Teaching pack - A Christmas Carol

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A Christmas Carol

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(GCSE) | Downloadable pack
 
 
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Engage your students in this classic text and develop their critical reading skills with our teaching pack, A Christmas Carol.

The pack takes your students through the five staves of the text, providing social and historical context, discussion points, structured lesson ideas and supporting resources. Tasks include close-text analysis, comprehension, drama and exam-style questions – perfect for preparing your students for their GCSE.

Key features:

  • twenty-five lessons
  • exam style questions for the relevant exam boards.
 

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Reviews


 sara hoffmann sara hoffmann
Amazing resource!
Posted on 3rd January 2018
Siraj KhabirSiraj Khabir
GREAT
Posted on 16th December 2017
Claire DuckworthClaire Duckworth
Fantastic for KS4 exam prep. I particularly love the variety of activities and the choices for each lesson to suit all needs. There is more than enough work here for a unit.
Posted on 14th December 2017
Stephen MitchellStephen Mitchell
I am using this with a top set year 9 group. It contains differentiated sets of questions for the same sections of the novel which are very useful. The pack may be a little challenging for middle ability students. It has saved me a great deal of work, particularly with setting practice exam questions.
Posted on 22nd November 2017
Tamsin JohnsonTamsin Johnson
So far I have had a quick look. So far so good. We are teaching this for the first time with a wide cohort of Y10s. Thank you very much teachit. I will review properly when I have actually tried resources in front fo classes.
Posted on 23rd November 2015
 

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