Blood Brothers teaching pack

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Blood Brothers

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(GCSE) | Downloadable pack
 
 
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Our comprehensive GCSE teaching pack has been created to support students taking GCSE English Literature for AQA, Edexcel and WJEC Eduqas.  Page numbers and extracts relate to the Methuen Drama Modern Classics edition (2001).

'Blood Brothers is a … favourite with both teachers and students. This pack contains a wide range of activities to encourage exploration of the play's context, themes, language, structure and characters. Tasks range from starter games to comparisons with Greek tragedy and Romeo and Juliet. It also includes revision grids and practice examination-style questions suitable for detailed and thorough examination preparation.'

Annie Fox, writer

These 23 lessons and wide range of resources are all you need for an in-depth analysis of this tragic story.

Key features:

  • 23 lessons
  • 49 bespoke resources
  • exam-style questions for GCSE English Literature.
 

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Key features:

  • 23 lessons
  • 49 bespoke resources
  • exam-style questions for GCSE English Literature.

Reviews


Lindy LeslieLindy Leslie
Hi Karen,

Thanks for your feedback. We've asked our design team to look into this and fix the formatting issues. Thanks again and we're glad you like the pack!
Posted on 9th March 2018
Karen ThornleyKaren Thornley
A really good resource that I will look forward to using. It's come a little late for current Year 11, so I will dip into it for revision purposes. I did find the layout iffy, as many pages were wasted when I printed it out. Also, the text in some boxes were too large and didn't show the full text and I have had to adapt.
Thank you for another good resource.
Posted on 15th February 2018
 

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