Rather than offering a chapter-by-chapter approach, Studying Wuthering Heights assists students in thinking about the novel in the context of a wider understanding of narrative. It encourages a close focus on key aspects of form, structure and language, balanced by an awareness of the contexts of writing and reception, and critical interpretations over time.
Contextual and critical material helps students articulate and develop their own interpretation of the text. Many of the activities model the use of evidence in supporting an argument, or reading the text. Quotation and context cards help students use evidence, test their knowledge and revise the text for exams.Resource type: A4, wirobound photocopiable resource