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Perfect for pupils aged 11+, this play edition of Dicken's classic tale uses John Mortimer's much-loved dramatisation first produced by the RSC in 1994. It features an extensive section of classroom activities created by leading national experts in using Drama within English, Paul Bunyan and Ruth Moore. The scheme of work reflects all the latest requirements for KS3 and the new English GCSEs and is designed to raise standards in English and enable pupils to develop analytical thinking, independent learning and transferable skills.
Dickens' tale of cold-hearted Ebenezer Scrooge has delighted generations of readers. This edition of the National Curriculum recommended author's work provides an engaging, active approach to studying the Literary Heritage and developing a range of reading, writing and speaking skills. Combining Mortimer's acclaimed adaptation with expertly written activities, this is the perfect edition for classroom use.
This innovative holiday outing the kick-off to a series integrates the complete text of Charles Dickens's Christmas classic with integrated seasonal recipes sampled from Giada de Laurentiis, Ina Garten, Martha Stewart, and Trisha Yearwood. Chapters or "staves," as Dickens called them feature recipes in different food categories: hors d'oeuvres and starters, entr es, side dishes, and desserts. The traditional dishes, which are moderately difficult to execute, include stuffed mushrooms, roasted turkey breast, candied carrots, and cran-apple crisp. Culinary and textile designers Cherry and Hernando include photographs of objects crafted from food, which correlate to moments in Dickens's tale; Marley's face (as it appears on Scrooge's doorknob) is rendered in what resembles mashed potatoes, while Scrooge's grave is crafted from a crackerlike headstone, fallen snow that looks like feta cheese, and sprigs of rosemary for grass. Ornaments and other food-made decorative objects embellish the pages. A rich amalgam of culinary arts and classic literature. Also available: Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice. Ages 10 up.