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Who is to blame for the death of Curley's Wife? Of Mice and Men
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Who is to blame for the death of Curley's Wife? Of Mice and Men

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A critical thinking lesson that also uses inference and evidence selection skills to decide who truly is to blame for the death of Curley’s Wife. This lesson can be done either over one lesson or two, and leads to a piece of persuasive writing, condemning the character each student thinks is to blame for the death of Curley’s Wife. You will not have to have finished the novel, but obviously Curley’s wife must be dead. This lesson is suited to a mid-high ability KS3/4 class.
Oliver Twist context lesson
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Oliver Twist context lesson

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A great introductory lesson for Oliver Twist with context on the victorian period and workhouses, suitable for KS3 classes. Included is the powerpoint and writing frame for the diary exercise.