The Woman in Black Activity Pack (ZigZag Education)

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The Woman in Black Activity Pack
£74
83 A4 photocopiable pages
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The Woman in Black Activity Pack

A rich bank of activities to support the comprehension and analysis of The Woman in Black.

All activities are clearly linked to GCSE Assessment Objectives and differentiated so you can easily pick the most appropriate tasks for your students.

The information and knowledge on the text is excellently chosen, and … will be a goldmine of information for teachers and students alike.

E Evans, English Teacher and Independent Reviewer
Pre-reading Activities support: At least three activities for every chapter to support: Whole text activities to support:
  • Independent research and thinking
  • Critical writing about the text
  • PEE construction
  • PEE construction
  • Independent thinking
  • Close reading and critical writing about the text
  • Character exploration and analysis
  • Class discussions
  • Creative writing and exploration
  • Recall of text events
  • Responding to the narrative differences in the 2012 film
  • Quotation practice and PEE construction
  • Exploration of the Gothic and ghost story genre

Also includes valuable practice exam questions, controlled assessment tasks and a sample essay with teacher’s commentary.


What do teachers have to say about this resource? (4756)
"A useful and well organised pack which will be a welcome addition to departmental resource bank." V Denman, Head of English and Ind. Reviewer
"This is a great resource - very thorough and well worth the money. I particularly like the continual references to the assessment objectives and the breakdown of foundation and higher. I also liked the focus on genre as it created an understanding of form." L Holton-Gaus, English Teacher and Ind. Reviewer
"I particularly like the fact that it's so thorough and covers all of the AOs." A Powell, English Teacher and Ind. Reviewer
"I thought this was an excellent resource which incorporated a number of interesting activities for students. The writer obviously has great knowledge of this novel and has produced an outstanding activity pack. I liked the attention to detail in this pack and the implementation of AO skills to guide the student in their learning." M Lloyd, English Teacher and Ind. Reviewer
"Activities encourage students to look carefully at language detail which is crucial for higher achievers. It is detailed and relatively thorough and it could be used at a range of levels by teachers selecting "pages" and adapting the material to differentiate."C Allison, Head of English and Ind. Reviewer
The Content is excellent! As this is not a text we have yet taught at GCSE, I would feel much more confident on the first 'run' with this resource to hand. The information and knowledge on the text is excellently chosen, and will be a goldmine of information for teachers and students alike. The 'End of Chapter Questions' are thoughtful, and the tasks become more complex the further the class gets into the text; excellent use of study time and development. E Evans, English Teacher and Ind. Reviewer


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