…

Fred is not a fan of the Bard: "Trust me!" he tells Rita. "William Shakespeare is not funny ..."

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English Language Level: CER B2

English Practice (B1-2)
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ESOL resources to help develop English language skills. Short reading & listening materials with accompanying activities.

Aimed at teenagers & young adults but suitable for all ages.

Skills Practice: Reading, Listening, Writing, Speaking & Use of English

Resources: presentations, reading & worksheets, quizzes, teaching notes & extension materials.

Sample Materials

Language Level: Intermediate/Upper Intermediate:  CEFr B1/B2

Exam LevelPreliminary (PET)PET for Schools - Preliminary English Test (B1) First (FCE) B2

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Getting Started with Macbeth
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English Language LevelAdvanced/Proficiency CER: C1

Exams: GCSE /IGCSE English Literature, IELTS, Cambridge Advanced, Cambridge Proficiency

Getting Started with Macbeth introduces Act One and establishes the key themes of the play.

It includes:

  • presentations for all seven scenes
  • audio & video clips
  • worksheets
  • key quotations
  • speech analysis
  • scene summaries
  • teaching/study notes

Sample Presentation: 1.1: Three Witches