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Shakespeare in Bits: A Midsummer Night's Dream

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Title: Shakespeare in Bits: A Midsummer Night's Dream
Summary: Animations and text supports bring the Bard's fantasy world to life

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Pros: Side-by-side text and animations, as well as subtitles, help students connect the text and video; analyses make understanding the text easier.
Cons: Some students may rely on the scene summaries and other analyses instead of actually reading the play.
Bottom Line: Numerous supports, including cartoons, audio, and paraphrased passages, help students understand one of Shakespeare's most popular and most confusing comedies.

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