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Teaching support and resources
With an increased focus on 19th-century fiction and non-fiction at KS3 and GCSE, there is now a wide range of challenging texts, authors and contexts for your students to get to grips with.
You will find all of our available resources and support for teaching 19th-century fiction and non-fiction here.
New titles: Fiction to 14 and Non-Fiction to 14. Skills-building through a diverse range of 19th-, 20th- and 21st-Century texts.
Browse our wide-range of titles, including Treasure Island, The Sign of Four and 19th-Century Short Stories.
Save time planning lessons, with these free, editable lesson plans and teaching ideas
This innovative dictionary provides students with an understanding of unfamiliar and difficult vocabulary, and insights into the wider context of the texts they are studying.
Set texts with "flexible yet sturdy covers ensuring lightness and readability"
Study guides packed with information and activities that deepen students' understanding of their set texts.
Write-in, full colour workbooks offering a practical and active way for students to revise for their examinations.
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