teaching outlines for Son’s Veto and Her first ball: Cambridge IGCSE lit

Son’s veto teching notesHer first ball notes

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3 responses to “teaching outlines for Son’s Veto and Her first ball: Cambridge IGCSE lit

  1. William Henderson

    Hi Jonathan peel!
    I was quite taken aback by your fine blog! I teache English at St Patrcik’s High School, Karachi, Pakistan to adolescents over the 14-16+ agregroup, preparing them for the GCE Olevel Enlish papers…..We too are starting the new Eng Lit course in Grade 10. Teaching Hardy/ the Victorian short story genre to non speakers of English is quite trying but i like you enjopy the challenge..I myself do not have any blog set up, but u r quite inspiring…there a re a few teachers this side of the um…”sea” that have started their own blogs. I find Ms Najia Nazir’s blog quite helpful and inspiring too! Do check it out! http://nijheer.wordpress.com/about/
    I was so grateful to find ure note on Hardy’s ‘The Son’s Veto’, and was wondering if i could use the general gist of it to help me and the students out..Kudos again for the fine work! I sure wish i could converse more often with you! All the best! Willie h..It would make my semester if ud dropm me an email if n whenever u can..All the best!

    • The whole point is for people to use this material as long as you are aware that the ideas are my own and do not confer any guarantee of approval by exam board markers!

      Good luck,

      Jonathan

  2. of course like your website but you need to check the spelling on several of your posts. Several of them are rife with spelling problems and I find it very troublesome to inform the truth then again I’ll definitely come back again.

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