Pride and Prejudice Printable Bundle (65 questions, 50 pages, 7 resources)

Pride and Prejudice Printable Bundle (65 questions, 50 pages, 7 resources)
Pride and Prejudice Printable Bundle (65 questions, 50 pages, 7 resources)
Pride and Prejudice Printable Bundle (65 questions, 50 pages, 7 resources)
Pride and Prejudice Printable Bundle (65 questions, 50 pages, 7 resources)
Pride and Prejudice Printable Bundle (65 questions, 50 pages, 7 resources)
Pride and Prejudice Printable Bundle (65 questions, 50 pages, 7 resources)
Pride and Prejudice Printable Bundle (65 questions, 50 pages, 7 resources)
Pride and Prejudice Printable Bundle (65 questions, 50 pages, 7 resources)
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    Getting ready to teach Pride and Prejudice or one of Jane Austen's other classics? This bundle is full of ready-to-use printables that make for efficient, effortless planning. Includes 7 complete lessons with over a dozen pages of graphic organizers, guided notes, Google Forms, and worksheets. Each set is ready to differentiate for students new to these concepts or for students preparing to take the AP Literature exam. If you purchased these lessons individually, you'd pay $15.00, but with the bundle discount you can get all 7 lessons for $10.00. That's $5.00 in savings! That covers the price of TWO of the resources below!

    Includes Jane Austen Background Notes and Worksheets.

    This set includes three worksheets (and answer keys) that provide background on everything readers need to know about Jane Austen's life, including Jane Austen--Romantic or Victorian?, Jane Austen and Class, and Jane Austen and Gender. Each activity can be used as a gap-fill with lecture or can be handed out as independent study. Fitting for any of Austen's novels, including Emma, Sense and Sensibility, Persuasion, or, my favorite, Northanger Abbey.

    Also get Class in Victorian Literature. This set features everything readers need to know about Victorian Literature, including guided notes, a graphic organizer, no-prep passages from Austen's work, and reading questions. Answer keys included!

    In addition, you'll get Teaching Irony with Pride and Prejudice. This set works well to review or introduce irony, featuring text-based passages that tie directly to the novel!

    Plus, you get Direct & Indirect Characterization in Pride and Prejudice. Help students understand the nuance in Austen's characters by introducing or reviewing direct and indirect characterization, including guided notes to fit with any of Austen's novels.

    To help students keep track of all the relationships in the novel, use the Pride and Prejudice Marriage Chart.

    Finally, check out the Pride and Prejudice Anticipation Guide. Great for generating discussion before the novel!

    That's 7 ready-to-use lessons and over a dozen pages of graphic organizers, guided notes, and worksheets! Save time, sanity, and money with this bundle!


    UPDATED: This bundle now includes my Pride and Prejudice CrashCourse Literature Listening Guides.

    UPDATED: All resources are now Google ready!

    Keep in touch and get more great ideas at My Blog Moore English, On Instagram, On Pinterest, and On Twitter.

    Read more about incorporating Austen and other British authors into your curriculum at Moore English. Check out these related posts:

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    -Teaching at the Intersection of History and Literature

    -How I Use Pinterest to Teach Figurative Language and Literary Devices

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    Demonstrate understanding of figurative language, word relationships, and nuances in word meanings.
    Apply knowledge of language to understand how language functions in different contexts, to make effective choices for meaning or style, and to comprehend more fully when reading or listening.
    Read and comprehend complex literary and informational texts independently and proficiently.
    Assess how point of view or purpose shapes the content and style of a text.
    Analyze the structure of texts, including how specific sentences, paragraphs, and larger portions of the text (e.g., a section, chapter, scene, or stanza) relate to each other and the whole.
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