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An Englishman´s Home

About the author  Evelyn Waugh was a first class snob who writes about the upper echelons of the British Upper Class. While he is often deeply satirical, he writes with a warmth for the traditional, highly structured society that his … Continue reading

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The Stoat

Hey kids! This is our first virtual period activity. After reading this story in class, get in pairs and answer the following questions in pairs. Share a drive with me. Don´t forget to include the two names in the document. … Continue reading

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Sredni Vashtar

Sredni Vashtar from Angela Murray on Vimeo. Compare this version of the story with the text we have read. Leave a comment

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The Yellow Wall Paper

Ceci told me you are reading and analysing this wonderful story. We believe it would be a good idea to use paragraphs from another story “The Mark on the Wall” (Virginia Woolf) to compare and contrast ideas, feelings, thoughts, and so … Continue reading

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Story Cube

Choose one of the stories we have read so far and create your story cube Include: setting-characters-themes-important events-epiphanies and specular moments, and any other event you consider super important! Post it in your blog!!

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Sandpiper

This is a video which summarises the story Link this activity to your blog. Create a post: Sanpiper Wach this presentation. Sandpiper from Pato Patito There are 4 worksheets with many questions. Answer the questions in your blog. Write a personal … Continue reading

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My Son the Fanatic by Hanif Kureishi

   “My Son the Fanatic” represents and explores conflicting notions of modern British identity. As well as ethnic and racial tensions, you might look at questions of generational difference, gender, religion, empire, class. 1. Use textual evidence from the story … Continue reading

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