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KS3 English: A is for Autism (1992) Explore the effectiveness of film as a means to communicate autism

KS3 English: A is for Autism (1992) Exploring autism and 'The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-time'

KS3 English: Manipulation (1991) How is a character created without dialogue?

KS3 English: Woman Motorist's 90 Miles an Hour (1925) Developing students writing to analyse, review and comment

KS3/4 English: Educating Rita 1 (1983) Comparing the play with the film

KS3/4 English: Educating Rita 2 (1983) Looking at characterisation though dialogue as well as mise-en-scene

KS3/4 English: Educating Rita 3 (1983) Dramatic devices and their influence on an audience's interpretations

KS3/4 English: Educating Rita 4 (1983) Developing a full impression of a character

KS3/4 English: Educating Rita 5 (1983) A speaking and listening activity looking at characterisation

KS3/4 English: Emma (1996) Explore Austen's take on social interaction between the upper classes

KS3/4 English: Oliver Twist (1948) Exploring audience's inferences about the narrative

KS3/4 English: Oliver Twist 2 (1948) Writing a descriptive piece from Oliver Twist's perspective

KS3/4 English: Persuasion (1995) Study Austen's presentation of 18th century social interactions

KS3/4 English: Persuasion 2 (1995) Explore Austen's presentation of characters' emotions through film

KS3/4 English: Pride and Prejudice Compare two directors' portrayals of Elizabeth's first visit to Pemberley

KS3/4 English: Pride and Prejudice 2 Compare how two different directors portray Lydia's elopement

KS3/4 English: Sense and Sensibility (1981) Comparing descriptive language with descriptive techniques in film

KS3/4 English: Mansfield Park (1983) Exploring Mrs. Norris's characterisation on the page and on screen

KS3/4 English: Songs of the Coalfields (1957) Compare and contrast two industrial folksongs to develop literacy skills

KS3/4 English: The Great White Silence (1924) Devise a marketing campaign for this epic record of Captain Scott's doomed quest

KS4 English: Great Expectations (1946) Comparing the film and novel's presentation of pathetic fallacy

KS4 English: Great Expectations 2 (1946) Exploring how Pip's imagination is brought to life on film

KS4 English: Great Expectations 3 (1946) Exploring the use of imagery to create dramatic tension

KS4 English: Great Expectations 4 (1946) Exploring Victorian class distinctions and Pip's snobbery in the film and novel

KS4 English: Great Expectations 5 (1946) Imagining subtitles and special effects using the film without sound

KS4 English: Kes (1969) Explore the relationship between text and film in this lesson on adaptation

David Lean