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It’s tempting to read a book in isolation; the characters are imagined, the action just happens and we speed through the plot to get to the ending. No spoilers please! However, everything is part of a more complex web and just … Continue reading
Part of the GCSE English Literature specification for many years and still popular with many teachers, Of Mice and Men is a classic. It allows students to not only comment on character and language techniques but also the ‘historical and … Continue reading
I’m a big fan of learning which should be more obvious than it is, because as a teacher it is often easy to become a big fan of teaching. Don’t get me wrong, I love teaching too, but I want … Continue reading