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A GCSE English Literature Guide to Charles Dickens’ A Christmas Carol SOW

Laura Curran | Tuesday October 22, 2013

Categories: KS4, WJEC Eduqas GCSE, WJEC GCSE Pre-2015 Resources, WJEC GCSE English Literature, Unit 2b Drama and Prose , Hot Entries, Prose, A Christmas Carol, Analysing Prose, Writing, Literary Analysis, Prose Analysis

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This series of lessons, teaching materials and powerpoint slides has been produced to assist in your teaching of Charles Dickens’ popular short novel, ‘A Christmas Carol’. The novel is taught for many examination boards, but is especially popular with teachers of WJEC English Literature Unit 2 (Qu. 2), an examined unit. It is also a popular novel for KS3, although the language of Dickens undoubtedly poses difficulties for younger readers.

Associated Resources

  • Lesson 1 Context.zip
  • Lesson 2 Characters.zip
  • Lesson 3 Meeting Scrooge.zip
  • Lesson 4 Marleys Ghost.zip
  • Lesson 5 Christmas Past.zip
  • Lesson 6 and 7 What Scrooge Learns.zip
  • Lesson 8 How Scrooge is Changing.zip
  • Lesson 9 Christmas Present.zip
  • Lesson 10 Christmas at the Crachchits.zip
  • Lesson 11 At Freds.zip
  • Lesson 12 Christmas Yet to Come.zip
  • Lesson 13 What Scrooge Sees.zip
  • Lesson 14 The End of it.zip
  • Lesson 15 Intro to the Exam.zip
  • Lesson 16 Text Question.zip
  • Cards.zip
  • Scheme of Work.docx

Suggestions

As a starter for Lesson 10, I intend to show an image of a ‘starving white girl’ from Google Images, elicit responses, then play the Band Aid Christmas song: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bjQzJAKxTrE.

Phil Whitney, Belper School


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