Cognitive Grammar in the Classroom

Cognitive Grammar in the classroom

Dr Marcello Giovanelli and Dr Chloe Harrison explain how cognitive grammar workshops developed into a pack of tried-and-tested resources. Style and interpretation Stylistics is the study of language patterns in text, and of the meaningful relationship between linguistic choice and literary interpretation. In this collection of classroom resources, we present a particular stylistic ‘tool’, Cognitive […]

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Pathways through English

Welcome back! To get 2018 off to the best start and help you discover our comprehensive support for English Language and English Literature across all key stages, we’ve created this interactive guide. Click on the information icon to find out more about the specific resources.

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Studying Shakespeare

‘Boldness be my friend’ Cymbeline Recently I was asked to undertake some work with students who were studying Shakespeare for a Literature essay. I asked for a copy of their key scenes and was handed a wad of photocopies. This  took me straight back to my early teaching career in the 1990s. I’m all for […]

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