Like Pride and Prejudice, Emma is a novel that cleverly explores human relationships, and the infinitely varied, day-to-day choices in...

This lesson is designed to give students opportunities to get acquainted with the main characters in Pride and Prejudice in order to...

This Lesson is designed to introduce students to the characters and plot of Northanger Abbey as well as to introduce students to Austen’...

This unit is designed to introduce students to the characters and plot of Jane Austen's novel Persuasion.
It...

This unit is designed to develop students’ understanding of the importance of letters in Austen’s work and in her own life. It is based...

This unit is designed to introduce students to the characters and plot of Mansfield Park.
It provides basic information on...

This lesson is for students with a fairly advanced level of language proficiency.

Mansfield Park is Jane Austen’s third published novel and many readers and scholars think that it is her highest accomplishment.

Northanger Abbey, like Pride and Prejudice, features a range of characters who behave heroically and those who behave more villainously...

The last novel that Jane Austen had published was Persuasion.

This lesson is designed to give students opportunities to get acquainted with the real places associated with Austen and also the...

Jane Austen’s texts have a history of been adapted to other media, especially because of the skilful way in which she deals with...

When we talk to each other we reveal a great deal about how we think and how we feel about the subject at hand and the world around us...

Pride and Prejudice is now one of the most well-known literary love stories, with people encountering it either as a novel or a tv...

Like many novelists, part of what they write about relates to the wider world they see around them.

This lesson is designed to be used with students who have a fairly advanced level of language proficiency.

Rather like Austen’s most famous novel, this book’s title immediately lets us know that it’s a story about emotion and reason, ethics...

Like all characters in fiction, there are those we can think of as heroes and those we can think of as villains.

Pride and Prejudice is set in a number of rural settings. For much of her life Jane Austen lived at the family home in Chawton in...

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Like Pride and Prejudice, Emma is a novel that cleverly explores human relationships, and the infinitely varied, day-to-day choices in how...
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This lesson is designed to give students opportunities to get acquainted with the main characters in Pride and Prejudice in order to...
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This Lesson is designed to introduce students to the characters and plot of Northanger Abbey as well as to introduce students to Austen’s...
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This unit is designed to introduce students to the characters and plot of Jane Austen's novel Persuasion.It provides basic information on...
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This unit is designed to develop students’ understanding of the importance of letters in Austen’s work and in her own life. It is based on...
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This unit is designed to introduce students to the characters and plot of Mansfield Park.It provides basic information on the characters in...
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This lesson is for students with a fairly advanced level of language proficiency.
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Mansfield Park is Jane Austen’s third published novel and many readers and scholars think that it is her highest accomplishment.
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Northanger Abbey, like Pride and Prejudice, features a range of characters who behave heroically and those who behave more villainously.
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The last novel that Jane Austen had published was Persuasion.
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This lesson is designed to give students opportunities to get acquainted with the real places associated with Austen and also the fictional...
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Jane Austen’s texts have a history of been adapted to other media, especially because of the skilful way in which she deals with dialogue.
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When we talk to each other we reveal a great deal about how we think and how we feel about the subject at hand and the world around us.
0
Pride and Prejudice is now one of the most well-known literary love stories, with people encountering it either as a novel or a tv series...
0
Like many novelists, part of what they write about relates to the wider world they see around them.
0
This lesson is designed to be used with students who have a fairly advanced level of language proficiency.
0
Rather like Austen’s most famous novel, this book’s title immediately lets us know that it’s a story about emotion and reason, ethics and...
0
Like all characters in fiction, there are those we can think of as heroes and those we can think of as villains.
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Pride and Prejudice is set in a number of rural settings. For much of her life Jane Austen lived at the family home in Chawton in Hampshire...
  • Level: Upper-intermediate / B2 onwardsTime: Approx. 60 minMain aim(s):To introduce students to the basic plot of PersuasionTo engage students with the text and encourage extensive readingSubsidiary aim(s):To help students to expand their...
  • Level: Intermediate / B1 onwardsTime: Approx. 60 minutesMain aim(s):To introduce students to the plot and characters in Northanger AbbeyTo engage students with the text and encourage extensive readingSubsidiary aim(s):To help students to expand...
  • Level: Low-intermediate / A2 onwardsTime: Approx. 60 minMain aim(s):To introduce students to the basic plot of Mansfield ParkTo engage students with the text and encourage extensive readingSubsidiary aim(s):To help student to expand their...
  • Level: Upper-Intermediate / B2 onwardsTime: approx. 90 minutesMain Aim(s):To introduce students to the plot and characters in EmmaTo engage students with the text and encourage extensive readingSubsidiary aim(s):To help students improve their...
  • As in Jane Austen’s other novels her heroes are caring and thoughtful and her villains are selfish and deceitful.Northanger Abbey tells the story of Catherine Morland, a young woman who goes to Bath one summer. Through a series of events she is...
  • One of the key points of interest about this novel is that it explores the expectations of what it means to be masculine and feminine, in relation to both domestic life and public life. At the time that Jane Austen was writing the understanding was...
  • Sense and Sensibility (published in 1811) focuses on two sisters, Elinor and Marianne Dashwood. Elinor is the older sister and Marianne the younger.With their mother, Elinor and Marianne have to move from their family home, but soon find themselves...
  • Emma has often been praised for being “ the most intricate, stylish and elegant of Jane Austen’s novels.” (1) The novel is also noted for having less ‘plot’ than other Austen novels. It’s a book that is especially interesting for students of written...
  • The book is the first novel that she wrote after arriving at the Hampshire village of Chawton. The house she wrote the book in is now the Jane Austen’s House Museum. The heroine of Mansfield Park is Fanny Price. As with her other novels, Jane Austen...
  • In Pride and Prejudice, the characters have conversations with each other, about trivial and not-so-trivial matters and it might be accurate to say, also, that the book’s narrator is having a conversation with us: the readers. Austen’s novels are...
  • In celebrating Jane Austen’s contribution to literature, the nineteenth century novelist Anthony Trollope said that “she places us in a circle of gentlemen and ladies, and charms us while she tells us with an unconscious accuracy how men should act...
  • It can be used, not only with language learners, but also with Literature and Language groups at higher education level, TESOL students doing literature modules and in teacher training contexts.Most tasks are open-ended and teachers using this...
  • This unit is designed to give students opportunities to explore Pride & Prejudice from a dramatic point of view.It terms of language, it focuses on how the author uses vocabulary to convey subtle meanings. Refer to the article ‘Jane Austen and...
  • Jane Austen lived in a world that was often focused around the events and impacts of the Revolutionary and Napoleonic Wars of France. The politics of Europe were frequently in the news during the time in which Jane Austen lived but she chose not to...
  • The Heroes of Pride and PrejudiceElizabeth Bennett
  • It can be used not only with language learners but also with Literature and Language groups at higher education level, TESOL students doing literature modules and in teacher training contexts.Most tasks are open-ended and teachers using this lesson...
  • It terms of language, it focuses on descriptive language for places, mainly opinion and factual adjectives and adjectives word order.Level: Intermediate /B1 onwardsTime: approx. 55 minutesMain aims:To introduce the locations in Pride and PrejudiceTo...
  • It terms of language, it focuses on word forms, mainly nouns and adjectives, to help students develop their paraphrasing skills.Level: Low intermediate /A2 onwardsTime: approx. 55 minutesMain aims:To introduce the characters in Pride and PrejudiceTo...
  • Many iconic writers have important connections with particular places that have subsequently inspired them to recreate aspects of them in their works of fiction. Charles Dickens had London, and for Jane Austen there were several places that inspired...