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Hi, fellow teacher.
I have used the Prestwick Lesson Plans for A Midsummer Night's Dream, and have been very satisfied with them. As I understand it, you want to view certain pages and not have to print 100+ ? The only way I figured out how to view them was to go to the Lesson Plans, for instance and click on PDF file. (Don't worry; nothing will prini without your indicating that you want to print.) Then open this and you can view all the pages full size and see which ones you want. Write down the numbers so when you go to print you can specify what pages you want (in print the pages are too small to see).
There is a table of contents on the second page so you can scroll down to whichever page you wish. Then, if you want something from other than the Lesson Plans, just return to the menu above your question here and click on it.
You will be very satisfied with the Prestiwick Lesson Plans; they save soooo much time! Hope these instructions help you, and thanks for using enotes.
Posted by mwestwood on June 12, 2011 at 4:10 AM (Answer #2)
High School Teacher
If you are going to choose between them, I would very strongly recommend the Prestwick Lesson Plans, in particular the activity section. I have used Prestwick Lesson Plans for a number of texts, including this one, and have been greatly impressed by the quality and care that has gone into creating a series of activities that I can use to structure my teaching and also other ideas and activities that I can pull out as and when necessary. Whilst it is not perfect and I have had to modify some activities, I think this is normal for lesson plans of this nature. But I have definitely found the core ideas to be really useful and easy to adapt.
Posted by accessteacher on June 12, 2011 at 10:22 PM (Answer #4)
Middle School Teacher
Posted by litteacher8 on June 24, 2011 at 12:51 AM (Answer #5)
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