Brontës in Context brings together a number of resources designed to provide a flexible teaching and learning experience for students and teachers.

The documentary is supported by worksheets on each chapter. The worksheets are structured to encourage students to get the most out of the documentary material and encourage independent study through suggestions for extension activities.

There are two versions of each worksheet: one that can be edited by teaching staff so that questions can be added to suit the needs of the students. The second is in pdf form and can be printed for immediate use.

Activities for students studying the Brontës can also be found on the independent study and further reading sections of this website.

How to cite us using Harvard Referencing

Referencing list:

Brontes in Context 2014, DVD recording,
Train Of Thought Productions, UK

In text citation:

Dr Marie Mulvey-Roberts suggests that Jane Eyre can be seen as a retelling of the Bluebeard folk tale (Brontes In Context, 2014)

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