Classical Comics has announced that it will appear at this year’s Education Show, March 4-6, at the NEC Birmingham, and offer a preview of new products.
The company publishes comic book adaptations of Romeo and Juliet, The Tempest, Henry V, and Macbeth, among other titles. Its aim is to “make classical literature appealing to all” and aid in differentiation in classes of mixed abilities by providing multiple versions of each title. Shakespeare titles, with preview sections available for download, feature unabridged “Original Text” scripts as well as translated “Plain Text” versions and simplified “Quick Text” editions.
From the Education Show website:
In 2010, the Education Show celebrates its 20th anniversary. Free to attend, the show is the UK’s largest showcase of educational resources, best practice methods and CPD training. Each year over 15,000 visitors test, sample, discuss and compare thousands of resources, designed to meet a huge range of educational needs. The show takes place from the 4th to 6th March 2010 and the vast array of resources, seminars and workshops, product training and demonstrations make this the most useful date in a school’s calendar.
Continue to the 2010 Education Show website for program and registration information.
Visit the Classical Comics website to learn more about its products.