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Multimedia Resources

for English Literature

and Reading Experience

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THE RESOURCES on this site for learning and teaching about literature, and for motivational reading materials to help the slow or reluctant reader are unique. They are the result of many years experience of teaching, and a desire to provide teaching and learning materials that can really make a difference for both student and teacher. The multimedia literature guides provide ideal material for lessons and lesson preparation.

MOST MATERIALS are also suitable for home use, some with reduced prices to ease the burden of buying really useful educational materials for your child.

English Literature
Our interactive multimedia literature teaching and learning aids focus on eight of the most studied literary texts for schools in English speaking countries: Animal Farm by George Orwell, Great Expectatons by Charles Dickens, Lord of the Flies by William Golding, Macbeth and Romeo and Juliet by William Shakespeare, Of Mice and Men by John Steinbeck, Roll of Thunder Hear My Cry by Mildred D Taylor, To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee. Whether studying at home, or used by teachers in the classroom they provide the ideal support and focus for studying and understanding literature.

Our interactive whiteboard program for William Shakespeare's Macbeth provides enough material to support many weeks of stimulating, active classroom lessons.

Kern the Strong
Six stories, and some three hundred and sixty full colour screens provide exciting and motivational reading and listening experiences for the reluctant and slow readers; they are also a valuable addition to reading resources for students learning English as a second language. Previously published in book form by Oxford University Press, these make a welcome - and unique, addition to the teacher's resources for students with a Reading Age of 7+, and Interest Age Range is from 7 - 12+. Full details may be found by exploring the menu items at left of screen.

NB All materials are available on 28 days approval when ordered by UK based educational institutions.