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Examination: English Language & Literature
Specification: GCSE 9-1 Set Text covered: The Sign of Four by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle
Type: Set Text: Annotation Edition
“This version of the text [Annotation Edition Texts: A Christmas Carol: Annotation Edition] is vastly superior to a simple copy of the book, double spacing and wide margins allow for the text to be annotated in detail without losing the original text, often impossible to do with other versions.” Lisa Ward, English Teacher
“Very easy to use, accessible for a lot of learners who have previously struggled. The spacing of the text was a feature that students particularly liked and the clear annotation.” Nicola O’Donnell, English Teacher [regarding Annotation Edition Texts: Macbeth: Annotation Edition]
This annotation edition featuring Conan Doyle’s famous detective is perfect for students and Sherlock enthusiasts alike. Scholastic Annotation Editions come with extra-wide margins and double-spaced lines, they are perfect for your annotations.
Large spaces between lines and large outer margins, perfect for highlighting and note-taking.
Pages for note-taking in every book.
A large, easy to read font and left-justified text for children who struggle to access the printed word.
Top tips on effective annotation from English teacher and revision guide author, Cindy Torn.
“How often have I said to you that when you have eliminated the impossible, whatever remains, however improbable, must be the truth?”
When Sherlock Holmes is visited by a distressed young woman one dark and foggy night, he listens intently as she tells him about the disappearance of her father ten years before and how, four years after his death, she began to receive a large and beautiful pearl once a year every year. Now she has a letter from the person who sent her the pearls: they wish to meet her. So begins a mysterious adventure involving Holmes, his faithful sidekick Dr Watson, and the young woman, Mary Marston. Written by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, this was the second novel to feature the world-class detective, Sherlock Holmes, and the first to introduce the character of Miss Marston.
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4235 in Education Catalogue 2023–24
January 4th, 2024