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Celebrate Shakespeare’s 400th Anniversary!

We're really excited about the fact that it's William Shakespeare's 400th anniversary this year! So you can share our excitement, we wanted to tell you about how EducationCity can help you teach your class about Shakespeare, whilst getting to grips with important English/Literacy concepts!

“To Climb Steep Hills Requries a Slow Pace at First”

Shakespeare has a whole wealth of seriously interesting history behind him and we know there's a lot of info to learn, so that's why we've created our To Edit or Not to Edit Learn Screens in our English/Literacy module to help you out!

What's great about the To Edit or Not to Edit Learn Screens?

  • Introduce Shakespeare: you can introduce Shakespeare to your class in a really engaging and enjoyable way.
  • Learn important concepts: not only do you learn about Shakespeare, but you'll be teaching your students all about important English/Literacy concepts too!
  • Created with our Education Team: all our content is aligned to curriculum objectives and created with our Education Team, which means we're giving you the best content to learn with!

Check out the To Edit or Not to Edit Learn Screens!

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To Edit or Not to Edit 1 – how to evaluate and edit a piece of text by changing the word order within a sentence.

  • England: Year 3 & 4
  • Scotland: First** & First***
  • Wales: Year 3 & 4
  • N. Ireland: P5

To Edit or Not to Edit 2 – how to evaluate and edit a piece of text by illustrating how to accurately use pronouns within a sentence.

  • England: Year 3 & 4
  • Scotland: First** & First***
  • Wales: Year 3 & 4
  • N. Ireland: P5

To Edit or Not to Edit 3 – how to evaluate and edit a piece of text from present to past tense.

  • England: Year 3 & 4
  • Scotland: First** & First***
  • Wales: Year 3 & 4
  • N. Ireland: P5

To Edit or Not to Edit 4 – evaluate and edit a piece of text by changing the tense from first person to third person.

  • England: Year 3 & 4
  • Scotland: First** & First***
  • Wales: Year 3 & 4
  • N. Ireland: P5

So what are you waiting for? Celebrate Shakespeare’s 400th anniversary and check out these fantastic Learn Screens, log in here!

Can’t access the To Edit or Not to Edit Learn Screens? Click here for a free trial.