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Sherlock: The Norwood Builder: Chapter 2

Level: Intermediate, Upper intermediate Type: General lesson plan

In Chapter 2, Inspector Lestrade arrests McFarlane in Holmes’s apartment, but Holmes asks the inspector to let McFarlane speak before they take him away. Lestrade gives him just half an hour to tell his side of the story.

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Readers' comments (3)

  • Hi Fiona,
    Great to hear that you and your students are enjoying the series. I enjoyed writing it. How is it that Sherlock Holmes continues to chime with so many people?
    I'm a few years behind, I know, but I've just been watching the UK TV series with Benedict Cumberbatch - so entertaining!

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  • Hi Fiona,

    What an absolutely lovely thing to say, thank you! I will pass on the feedback to the author Daniel Barber also :-)

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  • wanted to rate this 5 stars at least but couldn't for some reason! Am thoroughly enjoying myself teaching these lessons, never mind the class! They are lapping it up and I have to heartily congratulate you on making such brilliant, valuable lesson planning. My seventh graders here in Germany are loving these lessons. Huge thanks!

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