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14th October 2005 at 01:00
In partnership with Pathe Film Distributors and to coincide with the release of Roman Polanski's new adaptation of Charles Dickens'

Oliver Twist, Film Education has released an e-learning resource. The site explains the type of upbringing Oliver had in London and the differences between the lives of the rich and poor. This free resource is suitable for key stage 3 and GCSE pupils and includes teaching suggestions for English, history and film and media as well as a study guide covering concepts of reality and fantasy, narrative and characterisation.

* www.filmeducation.orgolivertwist

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