Into the Unknown Pre-1914 Literature Lesson Pack 2: Creating Tension

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Into the Unknown Pre-1914 Literature L2 - Pre-1914, Literature, Context, Arthur Conan Doyle, The Hound Of The Baskervilles, Tension, Textual Analysis, Group Work, Pairs Work, Individual Work
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Into the Unknown Pre-1914 Literature Lesson Pack 2: Creating Tension

Into the Unknown Pre-1914 Literature Lesson Pack 2: Creating Tension - The second lesson of a pre-1914 literature unit of work. Students continue to focus on an extract from 'The Hound Of The Baskervilles' and analyse the techniques used to build tension within the text.
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  • Into the Unknown Pre 1914 Literature L2 Individual Activity Sheet [PDF]
  • Into the Unknown Pre 1914 Literature L2 Pairs Activity Sheet [PDF]

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