Using emoticons in literature class

This year I’m very excited to be teaching English literature to a couple of classes of 16-18 year olds. For my first lesson I need to check what books they studied last year, and more importantly which ones they remember studying.

So here’s what we’ll be doing, firstly we’ll set up a WhatsApp group which will be handy for sharing work and assignments etc. Then we’ll be sharing the books we’ve read over the holidays and the ones they studied last year in class.

Here’s a couple I reread this summer, answers and your own ideas in the comments box below please!

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Check out this site to see if you recognise the first lines of some famous novels.

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About fabenglishteacher

I've been teaching English for a few years now and this blog is part of my never-ending quest to make learning English more fun, and easier for my students.
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3 Responses to Using emoticons in literature class

  1. Hana Tichá says:

    Moby-dick (or The old man and the sea)? Hamlet? 🤔 Great idea to use emoticons like this. Love it. ❤️ I read ⛰🏔🗣.

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