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Thursday 24th November 2016

Christmas resources

As the end of term draws closer, we have plenty of Christmassy resources to get you and your students in the mood.

Our advent calendar has lots of seasonal starters and plenaries to celebrate the festive season, while our beautifully illustrated set of Christmas writing resources will offer an alternative to a DVD or wordsearch.

Have a fun and chocolate-filled festive season!
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Lindy Leslie

Teachit English editor

Latest resources

Christmas advent calendar

An interactive advent calendar with festive starters, plenaries and other creative ideas to celebrate December (available to subscribers).

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A letter to Father Christmas

A selection of Christmas-themed letter writing activities, with both formal and informal writing options and a writing frame.

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Christmas resources

Beautifully illustrated and appropriate to the current KS3 curriculum, this set of Christmas-themed resources features tasks for writing to persuade, inform, review and describe.

The set is free for subscribers or £5 for free members.

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The best Christmas day ever

A series of questions based on a description of a Christmas lunch from Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone, exploring language and structure in detail and including a creative writing task.

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A Christmas Carol teaching pack

Designed for the new English Literature GCSE specifications, this teaching pack comprises a route-through the five staves of the text, providing social and historical context, discussion points, structured lesson ideas and supporting resources.

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From Ginificent

GINIFICENT have kicked off their 2016 tour of A Christmas Carol! At just £495 this is a fantastic resource for schools and much easier than a trip to the theatre. The production really brings the book to life to support GCSE studies. They have also announced they will be touring in the spring with Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde and Romeo and Juliet. All productions are approximately 1 hour and come with supporting material and a post-show talk. For more information please visit their website www.ginificent.com or email info@ginificent.com.

"Simply wonderful, the show and post show talk has really helped our year 11 students"

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From the British Library

 

Discovering Literature: Shakespeare is a free educational resource aimed at A Level students, teachers, undergraduates and lifelong learners.

Exploring Shakespeare’s plays within their social, political and cultural context, the site showcases over 300 digitised treasures from the British Library's collection, as well as teachers’ notes and articles written by leading scholars, performers and curators. Using rare printed editions and unique contemporary manuscripts, the site gives users new insights into the images and ideas that shaped Shakespeare’s imagination.

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