Dickens: 'Oliver Twist' and poverty in Victorian Britain
In this session, pupils will explore excerpts from Charles Dickens’s fiction and non-fiction writing, in order to explore poverty in the Victorian era and Dickens’s life and work as a social reformer.
Fragment of the original manuscript of Oliver Twist, 1837,
AA2 © Charles Dickens Museum
GCSE English Language (9-1) Component 2: Section A - Reading: study and analyse selections from a range of non-fiction texts (including literary non-fiction)
GCSE English Language (8700), Writers' Viewpoints and Perspectives – 19th Century non-fiction
GCSE History (8145): Britain: Power and the people: c1170 to the present day – Reform and Reformers
GCSE (9–1) History B (Schools History Project) (J411): The People’s Health 1250 to Present
GCSE (9-1) English Language (J351), Component 01: Communicating information and ideas – 19th Century non-fiction
Informative and highly entertaining Dickens walk with expert Richard Jones; exploring London through Dickens’s eyes.
Onsite – 2 hours. All workshops are integrated into interactive guided tours of the historic house.
Class of up to 30 students, Off-peak £250 (Jan-Oct), Peak £290 (Nov-Dec). Please enquire for smaller groups.
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We can accommodate a maximum of 30 students per booking slot. We have the capacity to run two half day sessions onsite each day from 10:00 – 12:00 and 13:00-15:00. Please note that for the safety of your group we require a minimum adult-to-student ratio of 1:10 for each onsite booking.
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