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Bernardine Evaristo Oct 24
Really heartening to see that & the have initiated a new project designed to support schools to make their reading lists more inclusive.
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Siena Parker Oct 21
Opportunity for teachers to share their views on inclusive teaching + hear more about upcoming support for schools including book donations
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GrammarFlip Oct 21
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Alma Books Oct 21
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LSE Library Oct 22
Teaching or studying Virginia Woolf’s for English Literature? Check out our new resource on the novel and Woolf’s writing for interwar magazines with :
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Bethany Ayers Oct 21
Great progress as a result of the revealing and inspiring report. The curriculum has been the same for decades and desperately needs to diversify and reflect the lives and interests of the young people that it seeks to serve.
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GrammarFlip Oct 22
Shakespeare's Tragedies (Hint: Everybody Dies!)
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Teach First Oct 21
We're thrilled to work with to support teachers to develop an inclusive curriculum 📚 Last month, we released our report on why increasing racial diversity in the literature taught is vital for a fairer education:
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Alma Books Oct 21
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Book Promotion #ad Oct 23
• Stories of the American people. “A comical, adventurous, and thought-provoking piece.” “Entertaining and uncommonly well written.” -Amazon.
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Sociopathic Penguin Oct 19
Catching up on last weeks tutorials...
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Matthew Swift Oct 24
Replying to @ben_stebbings
Enjoyed Othello when I was 17
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Charley 💜 she/her 💜 Oct 17
Taking a break from moving chaos, (our new flat is so beautiful I want to cry whenever I’m in it), to do my English Lit reading for this week. Bloody interesting piece!
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Penguin Books UK Oct 21
Replying to @PenguinUKBooks
Over the next few years our programme will support brilliant teachers making change on the ground to develop an inclusive and increase student access to books by writers of colour. (3/4)
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Emma Dabiri Oct 22
Replying to @PenguinUKBooks
So I'm super excited to be working with on a programme to support brilliant teachers making change and developing a more expansive that increases student access to books by writers of colour.
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Book Promotion #ad Oct 22
• Rediscover America, “From the very poignant Wide River to the hilarious Why Men Cheat in August, every story was a jewel.”-Goodreads. “Playful and passionate.” – Amazon.
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Edisodes Oct 20
Diary reveals horror of the Charge of the Light Brigade
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English at Winstanley Oct 17
Romeo and Juliet just starting on BBC2! Great watch for lunch time
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Pearson Edexcel Oct 19
New to teaching Pearson Edexcel English Literature this year? Join our free webinar this Wednesday to discover all the support available to you and ask the team your questions:
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Karo Doodles Oct 17
I really like this book. It's mainly about an excursion down the Wolverine river, but contains beautiful Native American stories as well. I love books on Alaska!
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