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Introducing Dickens

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He had but one eye
Task exploring Dickens' description of Mr Squeers.  … read more
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Breaking Victorian news
Prepare and present a TV news programme reporting events from  … read more
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A Christmas Carol - interactive sequencing activity
Sort the events from A Christmas Carol into the right order.  … read more
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Even more Dickensian adjectives
Find synonyms and antonyms for Dickensian adjectives.  … read more
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More Dickensian adjectives
Find synonyms and antonyms for Dickensian adjectives.  … read more
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Some more Dickensian adjectives
Find synonyms and antonyms for Dickensian adjectives.  … read more
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A Christmas Carol - Christmas spirit. An interactive ranking activity
Rank these statements from 'A Christmas Carol' from best to least  … read more
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How Dickens appeals to our senses
Close reading of an extract followed by a writing task.  … read more
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