The murder is committed and the tension builds. The relevance of the Porter and the use of gaps in the metre for dramatic effect. See also: The Porter provides humour but he is far from funny…
An imposter's guide to effective schools
Your trusty Englit guide
Words, words, words... well said Hamlet! A little blog to go off on tangents within the worlds of history and literature that interest me. From the Tudors to Tom Hardy's Tess, or from the Wars of the Roses to Wuthering Heights, feel free to browse through my musings to pick up extra ideas and points for discussion!
by Geoffrey Sheehy
What can a middle aged English teacher possibly find to write about?
my ideas and thoughts on teaching Secondary School English
A blog for all things #TeamEnglish
Like the students I teach, I am always learning.
Preparing young people for the future with lessons from the past.
Thoughts and ideas about words, stories and what works best in the classroom and beyond
' . . . to make the best that has been thought and known in the world current everywhere . . .'
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An English teacher's musings.
There's more to life than books, you know. But not much more