Study Reference King Lear
King Lear has become very popular among high school teachers due to its length and subject matter. Study Reference King Lear helps students learn Shakespeare's tragedy by combining text and voice, allowing students to read along to help them understand this classic at their own pace. The problem with Shakespeare's work is that the pacing of his plays are quick, which makes them difficult to follow when viewing or listening. However, the text is not easy to read for students who are not familiar with Old English and may bore some students. So we combine the audio and text to allow you the freedom to listen to the lines you want, replay them, make notes, and then continue whenever you want. Studies show that when you read along with others, it's easier to follow and understand the text.
Our software features
The complete written and spoken words to Macbeth for reference.
The ability to play, pause, or stop lines from one character or scene.
The ability to play, pause, or stop an entire scene from start to finish.
Note system to let you take notes. Notes include the act, scene, character, and lines for that character by default. Notes can be archived for later use.
Bookmark so you can continue from the last scene you were reading or listening.
Web browser so you can email your notes to school or home.
Menu graphics and background can be changed.