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Published: 08/07/2013
KS4 | Prose
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Lennie in quotes

A beautifully illustrated resource focusing on Lennie and what various quotes from Chapter 1 suggest about his character.    

See other resources: Of Mice and Men by John Steinbeck

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Claire Whiley
Claire Whiley
A stunning resource allowing students to capture thoughts on key quotations. Beautiful resources kindly shared - thank you!
Posted on 30th October 2019
Hi Alison,

You can also click on the 'See more resources by this contributor' link next to the resource which will show you all the resources for this contributor.

Hope that helps!
Posted on 14th April 2016
Alison Mc
Alison Mc
I love everything this teacher produces. Have a look at her/his poetry revision sheets too. If you type in 'Beautifully illustrated' you get a list of things s/he has done. I like the one on My Last Duchess.
Posted on 14th April 2016
Eva Buyuksimkesyan
Eva Buyuksimkesyan
really liked this idea. beautiful illustration as well.Unfortunately I will have no class to teach of mice and men but thanks for the inspiration.

Posted on 12th August 2013
Karen Gill
Karen Gill
Brilliant! Love the art work!
Posted on 8th August 2013
Ruth Newbury
Ruth Newbury
What a memorable way to explore chapter one. This is where the illustration by a talented artist has enhanced the text and given the students a number of clues about the character.

I know that my lower ability literature students would have loved this - would have enjoyed completing the task - and retained a good deal of what they had discovered.

This is where I wish that I could search by the author of each worksheet - because I would be searching everything to find more worksheets like this - almost regardless of the text because the author can do something that I can't - make a worksheet into a work of art with an illustration that actually adds to the interpretation of the text.

Posted on 25th July 2013

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