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Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen

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Bathos match-up
Students explore the idea of bathos by matching the sentences. Then they find and highlight the ridiculous ideas.
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Elizabeth's prejudice
A thought-tracking exercise. Students write down the thoughts behind the small talk as Elizabeth and Mr Darcy dance in Chapter 18.
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Practice questions
A handy selection of practice questions, organised by theme.
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Austen's narrative voice
Students read the short excerpt from Chapter 3 and identify whose thoughts are being presented then put them into their own words.
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What's Austen really saying?
Students read the quotations and try to unpick the subtle nuances of Austen's language.
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Juxtaposition
Students spot the juxtaposition of ideas in Austen's sentences and comment on the effect.
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Bamboozled! True or false?
Students read the statements and decide whether they're true or false. Ideal as a starter activitiy or revision exercise.
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Who is it?
Read the quotations and try to work out who each one refers to.
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Revision quiz
A fun three round quiz to consolidate reading of part 1 of the novel. Teacher's answers on page 2.
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The context of 'Pride and Prejudice': a research task
A research task to introduce students to the novel's historical context.
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Sample AQA English Literature B (Unit 1) questions
Sample questions which adhere to the exam structure.
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Quotation search - teacher's copy
A completed version giving relevant quotations and references.
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Quotation search
A whole-text exercise - useful for revision and exam preparation. A teacher's copy is available.
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Comparing attitudes to love and marriage
Differentiated worksheet exploring characters' ideas about love and marriage through quotations from the novel.
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Introductory tasks
Focus on first impressions of Mr and Mrs Bennet, irony and satire.
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