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A Christmas Carol - The Miners and the Lighthouse Teaching Resources

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A Christmas Carol - The Miners and the Lighthouse  

This GCSE lesson encourages learners to explore the passage immediately proceeding Scrooge’s departure from the Cratchit household. Learners will read from, ‘By this time, it was getting dark’, down to ‘…that same nephew with approving affability’. 

The Do Now task encourages revision of the main ideas surrounding the character of Tiny Tim.

Then, after reading the passage highlighted above, learners will complete a worksheet that encourages them to think about what Scrooge learns on this part of his journey with the Ghost. The main focus is on the miners and the lighthouse and the representation of Christmas. 

The lesson culminates in a short review which poses the question, ‘How is the passage we have read important in terms of Scrooge’s character development?’

Suggested answers are included for all tasks. 

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