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ClassworkThursday 11th MayA Christmas Carol: RevisionENTRY TASKMind-map any quotations you can recall from AChristmas Carol. Try and give a quote for eachcharacter and each theme.

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Essay Plan: Scrooge1. Beginning of novella: he is a lonely, heartlessman.2. Marley’s Ghost is a symbol of Scrooge’s fate.3. The three ghosts take Scrooge on histransformative journey.4. End of novella: he is changed and reformed.

Essay Plan: Jacob Marley1. Scrooge’s old business partner andfriend2. Representation of Scrooge’s fate /warning.3. Introduces the three ghosts and startsScrooge’s transformation4. Scrooge does NOT end up like Marley

Essay Plan: The Ghost ofChristmas Past1. Appears following Marley’s Ghost’s warning (asymbol of Scrooge could become).2. The ghost is a representation of truth/past.3. Contributes to change: shows Scrooge his past(old village, Christmas at his old school, Faninforming him he can come home, his old bossFezziwig, break up from Belle, Belle’s big family)

Essay Plan: The Ghost ofChristmas Present1. Appears following Marley’s Ghost’s warning.2. The ghost is a representation of the joys of Christmas.3. Contributes to change: shows Scrooge differentChristmases (the busy city during Christmas; TheCratchits’ meager Christmas; Tiny Tim’s illness; Fred andfamily enjoying games)4. Key Dickensian message: ‘Ignorance’ and ‘Want’ are asymbol of the cycle of poverty and the need to educatethe poor.Key term: ALLEGORY

Essay Plan: The Ghost ofChristmas Yet to Come1. Appears following Marley’s Ghost’s warning.2. The ghost is a representation of death.3. Shows Scrooge his fate if he does not change(people discussing his death and not caring;Scrooge’s belongings being stolen; The Cratchitfamily mourning Tiny Tim’s death; Scrooge’sgrave)4. Scrooge changes his ways.

Essay Plan: BobCratchit1. He is loyal and accepting of Scrooge’s ways.2. He is the head of a very poor, but happy family.3. A good father to Tiny Tim – the symbol ofpoverty.4. His family benefit from Scrooge’stransformation.Key term:ALLEGORY

Essay Plan: Tiny Tim1. Scrooge is ignorant of Tiny Tim’s illness.2. Tiny Tim, the son of Bob Cratchit, isjoyful and happy.3. Tiny Tim represents the brutal effects ofpoverty.4. Children are used by Dickens for emotiveand allegorical purposes.Key term:ALLEGORY

Essay Plan: Fred1. Fred is persistent and holds family in highregard.2. Fred’s relationship with Scrooge should bestronger, considering his mother, Fan.3. Fred is the opposite of Scrooge (gives to charityand loves Christmas).4. He is forgiving as he accepts the reformedScrooge to Christmas dinner.


Essay Plan: Transformation/change1. Beginning of novella: he is a lonely, heartlessman.2. Marley’s Ghost is a symbol of Scrooge’s fate.3. The three ghosts take Scrooge on histransformative journey.4. End of novella: he is changed and reformed.

Essay Plan:Poverty/charity/wealth1. Scrooge represents the rich who do not give tocharity.2. Fred is the antithesis to Scrooge and representsDickens’ wider allegory.3. Children are used as symbols (Tiny Tim effects ofpoverty; Ignorance/Want the cycle of poverty).4. Scrooge’s transformation highlights how change cansave lives.

Essay Plan:Family1. Scrooge’s negative relationship with his father maybe a contributing factor to his attitude.2. Scrooge is exposed to the family he could have had ifhe hadn’t become selfish and money orientated.3. Bob Cratchit’s family represent a strong family,despite their place in poverty.4. Scrooge’s transformation provides him with areformed sense of family.

Essay Plan:Christmas1.The setting of Christmas is deliberate as it is renowned to be filledwith family and GIVING (charity!).2.Marley died on Christmas day – paralleling Scrooge’s ‘later’death (Yet to Come). Warning for Scrooge.3.Past: reveals that Scrooge’s past Christmases may contribute tohis negative attitude.4.Present: reminds Scrooge of the importance of family andselflessness.5.Scrooge’s transformation provides him with a reformed outlookon Christmas family, giving, charity.

Essay Plan: The Ghost of Christmas Past 1. Appears following Marley’s Ghost’s warning (a symbol of Scrooge could become). 2. The ghost is a representation of truth/past. 3. Contributes to change: shows Scrooge his past (old village, Christmas at his old school,

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