A Level: (20) Pride and Prejudice - Chapters 52, 53 and 54

A Level: (20) Pride and Prejudice - Chapters 52, 53 and 54

This landmark text is extremely relevant in today’s post-modern society. This A level power point lesson explores the meaning within chapters 52, 53 and 54. With the AOs firmly in mind it opens the purpose of Austen’s work through structured tasks and academic writing. Extremely colourful and extremely engaging for the students. I have taught this text many times and have used this particular resource to lead the learning in class, as a revision tool and also as a homework – all have worked well for the students. This power point lesson contains a starter activity, a recap on previous learning, summary and analysis questions, an academic writing task, an extension task and a plenary. I tend to provide roughly about two hours classwork per presentation, this way the teacher can shave it down or use it for independent study time. Enjoy – everything is taken care of!
MFLYNN-Teacher
The Complete Pride and Prejudice - 22 individual lessons

The Complete Pride and Prejudice - 22 individual lessons

This landmark text is extremely relevant in today’s post-modern society. These A level power point lessons explore the meaning within chapters 1 to 61. With the AOs firmly in mind they open the purpose of Austen’s work through structured tasks and academic writing. Extremely colourful and extremely engaging for the students. I have taught this text many times and have used these particular resources to lead the learning in class, as a revision tool and also as a homework – all have worked well for the students. These power point lessons contain a starter activity, a recap on previous learning, summary and analysis questions, an academic writing task, an extension task and a plenary. I tend to provide roughly about two hours classwork per presentation, this way the teacher can shave it down or use it for independent study time. Enjoy – everything is taken care of!
MFLYNN-Teacher
A Level: (21) Pride and Prejudice - Chapters 55, 56 and 57

A Level: (21) Pride and Prejudice - Chapters 55, 56 and 57

This landmark text is extremely relevant in today’s post-modern society. This A level power point lesson explores the meaning within chapters 55, 56 and 57. With the AOs firmly in mind it opens the purpose of Austen’s work through structured tasks and academic writing. Extremely colourful and extremely engaging for the students. I have taught this text many times and have used this particular resource to lead the learning in class, as a revision tool and also as a homework – all have worked well for the students. This power point lesson contains a starter activity, a recap on previous learning, summary and analysis questions, an academic writing task, an extension task and a plenary. I tend to provide roughly about two hours classwork per presentation, this way the teacher can shave it down or use it for independent study time. Enjoy – everything is taken care of!
MFLYNN-Teacher
A Level: (19) Pride and Prejudice - Chapters 49, 50 and 51

A Level: (19) Pride and Prejudice - Chapters 49, 50 and 51

This landmark text is extremely relevant in today’s post-modern society. This A level power point lesson explores the meaning within chapters 49, 50 and 51. With the AOs firmly in mind it opens the purpose of Austen’s work through structured tasks and academic writing. Extremely colourful and extremely engaging for the students. I have taught this text many times and have used this particular resource to lead the learning in class, as a revision tool and also as a homework – all have worked well for the students. This power point lesson contains a starter activity, a recap on previous learning, summary and analysis questions, an academic writing task, an extension task and a plenary. I tend to provide roughly about two hours classwork per presentation, this way the teacher can shave it down or use it for independent study time. Enjoy – everything is taken care of!
MFLYNN-Teacher
A Level: Pride and Prejudice - A bundle of 3 lessons chapters 52-61

A Level: Pride and Prejudice - A bundle of 3 lessons chapters 52-61

This landmark text is extremely relevant in today’s post-modern society. These A level power point lessons explore the meaning within chapters 52 to 61. With the AOs firmly in mind they opens the purpose of Austen’s work through structured tasks and academic writing. Extremely colourful and extremely engaging for the students. I have taught this text many times and have used these particular resources to lead the learning in class, as a revision tool and also as a homework – all have worked well for the students. These power point lessons contain a starter activity, a recap on previous learning, summary and analysis questions, an academic writing task, an extension task and a plenary. I tend to provide roughly about two hours classwork per presentation, this way the teacher can shave it down or use it for independent study time. Enjoy – everything is taken care of!
MFLYNN-Teacher
A Level: (22) Pride and Prejudice - Chapters 58, 59, 60 and 61

A Level: (22) Pride and Prejudice - Chapters 58, 59, 60 and 61

This landmark text is extremely relevant in today’s post-modern society. This A level power point lesson explores the meaning within chapters 58, 59, 60 and 61. With the AOs firmly in mind it opens the purpose of Austen’s work through structured tasks and academic writing. Extremely colourful and extremely engaging for the students. I have taught this text many times and have used this particular resource to lead the learning in class, as a revision tool and also as a homework – all have worked well for the students. This power point lesson contains a starter activity, a recap on previous learning, summary and analysis questions, an academic writing task, an extension task and a plenary. I tend to provide roughly about two hours classwork per presentation, this way the teacher can shave it down or use it for independent study time. Enjoy – everything is taken care of!
MFLYNN-Teacher
A Level: (16) Pride and Prejudice - Chapters 40, 41 and 42

A Level: (16) Pride and Prejudice - Chapters 40, 41 and 42

This landmark text is extremely relevant in today’s post-modern society. This A level power point lesson explores the meaning within chapters 40, 41 and 42. With the AOs firmly in mind it opens the purpose of Austen’s work through structured tasks and academic writing. Extremely colourful and extremely engaging for the students. I have taught this text many times and have used this particular resource to lead the learning in class, as a revision tool and also as a homework – all have worked well for the students. This power point lesson contains a starter activity, a recap on previous learning, summary and analysis questions, an academic writing task, an extension task and a plenary. I tend to provide roughly about two hours classwork per presentation, this way the teacher can shave it down or use it for independent study time. Enjoy – everything is taken care of!
MFLYNN-Teacher
A Level: (18) Pride and Prejudice - Chapters 46, 47 and 48

A Level: (18) Pride and Prejudice - Chapters 46, 47 and 48

This landmark text is extremely relevant in today’s post-modern society. This A level power point lesson explores the meaning within chapters 46, 47 and 48. With the AOs firmly in mind it opens the purpose of Austen’s work through structured tasks and academic writing. Extremely colourful and extremely engaging for the students. I have taught this text many times and have used this particular resource to lead the learning in class, as a revision tool and also as a homework – all have worked well for the students. This power point lesson contains a starter activity, a recap on previous learning, summary and analysis questions, an academic writing task, an extension task and a plenary. I tend to provide roughly about two hours classwork per presentation, this way the teacher can shave it down or use it for independent study time. Enjoy – everything is taken care of!
MFLYNN-Teacher
A Level: (15) Pride and Prejudice - Chapters 37, 38 and 39

A Level: (15) Pride and Prejudice - Chapters 37, 38 and 39

This landmark text is extremely relevant in today’s post-modern society. This A level power point lesson explores the meaning within chapters 37, 38 and 39. With the AOs firmly in mind it opens the purpose of Austen’s work through structured tasks and academic writing. Extremely colourful and extremely engaging for the students. I have taught this text many times and have used this particular resource to lead the learning in class, as a revision tool and also as a homework – all have worked well for the students. This power point lesson contains a starter activity, a recap on previous learning, summary and analysis questions, an academic writing task, an extension task and a plenary. I tend to provide roughly about two hours classwork per presentation, this way the teacher can shave it down or use it for independent study time. Enjoy – everything is taken care of!
MFLYNN-Teacher
A Level: (17) Pride and Prejudice - Chapters 43, 44 and 45

A Level: (17) Pride and Prejudice - Chapters 43, 44 and 45

This landmark text is extremely relevant in today’s post-modern society. This A level power point lesson explores the meaning within chapters 43, 44 and 45. With the AOs firmly in mind it opens the purpose of Austen’s work through structured tasks and academic writing. Extremely colourful and extremely engaging for the students. I have taught this text many times and have used this particular resource to lead the learning in class, as a revision tool and also as a homework – all have worked well for the students. This power point lesson contains a starter activity, a recap on previous learning, summary and analysis questions, an academic writing task, an extension task and a plenary. I tend to provide roughly about two hours classwork per presentation, this way the teacher can shave it down or use it for independent study time. Enjoy – everything is taken care of!
MFLYNN-Teacher
A Level: (14) Pride and Prejudice - Chapters 34, 35 and 36

A Level: (14) Pride and Prejudice - Chapters 34, 35 and 36

This landmark text is extremely relevant in today’s post-modern society. This A level power point lesson explores the meaning within chapters 34, 35 and 36. With the AOs firmly in mind it opens the purpose of Austen’s work through structured tasks and academic writing. Extremely colourful and extremely engaging for the students. I have taught this text many times and have used this particular resource to lead the learning in class, as a revision tool and also as a homework – all have worked well for the students. This power point lesson contains a starter activity, a recap on previous learning, summary and analysis questions, an academic writing task, an extension task and a plenary. I tend to provide roughly about two hours classwork per presentation, this way the teacher can shave it down or use it for independent study time. Enjoy – everything is taken care of!
MFLYNN-Teacher
A Level: (12) Pride and Prejudice - Chapters 28, 29 and 30

A Level: (12) Pride and Prejudice - Chapters 28, 29 and 30

This landmark text is extremely relevant in today’s post-modern society. This A level power point lesson explores the meaning within chapters 28, 29 and 30. With the AOs firmly in mind it opens the purpose of Austen’s work through structured tasks and academic writing. Extremely colourful and extremely engaging for the students. I have taught this text many times and have used this particular resource to lead the learning in class, as a revision tool and also as a homework – all have worked well for the students. This power point lesson contains a starter activity, a recap on previous learning, summary and analysis questions, an academic writing task, an extension task and a plenary. I tend to provide roughly about two hours classwork per presentation, this way the teacher can shave it down or use it for independent study time. Enjoy – everything is taken care of!
MFLYNN-Teacher
A Level: (13) Pride and Prejudice - Chapters 31, 32 and 33

A Level: (13) Pride and Prejudice - Chapters 31, 32 and 33

This landmark text is extremely relevant in today’s post-modern society. This A level power point lesson explores the meaning within chapters 31, 32 and 33. With the AOs firmly in mind it opens the purpose of Austen’s work through structured tasks and academic writing. Extremely colourful and extremely engaging for the students. I have taught this text many times and have used this particular resource to lead the learning in class, as a revision tool and also as a homework – all have worked well for the students. This power point lesson contains a starter activity, a recap on previous learning, summary and analysis questions, an academic writing task, an extension task and a plenary. I tend to provide roughly about two hours classwork per presentation, this way the teacher can shave it down or use it for independent study time. Enjoy – everything is taken care of!
MFLYNN-Teacher
A Level: (1) Pride and Prejudice - An Introduction to the Text

A Level: (1) Pride and Prejudice - An Introduction to the Text

This opening power point lesson introduces the text through an exploration of the themes, but with an added modern-day context to bring it to life for the students. The key characters are also explored with structured based writing and discussion tasks, so the intention here is to build a little intrigue and provide some essential background knowledge. This resource has worked successfully in class and stands as my starting point before commencing the novel.
MFLYNN-Teacher
A Level: (8) Pride and Prejudice - Chapters 16, 17 and 18

A Level: (8) Pride and Prejudice - Chapters 16, 17 and 18

This landmark text is extremely relevant in today’s post-modern society. This A level power point lesson explores the meaning within chapters 16, 17 and 18. With the AOs firmly in mind it opens the purpose of Austen’s work through structured tasks and academic writing. Extremely colourful and extremely engaging for the students. I have taught this text many times and have used this particular resource to lead the learning in class, as a revision tool and also as a homework – all have worked well for the students. This power point lesson contains a starter activity, a recap on previous learning, summary and analysis questions, an academic writing task, an extension task and a plenary. I tend to provide roughly about two hours classwork per presentation, this way the teacher can shave it down or use it for independent study time. Enjoy – everything is taken care of!
MFLYNN-Teacher
A Level: (7) Pride and Prejudice - Chapters 13, 14  and 15

A Level: (7) Pride and Prejudice - Chapters 13, 14 and 15

This landmark text is extremely relevant in today’s post-modern society. This A level power point lesson explores the meaning within chapters 13, 14 and 15. With the AOs firmly in mind it opens the purpose of Austen’s work through structured tasks and academic writing. Extremely colourful and extremely engaging for the students. I have taught this text many times and have used this particular resource to lead the learning in class, as a revision tool and also as a homework – all have worked well for the students. This power point lesson contains a starter activity, a recap on previous learning, summary and analysis questions, an academic writing task, an extension task and a plenary. I tend to provide roughly about two hours classwork per presentation, this way the teacher can shave it down or use it for independent study time. Enjoy – everything is taken care of!
MFLYNN-Teacher
A Level: (6) Pride and Prejudice - Chapters 10, 11 and 12

A Level: (6) Pride and Prejudice - Chapters 10, 11 and 12

This landmark text is extremely relevant in today’s post-modern society. This A level power point lesson explores the meaning within chapters 10, 11 and 12. With the AOs firmly in mind it opens the purpose of Austen’s work through structured tasks and academic writing. Extremely colourful and extremely engaging for the students. I have taught this text many times and have used this particular resource to lead the learning in class, as a revision tool and also as a homework – all have worked well for the students. This power point lesson contains a starter activity, a recap on previous learning, summary and analysis questions, an academic writing task, an extension task and a plenary. I tend to provide roughly about two hours classwork per presentation, this way the teacher can shave it down or use it for independent study time. Enjoy – everything is taken care of!
MFLYNN-Teacher
A Level: (4) Pride and Prejudice - Chapters 5 and 6

A Level: (4) Pride and Prejudice - Chapters 5 and 6

This landmark text is extremely relevant in today’s post-modern society. This A level power point lesson explores the meaning within chapters 5 and 6. With the AOs firmly in mind it opens the purpose of Austen’s work through structured tasks and academic writing. Extremely colourful and extremely engaging for the students. I have taught this text many times and have used this particular resource to lead the learning in class, as a revision tool and also as a homework – all have worked well for the students. This power point lesson contains a starter activity, a recap on previous learning, summary and analysis questions, an academic writing task, an extension task and a plenary. I tend to provide roughly about two hours classwork per presentation, this way the teacher can shave it down or use it for independent study time. Enjoy – everything is taken care of!
MFLYNN-Teacher
A Level: (5) Pride and Prejudice - Chapters 7, 8 and 9

A Level: (5) Pride and Prejudice - Chapters 7, 8 and 9

This landmark text is extremely relevant in today’s post-modern society. This A level power point lesson explores the meaning within chapters 7, 8 and 9. With the AOs firmly in mind it opens the purpose of Austen’s work through structured tasks and academic writing. Extremely colourful and extremely engaging for the students. I have taught this text many times and have used this particular resource to lead the learning in class, as a revision tool and also as a homework – all have worked well for the students. This power point lesson contains a starter activity, a recap on previous learning, summary and analysis questions, an academic writing task, an extension task and a plenary. I tend to provide roughly about two hours classwork per presentation, this way the teacher can shave it down or use it for independent study time. Enjoy – everything is taken care of!
MFLYNN-Teacher
A Level: (9) Pride and Prejudice - Chapters 19, 20 and 21

A Level: (9) Pride and Prejudice - Chapters 19, 20 and 21

This landmark text is extremely relevant in today’s post-modern society. This A level power point lesson explores the meaning within chapters 19, 20 and 21. With the AOs firmly in mind it opens the purpose of Austen’s work through structured tasks and academic writing. Extremely colourful and extremely engaging for the students. I have taught this text many times and have used this particular resource to lead the learning in class, as a revision tool and also as a homework – all have worked well for the students. This power point lesson contains a starter activity, a recap on previous learning, summary and analysis questions, an academic writing task, an extension task and a plenary. I tend to provide roughly about two hours classwork per presentation, this way the teacher can shave it down or use it for independent study time. Enjoy – everything is taken care of!
MFLYNN-Teacher
A Level: (2) Pride and Prejudice - Chapters 1 and 2

A Level: (2) Pride and Prejudice - Chapters 1 and 2

This landmark text is extremely relevant in today’s post-modern society. This A level power point lesson explores the meaning within chapters 1 and 2. With the AOs firmly in mind it opens the purpose of Austen’s work through structured tasks and academic writing. Extremely colourful and extremely engaging for the students. I have taught this text many times and have used this particular resource to lead the learning in class, as a revision tool and also as a homework – all have worked well for the students. This power point lesson contains a starter activity, a recap on previous learning, summary and analysis questions, an academic writing task, an extension task and a plenary. I tend to provide roughly about two hours classwork per presentation, this way the teacher can shave it down or use it for independent study time. Enjoy – everything is taken care of!
MFLYNN-Teacher