Pride and Prejudice in Context: Regency Era Mini-Posters

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Help students understand the context of Pride and Prejudice with this fun classroom-tested, no-prep mini-project.

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This project gives students a chance to work on their research and speaking skills before diving into literary analysis. The posters make a great classroom display and the two-minute presentations are just quick enough to be fun and interesting.

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Pride and Prejudice in Context: Regency Era Mini-Posters
Pride and Prejudice in Context: Regency Era Mini-Posters
Pride and Prejudice in Context: Regency Era Mini-Posters
Pride and Prejudice in Context: Regency Era Mini-Posters