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Shakespeare In Bits: Romeo & Juliet iPad Edition

by Mindconnex Learning Ltd.
Current version: 1.0.9p
Language: English
Requirements: Compatible with iPad. Requires iOS 3.2 or later


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***Shakespeare In Bits: Macbeth also available. View 'More Apps by Mindconnex Learning' for details***

Struggling with Shakespeare? Let Shakespeare In Bits help with this all-new fully-animated study edition of Romeo and Juliet featuring Kate Beckinsale and Michael Sheen.

Don’t settle for cut-down film editions, or lifeless translations of the play text. Shakespeare In Bits features the complete original text combined with all-new dynamic-text features to make understand


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  • Excellent Review Of Romeo &Amp; Juliet Version:1.0.9p By Tedd Riggs

    Romeo &Amp; Juliet Is One Of My Favorite Plays, However I Find It Hard To Site Down And Just Read The Play. This Version With The Mixed Moving Text And Characters, Plus Spoken Words Is Fantastic As Its A Great Learning Tool To Hear The Play As You Read It. I Thought It Was Neat How The Authors Highlighted The Old English Words That Are Not Common Today And With A Simple Tap It Gives You The Word In Todays Meaning.
    Well Worth The Money On This One !

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  • Great Resource For Teaching Version:1.0.9p By Matthew Stern

    Apart From The Occasional Crash, This Has Proven To Be A Wonderful Accompaniment To Teaching The Play, Especially If Hooked Up To A Projector. Quick, No Nonsense, And Mostly Thorough; I Just Wish There Were A Bit More Analysis.

  • Amazing!! Version:1.0.9p By Robert Harkins

    My 9-Year-Old 4th Grader Got Through The Whole Thing, Without Me Prodding Or Even Asking Him To, And He UNDERSTOOD IT! It Was Great For Me, Too, And I Was A Theater Major With A Significant Background In Shakespeare In College. Great Job! Pairing The Text With The Audio And The Simple Graphics Is A Thoroughly Enjoyable Way To &Quot;Read&Quot; Shakespeare. Kudos!

    My Only Complaint Is That There Are Only Two Of These So Far. I Can'T Wait For The Next One / Several. What'S Next? Lear? Hamlet? Maybe A Comedy Or History?

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