After a reading of the story, this will help students explore short story form and the literary contexts of the story as a fairy tale/Bildungsroman/cautionary tale.

All three assessment objectives are covered and there is an exemplary high-level response provided for students to learn from and revise.

Suits Grade 5+ and aims to raise achievement by making closer links between contexts and writer’s choices and purpose. With this method, the AO1 follows naturally and all three assessed areas are covered.

Goes well with two other resources:

https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/the-darkness-out-there-tea-drinking-sequence-cultural-literary-biographical-contexts-study-11836763?theme=0

andand

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