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Half an hour of blessed relief! I don’t know about you, but after 6 weeks of “home school” I am just about to ready give up! Not only am I ready, I WANT to! I am the mother of a 7 year old (but you’ve only got 1, I hear you shout!), yes, only 1
This is the second in the series of free English lessons designed to get you and your teenagers discussing books. This week we will be looking at the 19th-century novel Jekyll and Hyde. This is probably the most popular 19th-century novel chosen by schools for GCSE and IGCSE. It is on the English Literature syllabus
This is the first free GCSE English lesson in a series designed to get you and your teenagers discussing books. I am starting with the section of the GCSE English Literature syllabus where your teenager will need to study a 19th-century novel. This week we will be looking at Frankenstein – a popular choice with