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This comprehensive A Christmas Carol student workbook will help your students develop independent reading skills as part of your novel unit. Use this Chapter 1 workbook to create notes on Dickens’ Christmas Carol. The workbook activities include comprehension, information retrieval, inference and analysis, exploration of literary techniques, quiz questions and creative tasks.
This workbook is perfect for any student or class studying A Christmas Carol for GCSE English Literature.
Included in this resource:
• A workbook cover page with student name, period, and teacher name (black/white, optional use)
• 4 pages of reading comprehension, inference, analysis and summary tasks
• A 1 page quiz on Stave 1
• A creative character activity on Scrooge and Marley (1 page)
• 5 answer pages for the workbook activities
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This is great. Next year for my Creative Writing class, I am going to get this printed out and have the students refer to it for their bell work. Thank you.
I am Lou and I have been studying and teaching British Literature and Creative Writing for over 20 years. For the last 10 years, I have taught English at a large secondary school in SE London.
Literature Daydreams is where all my literature dreams came to life. I love (absolutely, completely, and totally) seeing students engage with, analyze, and enjoy reading literature and Shakespeare.
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