Understanding Characters In 19th Century Text Lesson Pack

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Understanding Characters In 19th Century Text Lesson Pack

Understanding Characters In 19th Century Text Lesson Pack - A lesson guiding students through analysis of the character of Betsey Trotwood from David Copperfield. Students are introduced to the concepts of showing and telling and explore the different techniques through a range of practical and written activities.
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  • Understanding Characters In 19th Century Text Lesson Pack Betsey Trotwood Extract 1 [PDF]
  • Understanding Characters In 19th Century Text Lesson Pack Betsey Trotwood Extract 2 [PDF]
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