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Reading Paths for Secondary

Great Woman Writers
Whilst highlighting the fact that the world of books has always been comprised of both women and men, the lovingly adapted classics in this thematic area also invite students to think about gender equality, the role of society in our personal lives and the need to embrace and accept a plurality of viewpoints.
VALUES
FEELINGS
21st CENTURY SKILLS
MEDIATION
EQUALITY AND INTEGRATION
DIGITAL AND MEDIA
SCIENTIFIC THINKING
PROJECTS
SDGs
CLASSICS
INTERCULTURALITY
LITERATURE
Level A1
THE RAILWAY CHILDREN
by Edith Nesbit

THE RAILWAY CHILDREN

by Edith Nesbit

Adapted by Jennifer Gascoigne

Recording in British English

Bobbie, Peter and Phyllis live happily in London with their parents. One day their father is taken to prison and the children move to the countryside with their mother to make a new life. There isn’t much money and the children are worried about their father. They spend a lot of time by the railway watching and waving at the trains that go to London. A nice old gentleman waves back and Bobbie has an idea. Find out in this fun story full of love and hope.

Five Children and It
by Edith Nesbit

Five Children and It

by Edith Nesbit

Adapted by Jennifer Gascoigne

One day four children find a fairy while they are playing in the sand near their house. The sand fairy is very old and ‘It’ isn’t very friendly. The children ask it to give them wishes. It agrees, but says they can have only one wish a day. The children make wishes without thinking and sometimes the consequences are not very good. Read about the children’s magical adventures with It and find out how they learn from their mistakes.

Level A1-A2
The Secret Garden
by Frances Hodgson Burnett

The Secret Garden

by Frances Hodgson Burnett

Adapted by Geraldine Sweeney

When Mary Lennox’s parents die in India, she moves to England to live in her uncle’s enormous manor. Mary is sad and lonely but one day she finds an old key to a secret garden that no one goes into and a whole new world of magic and enchantment opens up to her. Before long Mary learns to make friends for the first time. Can the garden bring back the love that is missing from her life?

Anne of Green Gables
by Lucy Maud Montgomery

Anne of Green Gables

by Lucy Maud Montgomery

Adapted by Nicole Harrick

When Matthew and Marilla decide to adopt a child to help them at their farm, Green Gables, they specifically ask for a boy. But when Matthew goes to Bright River Station to collect the child, he gets a shock What do Matthew and Marilla decide to do? Do they keep the child? This child is certainly very different.

Level A2
Anne Grows Up
by Lucy Maud Montgomery

Anne Grows Up

by Lucy Maud Montgomery

Adapted by Nicole Harrick

As Anne grows up, Matthew and Marilla become even more glad that Anne came to Green Gables. Of course Anne still makes mistakes and has a vivid imagination, but she learns from her mistakes and uses her imagination to help her in life and in her studies. Follow Anne as she grows up into a fun-loving, clever, young woman.

Uncle Tom's Cabin
by Harriet Beecher Stowe

Uncle Tom's Cabin

by Harriet Beecher Stowe

Adapted by Donatella Velluti 

Uncle Tom is a good slave but his kind master, Mr Shelby, is in debt. He must sell his farm or Tom to pay his debts. He sells Tom to a slave trader. So Tom has to leave his wife and children and the  happy community of slaves on the farm

Follow Tom on an emotional journey through the terrible reality of slavery and racial prejudice. Who will Tom meet on the way and will he manage to survive all the suffering?

Level A2-B1
Maria's Dilemma

Maria's Dilemma

When Maria discovers Harriet Beecham’s body in the river, she runs to tell the police. But first she takes something: a necklace. She knows that this is wrong, but she doesn’t realise that other people also want the necklace. And they will do anything to find it.

Wuthering Heights
by Emily Brontë

Wuthering Heights

by Emily Brontë

Adapted by Jennifer Gascoigne

Recording in British English

Heathcliff, an orphan, is raised by Mr Earnshaw with his own children, Hindley and Catherine. Hindley hates Heathcliff, but his passionate sister Catherine becomes his close friend, and they fall deeply in love. When Catherine decides to marry Edgar Linton instead of Heathcliff, Heathcliff’s terrible revenge destroys everyone’s lives. Will Heathcliff and Catherine ever find peace?

Level B1
Frankenstein

Frankenstein

Victor Frankenstein is an ambitious young student. ‘I will show the world the mystery of life!’ he declares. But he is horrified by the monster he creates. ‘Why did you play with life in this way?’ cries the monster. Rejected by society, the monster is determined to destroy his creator and all those who are dear to him.

Pride and Prejudice
by Jane Austen

Pride and Prejudice

by Jane Austen

Adapted by Elspeth Rawstron

Mrs Bennet’s main purpose is to see her five daughters married. She is very happy when a handsome rich gentleman, Mr Bingley, arrives in the neighbourhood, and falls in love with Jane. When her sister, the clever and witty Elizabeth, meets his handsome friend, Mr Darcy, she hates him. Little do Elizabeth and Mr Darcy  know that this is the beginning of a wonderful love story. Will they be able to overcome his pride and her prejudice?

Level 4 (B2)
Jane Eyre

Jane Eyre

Jane Eyre survives a loveless childhood at her aunt’s house. When she receives an education, her existence is still cold and solitary and she dreams of living a more fulfilling life. Then she finds work as a governess and meets the enigmatic Mr Rochester. Has Jane at last met someone who can give her love and treat her as an equal? Or will Mr Rochester’s mysterious past come back to darken their love?

Sense and Sensibility

Sense and Sensibility

This is the story of two sisters: one with good sense and the other with romantic sensibility. Together with their mother, they must make a life for themselves after the death of their father. They are obliged to leave their home and have very little money to live on. Marriage offers the best prospect of security, but the Dashwood sisters have very different ideas on love and marriage.

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