'The Hand that Feeds Me' is a story by the American born writer Michael Z. Lewin, who lives in Bath in England. The narrator has a different view of the city from most people. This kit was written by a group of teachers from Italy, Spain and Portugal who attended the NILE (Norwich Institute for Language Education) course in Norwich in August 2008.
How to use this BritLit kit
There are several activities to use with the text, as well as a complete answer key. For more details see the The Hand that Feeds Me introduction. You can print off the complete story and also download a recording of it, by the author, from the Attachment box below. To download pdf files and audio, right click on the file and save to your computer.
Listen to the audio:
|The Hand that Feeds Me introduction||26.9 KB|
|The Hand that Feeds Me pre-reading task||224.07 KB|
|The Hand that Feeds Me text||25.31 KB|
|The Hand that Feeds Me after-reading tasks||47.27 KB|
|The Hand that Feeds Me word work||452.68 KB|
|The Hand that Feeds Me pictures||244.61 KB|
|The Hand that Feeds Me key||309.08 KB|
|The Hand that Feeds Me audio||10.53 MB|
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