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Famous Writer,Charles Dickens! A Webquest!


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When you think of Christmas, probably,the book which has been made into the most movie and television specials is,"A Christmas Carol".Written by British writer, Charles Dickens,he is considered one of the most famous writers of all times.Learn about Charles Dickens with this informative webquest.


Two quotes of Charles Dickens:
A day wasted on others is not wasted on one's self.

An idea, like a ghost, must be spoken to a little before it will explain itself.
What do you think these quotes mean?



Webquest:

1. As a young boy, Charles Dickens loved to read and possibly used books to escape a difficult childhood. In addition to Robinson Crusoe,what were two of his favorite books?_________________________How did Dickens use his love of acting in his writing?___________________________What novel was not completed at the time of his death?____________________Find the answers at this link:

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Interestingly, Charles Dickens wanted to be an actor. A very bad cold prevented him from getting his first acting job! What was the pen name which Dickens used for his early work?____________ With the publication of his book, A Christmas Carol, 1843, people began wishing each other a "Merry Christmas" and sending Christmas cards became popular! Which book did Dickens NOT finish before his death?______________Where is Charles Dickens buried? _________ To whom was Dickens a sympathizer according to his tombstone?___________________________ Find the answers at this link: "DickensOnline

3. How did Mary Weller, a woman hired to care of the young Dickens,influence him as a child?___________________________His parents could only send one of their children on to higher education. Which child did they select?_______________While working at a factory, Dickens met a man whose name he used in one of his books. What was the person's name?_____________________Find the answers at this link:
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  • Note: Although I have checked the websites for student appropriateness, you should also review the sites before doing the website with your students.

  • If you'd like the complete Charles Dicken's Webquest,which includes 8 informative text webquestions and several links/extension activities, go to my TpT Store:Charles Dickens Webquest






    Part of my Ms. Bie Ografee Talk Show Series, students will be introduced to the life of Charles Dickens, one of the most famous writers of all time. There are 11 questioners in the play as well as a Did You Know? section of fun facts, comprehension questions and a teacher page with extension activities, additional links and the key: Charles Dickens, A Reader's Theater Script