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LISTEN UP and learn how to achieve your best grade in essays and coursework. SmartPass Macbeth combines a powerful full-cast unabridged audio drama of the play, NO READING REQUIRED, with a detailed commentary that explores and explains everything you need to know to excel in your literature studies. Guided by the PassMaster, played by Joan Walker, listeners can take control of their own learning by moving at the pace they need to, recapping and re-listening when they want to, and pausing the guide to make notes, take breaks, or carry out suggested tasks. Created by teachers, theatre-in-education experts, and starring Nick Murchie, Coralyn Sheldon, Andy Greenhalgh, John Albasiny, Ben Crowe, Colin Campbell, Vashti MacLachlan, Chris Key, Terrence Hardiman, David Gooderson, Katerina Jugati, Harry Myers, Christopher Kelham, Peter Lindford, Will Hawksworth and Joan Walker as the PassMaster. Original music composed and performed by John Gotting. A SmartPass Teacher edition is also available. It includes a teacher pack of projects linked to the audio, designed to spark and engage students imaginations. The SmartPass range has won 3 Spoken Word Awards and in August 2008 the guide to Romeo and Juliet was voted the nation's 3rd favourite audiobook.
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We understand how difficult it can be for a student to feel involved in the world of literature, and to evoke the excitement of live theatre through study, and so have created the SmartPass range of audio education study guides to enable students to experience, enjoy and appreciate the power of the written word in its fullest sense. Ideal for independent study, the entire play is performed by actors from the RSC, BBC and the Royal National Theatre, while entertaining and informative commentary and study notes, written by teachers, are presented as the plot unfolds. Designed to help break down the barriers of language, imagery and social context, listeners not only experience and explore the entire play, but social and historical notes within the commentary help them to understand what life was like in Shakespeare's time, and to appreciate how his writing changed the face of literature and why it is still enjoyed today. Teacher Editions of the guide are used in schools.
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