The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde

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The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde

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This six-week teaching pack addresses the 19th century text elements of the English Literature GCSE and provides students with a practical, accessible route-through the text – and plenty of exam practice to boot.

Crammed, as always, with engaging activities and resources – including comprehension, language analysis and creative tasks – plus advice for differentiation and sample exam questions, the pack contains all you need to bring Stevenson’s novel to life.

Key features:

  • assessment objective mapping
  • lesson plans and ideas along with 52 tailor-made resources
  • exam-style questions for all exam boards.

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Grace NsubugaGrace Nsubuga
Thanks for saving me a lot of hunting around for resources!
Posted on 1st December 2016
Katie MeekingsKatie Meekings
This teaching pack was absolutely invaluable to me! I had never taught Jekyll and Hyde before and the organisation of this pack really suited my style of teaching-clearly ordered activities, clear differentiation, brilliant resources. Can't rate it high enough!
Posted on 27th January 2016
Anthony CollinsAnthony Collins
A fantastic resource - it would be great to get a similar pack for A Chrismas Carol.
Posted on 24th June 2015
Helen StaceyHelen Stacey
We had a few deliberations about this ourselves – well done for spotting the detail! Having used the Penguin Classics edition, we used the title as it appears on that edition of the text. (Helen, Teachit Editor)
Posted on 13th April 2015
russell grayrussell gray
Looks interesting. Title’s wrong though – Stevenson called the book “Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde” without the definite article. Penguin Classics got it wrong too; OUP didn’t. So it goes.
Posted on 10th April 2015

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