Hey! I just discovered something new at eNotes: video study guides. So far I've looked at only the guides for "Romeo and Juliet" and "Macbeth." Is there a list of video guides?
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How did you find them?
I was looking at something in the "Romeo and Juliet" study guide and happened to notice a tab for Video Study Guide at the top of the page, so I checked it out. Cool!
Wow! This is neat...I haven't looked yet. Is it a guide to the video, or actual video footage? This could be useful in the classroom...introducing a little cinematography and film criticism in our discussions. :)
It's actually a version of our study guides in video format, with textual graphics and a person reading the information. It's intended to help students who learn better by audio/video instead of text.
A complete list of the guides is available on this page: http://www.enotes.com/topics/video-study-guides
How cool is THIS? Awesome! I had no clue these existed. :-/ Shame on me LOL!
This is a nice change. I checked out Macbeth's video guide. This kind of guide can also be helpful if you're a multi-tasker like me. I can only read so many pages on the computer screen before going blind, so hearing it while I'm doing something else is a plus!
Does anyone have any of their own video study guides that they can share with Enotes new sharing feature?
I found these by accident too. This is very useful, because it helps you decide which version of a play to show. It can be difficult and expensive to choose if there are several choices. This helps me to know that I have chosen the right one. Sometimes there is more than one video, but that helps me decide which one as well.
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