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|Description||Schools are increasingly teaching 19th-century literature and non-fiction at KS3 in order to prepare students for the focus on that period in their GCSE Language and Literature papers. We will look at what makes for effective teaching of texts from this key period in literary history and what is best practice for this age group. Is it possible to keep an eye on the demands of KS4 while ensuring that your English classroom is a lively, investigative, creative arena for textual exploration? We think it is!|
|Learning outcomes for participants/users and, where relevant, pupils or students||Ideas for texts to use, drawing on short stories, novels, poetry and non-fiction.
Strategies for accessing difficult texts with challenging vocabulary and sentence structures.
Keeping them on board: how to make studying the 19th century an enjoyable purposeful experience at KS3.
Developing relevant contextual knowledge about the period.
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