GCSE English Course Online: A Christmas Carol - Context and Theme

Online GCSE courses about the theme and context on 'A Christmas Carol'

Group Class Schedule


During the course, students will explore how Dickens uses the backdrop of Victorian Britain to highlight poverty. In addition, how the Christmas spirit affected Scrooge and the other characters. Throughout the course, students will explore themes such as social responsibility redemption and family. Also, how Dickens uses the techniques of imagery and the story to highlight these issues. In each lesson there will be questions and quizzes to help the student retain the knowledge of the course.

Course Details

Week 1
During this week, we will look at poverty and social responsibility in Victorian Britain.
Week 2
Following on from last week, we will take a look at charity, education and the Christmas spirit.
Week 3
This week will focus on redemption and family. Showing us what Scrooge has learnt.
Week 4
In this final week, we will delve into the techniques used to show imagery and narrative.

Schedule Your Group Session

Each course will have no more than 8 students. Each small group course is designed for a particular level and subject. This is ideal for students who would rather learn with others. Each session is £12 per session.

Please note: When you book with Sarah, you will need to create an account. Choose your course, then you will be directed to the payment screen.

Schedule Your 1:1 Session

We conduct our 1-2-1 sessions over Zoom, Google Meet, Learncube, etc. Students can book for 1-2-1 session.

Sarah O

An experienced tutor with an MSc in Forensic Psychological Studies and a BA (Hons) in Arts and Humanities (Creative Writing and English Language). I also have a level 5 diploma in teaching English as a Foreign Language.

Contact Details

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