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The strange case of Dr Jekyll & Mr Hyde

Part of the Ready to Teach series
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'Ready to Teach: The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde' is a compendium of background reading, subject knowledge, resources and classroom strategies to support the teaching of Stevenson's gothic tale of morality, murder and science. Using a combination of pedagogical theory, research and work from other Victorian writers of the time, the book helps to prepare, develop or deepen the teaching of the text in the classroom.

As part of the Ready to Teach series, each chapter contains lesson-by-lesson essays and commentaries that enhance subject knowledge on key areas of the text alongside fully resourced lessons reflecting current and dynamic best practice.

The book also offers an introduction and exploration of Victorian society as seen in the novel but also how other writers of that time presented similar themes or ideas. Literature is never created in a vacuum and Ready to Teach: The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde explores how text reflects its Victorian context and what other writers were doing at that time.

'Ready to Teach: The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde' has a level of duality like Doctor Jekyll himself. On one level, the book provides an exploration for the text for people new to teaching it. On another level, the book provides new ideas or ways of seeing things for the established teacher. A perfect addition for your CPD bookcase.

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Product Details
John Catt
1036005348 / 9781036005344
eBook (EPUB)
823.8
03/11/2023
United Kingdom
English
500 pages
Copy: 30%; print: 30%
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