Number one for English language teachers

Bliss: Part 1

Part 1 of this story introduces us to Bertha who is almost unable to contain her happiness and questions the social conventions that say she can’t express her happiness without appearing strange. In this lesson, the students will: talk about what makes them happy and how we express happiness; think about the historical and class context of the story; order the events in the narrative; practise the emphatic use of auxiliary verbs and explore the main character’s personality.

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  • Are the remaining 3 parts of Bliss going to be available online to subscribers?

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