Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde introduction that approaches context and introduces students to duality, as well as asking them to express their ideas on human nature and humanity’s relationship with good and evil. The lesson uses the example of Phineas Gage to get students to think about mind and personality. A fully differentiated and resourced introductory lesson to Robert Louis Stevenson’s The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde. This lesson is ideal preparation for KS3 and KS4 students studying the text, including for the new spec AQA Literature Paper 2.
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Jekyll and Hyde
20 fully differentiated lessons and revision guides to help prepare GCSE students analysing the text for new spec GCSEs. Ideal preparation for those studying The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde for AQA English Literature Paper 1. Includes Jekyll and Hyde Escape Room too.<br /> <br /> Revamped in August 2019 and all resources are now twice as detailed. Don't forget to leave a review! :)
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