Using an extract from Chapter Two of John Steinbeck’s Of Mice and Men, we explore how the writer structures the introduction of Curley’s Wife to reader. We look at both the start and the end of the extract, how she is introduced and how she leaves, and consider how the writer is able to build tension in this small extract. Fully differentiated throughout and designed so students can practice answering Q3 of the AQA English Language Paper 1 exam, so useful for KS4 students, too.
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Of Mice and Men
A collection of Of Mice and Men lessons that are fully differentiated and resourced. Keep checking back as I add more and more resources to this collection. This bundle includes lessons on: - Introduction and Historical Context - Chapter One - Chapter Two - Curley - Curley's Wife - Assessment Preparation - Slim and Chapter Three - Assessment Lesson/Review - Analyzing Structure - Creative Writing - Women in Context - Grammar and Punctuation Workshop - Model Essay - Escape Room Lesson - Crooks in Chapter Four - Curley's Wife and Crooks in Chapter Four - Lennie and Curley's Wife - Comparing Settings in Chapters One and Six - The Ending We've also added in a Scheme of Work document that is free to download.
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