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Discussion in 'English' started by Tiggywinkle, Apr 7, 2005.
"The Road to Wigan Pier" - Orwell - memoir
"The Road Goes Ever On" - Tolkein - verse
"Now All Roads Lead to France" - Mathew Hollis - biography of Edward Thomas
Oldest Living Confederate Widow tells All - a great big saga of a novel
- which is how, on 7th April 2005, we began.
This looks like too much of an entertaining distraction not to ressurect...even though I was in Year Ten when the thread started and now I teach them!
All's Well That Ends Well - play - William Shakespeare
"The Well at the World's End" - William Morris - fantasy
"The Family from One End Street" - Eve Garnett - children's novel
Home Thoughts from Abroad - Poem - Robert Browning
The Highway Man-by Earnerst Hemmingway
Man and Superman - play - George Bernard Shaw
"Five Ways to Kill a Man" - Edwin Brock - poem
Every Man In His Humour - Ben Jonson play
"The Man who Fell to Earth" - Walter Tevis - novel (later film).
My blog has a number of short stories and poems that can be used in lessons. As an ex English Teacher I have created some resources and can create more and lesson plans on request. Todays latest story is about Shakespeare and St George.
Please take a look and feel free to use in class, all I ask is if you like what you read let me know and share with colleagues.
The Star who fell from Grace - Song by Chegwin & Munsey (sung by Honor Blackman)
The Herb of Grace - novel by Elizabeth Goudge
"Grace Had an English Heart. The story of Grace Darling, Heroine and Victorian Superstar" - Jessica Mitford.
"Letters of an Indian Judge to an English Gentlewoman" by Dorothy Black (Anonymously)
"The Indian in the Cupboard" - Lynne Reid banks - children's novel
The Mystery of the Cupboard - Lynne Reid Banks (another one in the series)