Hamlet Summary Act and Scene Cards - Plot Summaries for Shakespeare's Play

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Hamlet Act and Scene Summary Cards are an excellent classroom reference for both teacher and student. These 20 printable act and scene plot summary cards outline the most important plot moments in Hamlet by William Shakespeare. Simply print and cut out the cards, and you have a resource available that can be used as a tool for struggling readers, as a quick way to find plot moments, or as a tool to find text evidence during essay writing.

Included In The Hamlet Summary Cards:

➡️ Act and Scene Plot Summary Cards: These 20 half-page act and scene plot summary cards include points that outline and summarize the most important events from Hamlet by William Shakespeare. The cards can easily be printed, cut out, and attached with a binder clip or metal ring. They are a quick way for students to find important plot moments, or they can be used as a tool for students to locate text evidence during their writing process for any writing assignment.

How to use the Hamlet Summary Cards:
These chapter summary cards can be used in a variety of ways during your unit plan for Hamlet:
  1. Teacher and Student Reference: Need to find a moment in the plot quickly? Use the chapter summary cards as a tool to quickly know in which chapter the plot event occurs.
  2. Finding Text Evidence for an Essay: Are your students attempting to find text evidence to support a claim in their essay? These act and scene summaries will them find the right scene quickly to locate a quote they can use for support.
  3. Struggling Readers: Do you have a student who struggles with reading comprehension? Allow them to read the summary before reading the original text of Shakespeare's Hamlet to support them in their comprehension.
  4. Checking Understanding: The act and scene summaries can also be used as a way to check student comprehension. This can be a self-check or you could use it as an assessment to ensure students understood the most important plot moments.

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