Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde is made up of a 118 slide PowerPoint presentation, a 30-page booklet of worksheets and a lesson by lesson, unit of work overview.
‘Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde’ contains 11 lessons designed to develop student knowledge and understanding of the plot, characters, language, themes and historical context of the classic British novel. English Language Arts Teaching Resources: Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde includes a collection of activities for students of all abilities:
-A brief biography of Robert Louis Stevenson and his literary influences
-An explanation of the social and historical context of the novel (Victorian London, gothic traditions, the Theory of Evolution, Jack the Ripper)
-Plot tracking and consolidation activities
-Activities to explore the narrative structure of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde
-In depth analysis of the characters of Gabriel Utterson, Dr Lanyon, Henry Jekyll and Mr Hyde
-Exploration of the key themes of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde - the duality of human nature, the supernatural and science and the unexplained
-Developing awareness of the features of a novel – character, theme, plot, style and language
-Examining Stevenson's use of language - setting, description, contrast, symbolism and pathetic fallacy
-Exploring character development - Lanyon, Utterson and Jekyll
-Reading and discussion tasks and questions
-Diary writing (empathetic writing) to develop a deeper understanding of character
-Links to additional Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde teaching and learning resources
-Mind mapping the key themes of R L Stevenson's Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde
-Exam style extension essay questions
-An 11 lesson unit of work (following the four-part lesson structure)
-A 118 slide PowerPoint presentation (see preview below)
-30 worksheets to accompany the PowerPoint
‘Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde’ follows a four-part lesson structure. Each lesson begins with a starter, moves through an introduction and development and ends with a plenary activity. All PowerPoint slides are fully editable so you can personalize and differentiate them as much or as little as you want.
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