A Level English – The Wife of Bath Comprehensive Teaching Pack

The Wife of Bath Comprehensive Teaching Pack for A Level

This comprehensive teaching pack ensures student engagement with a structured combination of detailed notes and ready-to-use worksheets.

Fantastic structure ensures full understanding of the text:

  1. Background Notes include Chaucer’s verse and critical reception
  2. Section-by-Section Analysis breaks text down into manageable chunks
    • Tracking Questions check understanding
    • Indicative Content enables self-marking
  3. Detailed Whole-Text Discussion of themes and imagery; contexts; and literary approaches
  4. Exam Preparation ensures students are fully prepared for the Edexcel Component 3 assessment
    • Includes practice questions; student-friendly mark scheme; sample answers and writing tips

Encompassing power play, gender relations and social status, The Wife of Bath’s Prologue and Tale contains 21st century-relevant themes set to a background of Arthurian legend and knightly quests. One of Chaucer’s most animated narrators, the Wife of Bath is a fascinating character for A Level students.

‘Very good resource- an excellent overview of the text and contextual factors and some very useful teaching resources.The material on the tale itself is great- detailed and informative. Very useful to subdivide the prologue & tale & some interesting notes on the text with contextual links e.g. comments on the roles of the other characters who interject.Study questions on the text are useful to help give students a basic understanding of the text as they read, and I am pleased that the answers are provided for teachers!’ – H Dyson, English Course Manager and Independent Reviewer

Price is £99 — Includes photocopiable master with site licence; electronic copies available. Orders are normally dispatched in 2-5 working days.
Click here for full details and to order.

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