Emma by Jane Austen
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The 19th century
An excellent resource for developing appreciation and understanding of the novel's context. A range of questions stimulate research into the life and times of Jane Austen and the 19th century.
Emma character connections
A character grouping activity. Pupils use different criteria to order the character boxes.
AS revision and practice questions
Useful questions for revision of key chapters in the novel. (Originally written for legacy WJEC ELit 3 syllabus, but suitable for other boards too.)
KS5 | Prose | From the resource collection(s): Emma by Jane Austen
Emma the heroine?
Notes, questions and quotes.
Match the quotation to the character and note the speaker and reference. 3 pages, including teacher copy.
A task sheet.
Locations in Emma
The structure of the plot
Plot the parallel plot structure in the grid to show how the truth differs from Emma's perception of events.
Emma's self realisation
There are five situations where Emma realises some truth ...
Marriage in Emma
Questions, an extract, quotes and notes.
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